- Language: English
- 300 Pages
- Published: October 2008
- Region: Global
- Published: October 1987
- Region: Global
- 640 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This is the first truly comprehensive review of the latest developments in the pursuit of superalloys since the publication, 15 years ago, of Superalloys, which quickly became the standard work in the field. The editors of this volume define superalloys as those alloys based on Group VIIIA-base elements developed for elevated temperature service (some of which operate at nearly 90% of their absolute melting temperature), which also demonstrate combined mechanical strength and surface stability. Topics covered include gas turbine design and superalloys, cobalt-base alloys, nickel-iron alloys, prediction of phase composition, high-temperature oxidation, wrought alloys, powder metallurgy, joining, alternative materials, and the future of superalloys. Contains appendixes of phase diagrams, superalloy data, and registered trademarks.
Superalloys: Genesis and Character (C. Sims).
Gas Turbine Design and Superalloys (H. Miller and L. Chambers).
Fundamentals of Strengthening (N. Stoloff).
Nickel-base Alloys (E. Ross and C. Sims).
Cobalt-base Alloys (A. Beltran).
Nickel-iron Alloys (E. Brown and D. Muzyka).
Directionally Solidified Superalloys (D. Duhl).
Prediction of Phase Composition (C. Sims).
Mechanical Behavior (S. Floreen).
Fatigue (R. Miner).
High-temperature Oxidation (J. Smialek and G. Meier).
Hot Corrosion (F. Pettit and C. Giggins).
Protective Coatings (J. Wood and E. Goldman).
Melting and Refining (L. Lherbier).
Investment Casting (W. Freeman, Jr.).
Wrought Alloys (W. Couts, Jr.
and T. Howson).
Powder Metallurgy (S. Reichman and D. Chang).
Joining (W. Yeniscavich).
Alternative Materials (N. Stoloff and C. Sims).
Future of Superalloys (G. Hoppin III and W. Danesi).
Chester T. Sims Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Norman S. Stoloff Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
William C. Hagel Arbormet, Ltd., Ann Arbor, Michigan.