The response of cobalt-free Udimet 700 type alloy to modified heat treatments
- Harf, F. H.
- Feb 28, 1985.
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- A superalloy based on Udimet 700, in which all of the cobalt was replaced by nickel, was prepared from hot isostatically pressed prealloyed powders. This material was given various heat treatments consisting of partial solutioning and aging in a sequence of four different temperatures. Comparisons were made of microstructures and mechanical properties. Best results were obtained by partially solutioning at 1145 deg C and aging through a sequence of 870, 1030, 650 and 760 deg C. This heat treatment also provided significantly improved properties for wrought material of the same composition. The results suggest that cobalt free Udimet 700 should be considered as a substitute for Udimet 700 with the standard 17 percent cobalt content.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19850011733.
Accession ID: 85N20043.
Ann. Meeting of the Am. Inst. of Mining, Met. and Petrol. Engr.,; 24-28 Feb. 1985; New York, NY; United States.
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