Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 251–254

Effect of boron and hafnium on the corrosion resistance of high-temperature nickel alloys

  • V. M. Beglov
  • B. K. Pisarev
  • G. G. Reznikova
Heat-Resistant Steels and Alloys

Conclusion

Introduction of 0.1% B and 1% Hf into low-carbon corrosion-resistant nickel alloys makes it possible to increase their resistance to high-temperature salt corrosion. In this case, it becomes possible to increase the heat resistance of the alloys while maintaining the high corrosion resistance as a result of the increase in the titanium and aluminum content.

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. M. Beglov
  • B. K. Pisarev
  • G. G. Reznikova

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