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

J. Howard Kittel
naca-tn-1488
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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