A Guide to High Temperature Alloys

Do you work at a company that deals with hot environments and/or extreme temperatures? If so, you might be somewhat familiar with high temperature alloys. When the temperatures are extremely hot, there are certain metals and alloys that perform well thanks to their structure(s) and the strength of the interatomic bonds within them. What are some of those? Titanium, tungsten, stainless steel, nickel, molybdenum and tantalum are just some of the metals that can handle high temperature applications.

Considerations for Choosing Alloys for High Temperature Applications

When you’re choosing a metal/alloy for high temperature applications, what should you take into consideration? Of course there’s temperature. That’s a given. But also consider the mechanical properties of the alloy at specific temperatures. Also, how strong is the alloy’s resistance to oxidation as well as hot corrosion? Finally, consider the metallurgical stability of the material in question.

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