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NiCu 400 NiCu Alloy NiCu 400 is a nickel-copper alloy (about 67% Ni – 23% Cu) that is resistant to sea water and steam at high temperatures as well as to salt and caustic solutions. Alloy 400 is a solid solution alloy that can only be hardened by cold working.   Read More »
Constantan Constantan is a copper–nickel alloy also known as Eureka , Advance , and Ferry . It usually consists of 55% copper and 45% nickel. Its main feature is its low thermal variation of its resistivity, which is constant over a wide range of temperatures. Other alloys with similarly low   Read More »
Metal Profile: Nickel Nickel is a strong, lustrous, silvery-white metal that is a staple of our daily lives and can be found in everything from the batteries that power our television remotes to the stainless steel that is used to make our kitchen sinks. Properties Atomic Symbol: Ni Atomic Number:   Read More »
Copper Alloys - Copper/Nickel Alloys Chemical Formula Cu/Ni Alloys Topics Covered Background Key Properties Applications Sea Water Condensor Systems And Desalination Plants Automotive Applications Marine Applications Coins Resistance Wire Thermocouples Other Applications Background Sometimes called cupro-nickels , there exists a range of different copper nickel alloys that possess different properties   Read More »
Copper-Nickel Alloys Resistance to Corrosion and Biofouling Copper Nickel Copper Nickel (Cu-Ni) alloys are widely used for marine applications due to their excellent resistance to seawater corrosion, high inherent resistance to biofouling and good fabricability. They have provided reliable service for several decades whilst offering effective solutions to today's technological   Read More »
FeNi36 Invar - Nickel Iron Alloy Chemical Formula Ni-Fe Alloy Topics Covered Background Discovery and Nobel Prize Physical Properties Current Uses Cathode Ray Tubes Other Applications Low Expansion Alloys Sealing Alloys Future Uses Composite Manufacturing Background Few people realise that the nickel-iron alloy, FeNi36 Invar , plays a crucial part   Read More »
Nickel Chrome (NiChrome) Alloys Chemical Formula Ni/Cr Alloys Topics Covered Background Oxidation Resistance Heating Elements Thermocouples High Temperature Corrosion Resistant Alloys Wear Resistant Alloys Background The nickel-chromium system shows that chromium is quite soluble in nickel. This is a maximum at 47% at the eutectic temperature and drops off to   Read More »
Welding of Nickel Alloys Welding of Nickel Alloys Nickel alloys can be joined reliably by all types of welding processes or methods, with the exception of forge welding and oxyacetylene welding. The wrought nickel alloys can be welded under conditions similar to those used to weld austenitic stainless steels. Cast   Read More »
Alloys Summarized Nickel Alloys: Nickel Alloy Ni 200 Nickel Alloy Ni 201 Nickel Alloy Ni 205 Nickel Alloy Ni 206 Nickel Alloy Ni 212 (Ni Mn2) Nickel Alloy Ni 211 (Ni Mn5) Nickel Alloy Ni 61 (Ni Ti3) Nickel Alloy Alloy 400 (Ni67 Cu30) Nickel Alloy Ni70 Cu30 Other alloy   Read More »
Nickel Based Superalloys A Superalloy is a metallic alloy which can be used at high temperatures, often in excess of 0.7 of the absolute melting temperature. Creep and oxidation resistance are the prime design criteria. Superalloys can be based on iron, cobalt or nickel , the latter being best suited   Read More »
Nickel Alloys - Manufacturing Process To make Nickel Alloys , start with the purest available raw materials to achieve the required chemical composition. A correct chemical composition is necessary to give uniform and required properties to different alloys. The alloys are then Melted, Hot-Rolled and Processed to final sizes using   Read More »
Properties of Nickel Alloys Nickel has always been a vital material for a wide variety of industries Nickel has always been a vital material for a wide variety of industries for the simple reason that it is a highly versatile material that will alloy with most other metals. Nickel alloys   Read More »
Nickel and Nickel Alloys Nickel alloyed with other metals has made significant contributions to our present-day society Nickel has been used in alloys that date back to the dawn of civilization. Chemical analysis of artifacts has shown that weapons, tools, and coins contain nickel in varying amounts. Nickel in elemental   Read More »
Nickel Alloys Stainless Steels, Nickel Copper Alloys, Nickel Chromium Alloys, Low Expansion Alloys and Magnetic Alloys Topics Covered Background Stainless steels Nickel Copper Alloys Nickel Chromium Base Alloys Low Expansion Alloys Magnetic Alloys Background Nickel alloys are used extensively because of their corrosion resistance, high temperature strength and their special   Read More »
Commercially Pure Nickel Properties, Fabrication and Applications of Commercially Pure Nickel Chemical Formula Ni Topics Covered Background Corrosion Resistance Properties of Commercially Pure Nickel Fabrication of Nickel Background Commercially pure or low alloy nickel finds its main application in chemical processing and electronics. Corrosion Resistance Because of pure nickel's corrosion   Read More »

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