Comparison of crystal structures of 10 wrought heat resisting alloys at elevated temperatures with their crystal structures at room temperatures

J. Howard Kittel
Nov 1947

An investigation was made to compare the crystal structure of the predominant phase at temperatures of 1200, 1500, and 1800 degrees F in 10 wrought heat-resisting alloys with the crystal structure observed in the alloys at room temperatures. The following alloys were investigated: S-816, S-590, Hastelloy B, 19-9 W-Mo, N-155, 16-25-6, K-42-B, Inconal X, Nimonic 80, and type 347 stainless steel.

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