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US20130133793 NICKEL-BASE ALLOY HEAT TREATMENTS, NICKEL-BASE ALLOYS, AND ARTICLES INCLUDING NICKEL-BASE ALLOYS  
A method for heat treating a 718-type nickel-base comprises heating a 718-type nickel-base alloy to a heat treating temperature, and holding the alloy at the heat treating temperature for a heat...
US20120037280 METHOD FOR PRODUCING A PART MADE FROM A SUPERALLOY BASED ON NICKEL AND CORRESPONDING PART  
A method for manufacturing a blank part in Ni-base superalloy, wherein an alloy is prepared and heat treatments are conducted characterized in that: the said superalloy contains at least a total...
US20090107592 Heat treatment of alloys having elements for improving grain boundary strength  
Heat treatment of alloys having elements for improving grain boundary strength Components directly after castings often reveal a low or no transverse grain boundary strength, so that cracks do...
US20130014862 Ni-BASE DUAL MULTI-PHASE INTERMETALLIC COMPOUND ALLOY CONTAINING Ti AND C, AND MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR SAME  
The present invention provides an Ni-base dual multi-phase intermetallic compound alloy which has a dual multi-phase microstructure including: a primary precipitate L12 phase and an (L12+D022)...
US20140352853 Age-Hardening Process Featuring Anomalous Aging Time  
This document describes a process/strategy for age hardening nickel based alloys to create desirable properties with reduced energy expenditure. The inventive process introduces isolated atom...
US20120012234 Age-Hardening Process Featuring Anomalous Aging Time  
This document describes a process/strategy for age hardening nickel based alloys to create desirable properties with reduced energy expenditure. The inventive process introduces isolated atom...
US20070044874 System and method for thermal forming with active cooling and parts formed thereby  
A method for thermal forming includes determining a process window for initiating cooling, locally heating at least one region on a specimen to achieve a pre-selected geometry deformation,...
US20070272332 Nickel alloy for repairs  
A nickel base repair alloy comprises a blend of about 40 to 60 wt % of a first nickel based braze alloy containing boron, about 15 to 35 wt % of a first nickel based filler material, and the...
US20130284326 NICKEL-TITANIUM-RARE EARTH ALLOY AND METHOD OF PROCESSING THE ALLOY  
A nickel-titanium-rare earth (Ni—Ti-RE) alloy comprises nickel at a concentration of from about 35 at. % to about 65 at. %, a rare earth element at a concentration of from about 1.5 at. % to about...
US20090148770 Hydrogen Absorbing Alloy, Production Method Thereof, and Secondary Battery  
The present invention provides a hydrogen absorbing alloy containing a phase of a Gd2CO7 type crystal structure, wherein the phase exists at a ratio of 10 weight % or higher in the entire hydrogen...
US20110061394 METHOD OF HEAT TREATING A NI-BASED SUPERALLOY ARTICLE AND ARTICLE MADE THEREBY  
A method of heat treating an Ni-base superalloy article is disclosed. The method includes hot-working an article comprising an NiCrMoNbTi superalloy comprising, in weight percent, at least about...
US20090044884 Treatment Process for Bars  
Treatment process for stainless steel bars, in particular a solution quenching, to be performed directly in-line downstream of the rolling mill which makes it possible to obtain a material devoid...
US20060081315 Method for producing Ni based alloy and forging die  
A solution treatment is firstly performed for a non-heat-treated Ni based alloy having a composition equivalent to that of Inconel 718 (registered trademark). Subsequently, a primary aging...
US20110272070 NICKEL-CHROMIUM-ALLOY  
A nickel chromium alloy with 0.4 to 0.6% carbon, 28 to 33% chromium, 15 to 25% iron, 2 to 6% aluminum, up to 2% silicon, up to 2% manganese, up to 1.5% niobium, up to 1.5% tantalum, up to 1.0%...
US20120118445 Dental and Medical Instruments Comprising Titanium  
Endodontic instruments for use in performing root canal therapy on a tooth are disclosed. In one form, the instruments include an elongate shank having a cutting edge extending from a distal end...
US20110120601 Dental and Medical Instruments Comprising Titanium  
Endodontic instruments for use in performing root canal therapy on a tooth are disclosed. In one form, the instruments include an elongate shank having a cutting edge extending from a distal end...
US20100080729 Nickel-base alloy for gas turbine applications  
A nickel-based alloy suitable for casting gas turbine components having a lower density and basic heat treating process while achieving improved strength is disclosed. Multiple embodiments of the...
US20050067069 Component repair materials  
A composition comprising Ni and the following additional components: (i) Co in an amount in the range from about 4.5 to about 11%; (ii) Cr in an amount in the range from about 7 to about 12%;...
US20080121319 High Hardness, High Corrosion Resistance and High Wear Resistance Alloy  
There are provided a high hardness, high corrosion resistance and high wear resistance alloy, wherein the alloy is an aging heat treated Cr(chromium)-Al(aluminum)-Ni(nickel)-base alloy, the...
US20140027498 TOOL AND METHOD FOR FRICTION STIR PROCESSING USING THE FRICTION STIR PROCESSING TOOL  
A friction stir processing tool is formed from a Ni-based dual multi-phase intermetallic compound alloy containing rhenium(Re). The Ni-based dual multi-phase intermetallic compound alloy is...
US20140154093 METHOD OF HEAT TREATING A SUPERALLOY ARTICLE AND ARTICLE MADE THEREBY  
A method of heat treating a superalloy article is disclosed. The method includes hot-working an article comprising an superalloy to produce a hot-worked microstructure throughout the article;...
US20100243111 NI-BASE ALLOY AND METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME  
Disclosed are a high-strength Ni-base alloy, a method of producing the Ni-base alloy, and a method of recovering a member made of a degraded Ni-base alloy. It contains not more than 0.1 wt % C,...
US20060037680 Nickel alloy sputtering target  
A nickel alloy sputtering target containing 0.5 to 10 at % of tantalum in nickel, in which inevitable impurities excluding gas components are 100 wtppm or less. Provided is a nickel alloy...
US20080245449 Hardening of Metal Alloys  
A method of rendering an alloy with increased hardness is provided, the method including the steps of heat treating the alloy until the formation of at least one ordered region in the alloy. An...
US20110308674 METHOD, ALLOY AND COMPONENT  
A method for heat treating a nickel base alloy includes the steps of: a. heating a nickel base alloy to at least its delta (δ) phase solvus temperature, and lower than its incipient melting...
US20080142126 GRADED METALLIC STRUCTURES AND METHOD OF FORMING; AND RELATED ARTICLES  
A metallic structure having a graded microstructure is provided. The metallic structure comprises a graded region comprising a plurality of grains having a gradient in grain size varying as a...
US20080145691 ARTICLES HAVING A CONTINUOUS GRAIN SIZE RADIAL GRADIENT AND METHODS FOR MAKING THE SAME  
An article is presented where the article comprises an alloy having a minor phase dispersed within a matrix phase and a plurality of substantially equiaxed grains. The article further comprises a...
US20100012235 Pt METAL MODIFIED y-Ni + y'-Ni3Al ALLOY COMPOSITIONS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE DEGRADATION RESISTANT STRUCTURAL ALLOYS  
An alloy comprising 5 at % ≦Al<16 at %, about 0.05 at % to 1 at % of a reactive element selected from the group consisting of Hf, Y, La, Ce, Zr, and combinations thereof, and Ni, wherein the alloy...
US20110036471 NiCrMoNb ALLOY WITH IMPROVED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES  
A component made of an alloy including carbon at less than approximately 0.04 weight percent, manganese at about 0.0 to about 0.2 weight percent, silicon at about 0.0 to about 0.25 weight percent,...
US20130308884 HEAT-RESISTANT BEARING FORMED OF Ta OR A1-ADDED Ni3(Si, Ti)-BASED INTERMETALLIC COMPOUND ALLOY AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME  
The present invention provides a heat-resistant bearing characterized in that it is formed of an Ni3(Si,Ti)-based intermetallic compound alloy, the Ni3(Si,Ti)-based intermetallic compound alloy...
US20120255657 METHOD OF IMPROVING THE PROPERTIES OF A COMPONENT OF A MEDICAL DEVICE COMPRISING A NICKEL-TITANIUM-CHROMIUM ALLOY  
A method of improving the properties of a component of a medical device entails constraining the component, which comprises about 45-55 at. % Ni, about 45-55 at. % Ti, and about 0.3 at. % Cr, into...
US20050236079 Method for producing low thermal expansion Ni-base superalloy  
The present invention provides a method for producing a low thermal expansion Ni-base superalloy, which includes: preparing an alloy including, by weight %, C: 0.15% or less, Si: 1% or less, Mn:...
US20080105341 HEAT TREATMENT OF INLAID PRESSURE VESSELS  
A process to manufacture an oilfield component comprises selectively reinforcing a base material with an age-hardenable clad material and selectively heating at least a portion of the clad...
US20090314393 HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE AIRFOIL RECOVERY DEVICE AND METHOD OF HEAT TREATMENT  
Provided is a method for heat treating a precipitation-hardened article having a thick section and a thin section so that the thin section can be solution annealed while the metallurgical...
US20100163142 OSCILLATING HEAT TREATMENT METHOD FOR A SUPERALLOY  
Superalloy solidified in a directional manner often cannot be subjected to heat treatment because the heat treatment leads to recrystallization. As a result of the temperature profile during a...
US20060144477 Method for the production of a part having improved weldability and/or mechanical processability from an alloy  
Alloys known in prior art cannot be processed well enough for producing a part. According to the inventive method, the part is subjected to a thermal treatment in an intermediate step, which...
US20060042729 Heat treatment of superalloy components  
An improved method of heat treating superalloys prior to welding includes subjecting only the portion of the component to be repaired to a localized heat treatment, leaving the remainder of the...
US20090120543 Ni3A1-Based Intermetallic Compound With Dual Multi-Phase Microstructre, Production Method Thereof, and Heat Resistant Structural Material  
An Ni3Al-based intermetallic compound of the present invention comprises greater than 5 at % and not greater than 13 at % of Al, not less than 9.5 at % and less than 17.5 at % of V, not less than...
US20090308507 Ni-BASED COMPOUND SUPERALLOY HAVING EXCELLENT OXIDATION RESISTANCE, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME, AND HEAT-RESISTANT STRUCTURAL MATERIAL  
The present invention is characterized in including Al: more than 5 at % to 13 at % or less; V: 3 at % or more to 9.5 at % or less; and Ti: 0 at % or more to 3.5 at % or less, with the remainder...
US20080175745 Ni3Ai-Based Intermetallic Compound With Dual Multi-Phase Microstructure, Production Method Thereof, and Heat Resistant Structural Material  
An intermetallic compound having excellent mechanical properties at high temperatures is provided. An intermetallic compound of the present invention contains greater than 5 at % and not greater...
US20080112814 METHOD FOR THE HEAT TREATMENT OF NICKEL-BASED SUPERALLOYS  
A heat treatment method for a nickel-based superalloy, in particular for the production of single-crystal components or directionally solidified components having a chemical composition permits...
US20090071580 Method of heat treating a superalloy component and an alloy component  
A method of heat treating a superalloy component comprises solution heat treating the component at a temperature below the gamma prime solvus temperature to produce a fine grain structure in the...
US20140238559 PRE-WELD HEAT TREATMENT FOR A NICKEL BASED SUPERALLOY  
A pre-weld heat treatment of the nickel based superalloy including heating a nickel based superalloy (e.g., IN939) casting to 2120° F. at a rate of 2° F. per minute, and then soaking the casing...
US20100116383 METHOD OF HEAT TREATMENT FOR DESENSITIZING A NIKEL-BASED ALLOY RELATIVE TO ENVIRONMENTALLY-ASSISTED CRAKING, IN PARTICULAR FOR A NUCLEAR FOR A NUCLEAR REACTOR FUEL ASSEMBLY AND FOR A NUCLEAR REACTOR, AND A PART MADE OF THE ALLOY AND SUBJECTED TO THE TREATMENT  
A heat treatment method for desensitizing a nickel-based alloy with respect to environmentally-assisted cracking, the alloy having the following composition in percentages by weight: C≦0.10%;...
US20090308508 Heat Treatment Method of a Ni-Based Superalloy for Wave-Type Grain Boundary and a Ni-Based Superalloy Produced Accordingly  
The present invention suggests a method of heat treatment of a Ni-based superalloy that improves resistance against creep, fatigue and stress corrosion cracking while being economical and easy,...
US20090014101 INJECTION MOLDING METHODS FOR MANUFACTURING COMPONENTS CAPABLE OF TRANSPORTING LIQUIDS  
Methods for manufacturing components capable of transporting a liquid including providing a mold, placing at least one core made from a core material into the mold, injecting a component material...
US20130167979 METHOD OF PREDICTING QUENCH CRACKING IN COMPONENTS FORMED BY HIGH DEFORMATION PROCESSES  
A process for heat treating a component formed of an alloy. The process includes manipulating uniaxial strain test data of the alloy using a triaxiality factor to determine an equivalent...
US20060144485 Metal structure and method for production thereof  
A metal structure according to the present invention is unlikely to become brittle and has excellent hardness and creep resistance, characterized in that annealing has been applied at a...
US20060090822 Arrangement for providing heat to a portion of a component  
An arrangement 10 for providing thermal energy to a portion 16 of a component 14 of a gas turbine engine while the component 14 is forming, wherein the component 14 is substantially elongate in a...
US20160145730 PRODUCTION METHOD FOR ALLOY 690 ORDERED ALLOY OF IMPROVED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY, AND ALLOY 690 ORDERED ALLOY PRODUCED THEREBY  
The present invention relates to ordered Alloy 690 with improved thermal conductivity. By maintaining Alloy 690 in a temperature range of 350-570° C. for a proper amount of time, the atomic...

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