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High Impact Research: Superalloys

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Superalloys. What's so super about them, anyway?  

Superalloys are typically made of nickel, iron, and cobalt, with many alloying agents that give them unique micro/nano structures and high-temperature performance.  They are used in many applications, but they are especially important in the combustion regions of jet engines where their stiffness, strength, toughness, and dimensional stabilities in these environments make them truly super.  

This webinar will review the development of various alloys and how the use of atom probe tomography and other microscopies have substantially improved these alloys, allowing higher performance and lower fuel consumption in many applications.  

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