Heat Treatment of Aluminum Bronzes:I. Alpha Single Phase Aluminium Bronze (up to 10% Al):These alloys can be strengthened only by cold working, and can be made soft by recrystallisation annealing at 425°C to 760°C. The non-age hardenable single phase alpha can be made age-hardenable by adding cobalt, titanium and nickel. The following table gives properties of two such alloys:II. Two-Phase Alloys: Heat Treatment of Nickel Aluminum Bronze Alloys - National Nov 19, 2019 · In this alloy heat treatment is used to give this cast alloy similar mechanical properties to the extruded version. This alloy is also quench hardened and temper annealed. Heat treatment can be a useful technique used to both relieve stress and improve
Nickel alloys and machinability Nickel alloys are used primarily in appli-cations involving electrical properties or requiring good corrosion resistance or high strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures. A great many alloys exist to meet these demanding Table I Nickel alloys grouped according to machining characteristics. Nickel and Nickel Alloys Self-Study Course - ASM InternationalHeat Treating:examines various heat treatments used to enhance mechanical properties; reduce stress; improve microstructure; Machining:unique aspects of machining nickel alloys; recommended parameters for machining trials; Welding:basic welding processes and techniques, with guidelines for joint design; heat treating; recommended filler metals Nickel-base alloys and methods of heat treating nickel
- Background of The InventionBrief Summary of The InventionBrief Description of The Several Views of The DrawingDetailed Description of The InventionExample 1Example 2Example 3Example 4Example 5Certain embodiments of the present invention are directed toward methods of heat treating nickel-base alloys. For example, according to one non-limiting embodiment there is provided a method of heat treating a nickel-base alloy comprising pre-solution treating the nickel-base alloy wherein an amount of at least one grain boundary precipitate selected from the group consisting of -phase precipitates and -phase precipitates is formed within the nickel-base alloy, the at least one grain Heat TreatmentAlthough more stable than other nickel-molybdenum alloys (particularly its predecessor, B-2® alloy), it is still prone to significant, deleterious, microstructural changes in the temperature range 1100-1500°F (593-816°C), especially after being cold-worked.