Alloys with a high coefficient of thermal expansion based on the Mn-Pd system
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We investigated the variation of CTE of binary Mn−Pd alloys with the Pd content. The composition with the highest CTE was determined (36–37·10−6 1/°C).
The CTE of Mn−Pd−Ni alloys increases with the Mn content. With a constant Mn content the stability of the γ solid solution with a high CTE increases with the Ni content.
We determined the range of concentrations of stable alloys with a high CTE (36–39·10−6 1/°C): 72–75% Mn, 15% Pd, the remainder Ni.
KeywordsSolid Solution Thermal Expansion High Coefficient Alloy Increase Stable Alloy
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