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Microstructural changes during high temperature service of a cobalt-based superalloy first stage nozzle
Martin Alberto Luna
Lorenzo Martinez Gomez
ZDZISLAW MAZUR CZERWIEC
VICTOR MANUEL SALINAS BRAVO
Jesús Porcayo Calderón
Acceso Abierto
Artículo
Inglés
2016
Superalloys are a group of alloys based on nickel, iron, or cobalt, which are used to operate at high temperatures (𝑇 > 540°C) and in situations involving very high stresses like in gas turbines, particularly in the manufacture of blades, nozzles, combustors, and discs. Besides keeping its high resistance to temperatures which may approach 85% of their melting temperature, these materials have excellent corrosion resistance and oxidation.
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