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Creep property of Rene-41

  1. Sep 3, 2008 #1
    Do any one here can thorugh some light on the creep prroperty of Rene-41.
    I want to know how this material behaves @1400F?

    Thanks in Advance
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  3. Sep 7, 2008 #2


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    Re: Rene-41

    One might contact the suppliers of this alloy, either CRS Holdings, a subsidiary of Carpenter Technologies (Cartech), or Teledyne (Allvac), subsidiary of Allegheny Technologies.

    ASM International has a number of good textbooks - e.g. Heat Resistant Materials, which is one of the classics on superalloys and conventional high temperature materials, i.e. Fe, Ni, Cr, Co based alloys. I actually have this book, and I highly recommend it.

    Here is a section in Heat Resistant Materials - Properties of Superalloys

    There is also an Atlas of Creep Diagrams, but I don't have that with me at the moment. It may or may not have a diagram of René 41.

    Usually one finds part of the data - e.g. http://www.rolledalloys.com/trcdocs/hightemp/RArene41pg8.pdf [Broken]
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