The Fe-10Ni-1Mo-0.20C Steel as a Potential Alloy for Cryogenic Applications
Initial development work on the 10Ni-1Mo alloy system culminated in a U.S. Patent  which discloses the effects of various compositional differences on the mechanical properties of heats that were evaluated in several heat-treated conditions. Variations in carbon, manganese, silicon, nickel, cobalt, chromium, molybdenum, and vanadium were investigated in an iron-base alloy with about 10% Ni.
KeywordsNickel Phosphorus Welding Chromium Cobalt
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