I ask the foundry to cast nickel alloys and I took a piece metal to do a chemical test.
The element composition of the nickel alloy is Ni 70% Cr 12% Fe 1.2% Mo 2.5%....so far they all are in the allowable range.
But I found the alloy also contains W 0.004% !
Is this the normal condition ? ?
I am using a Zn-Mg alloy (52% and 48% respectively) as a phase change material in a thermal energy storage system, but I have been unable to track down important properties, such as specific heats and thermal conductivity.
Is there any way to approximate these relatively accurately given...
I've got a youtube channel with the science behind games.
And because of that, I'm in search for an alloy with the following properties:
- It needs to be an alloy of at least three metals
- At least one of them must have a greenish flame color, a bluish flame color, and a red...
I am looking for a disgestion procedure of Pb-alloy, so that we can measure the elements with ICP-OES.
Pb should be removed, that it doesn't contaminate the system.
So far we used HCl for digestion, but the results weren't very good.
Elements of interest are: Sn Sb Bi Cu Cd As...
Approximately, what is the total mass of these materials that is contained in a "typical" Gen III or III+ PWR (e.g., EPR, AP1000...)?
1/ Zr alloy (fuel cladding and other assembly components)?
2/ Ag-In-Cd alloy (control rods)?
3/ Gd (burnable neutron absorber)?
4/ Ni-based alloys?
We can find differential of alloy and composite. MMC is came from 2 differential of metal, one from it aren't melting same as producing alloy. but there are might produce new reaction. ex: C with Fe, the name is carbon steel. the nano-composite just too, but the particle aren't big, and the size...