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The Characterization of HIP and RHIP Consolidated NiAl Intermetallic compounds Containing Chromium Particles
Shintaro IshiyamaHans Peter BuchkremerDovert Stöver
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2003 Volume 44 Issue 4 Pages 759-765

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NiAl intermetallics with dispersive Cr particles consolidated by the Hot Isostaic Press (HIP) and Reactive HIP (RHIP) techniques, has been investigated. Mechanical properties of HIPed and RHIPed materials with various Cr concentrations ranging form 0 to 30 mass%Cr, were examined at various temperatures. The consolidation temperature of RHIP materials decreases with Cr addition; when RHIPing NiAl+xCr compounds with 25 mass% has attained remarkable high ductility over 17% elongation and over 400 MPa tensile strength at 873 K. A very high tensile strength of HIPed NiAl+20 mass%Cr over 600 MPa with 10% elongation at 873 K can be achieved at 873 K.

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