D C Agarwal

Krupp VDM Technologies Corp., 11210 Steeplecrest Drive, Suite 120, Houston, Texas, 77065

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Nickel And Nickel Alloy Systems

7.3 Aqueous Corrosion

7.3.1 Alloying Effects

7.3.2 Aqueous Corrosion Modes

7.4 Alloy Systems

7.4.1 Commercially Pure Nickel

7.4.2 Ni-Cu Alloys

7.4.3 Ni-Fe Alloys

7.4.4 Ni-Si Alloys

7.4.5 Ni-Mo Alloys (B Family Alloys)

7.4.6 Ni-Cr-Fe Alloys

7.4.6.2 Alloys 800, 800H, 800HT, and 45TM

7.4.7 Ni-Cr-Fe-Mo-Cu Alloys

7.4.7.1 Alloy 825

7.4.7.3 Standard 6% Mo Alloys and Advanced 6% Mo Alloy 31

7.4.8 High-Performance Ni-Cr-Mo Alloys

7.5 Historical Development Chronology of C Alloys

7.5.2 Alloy 625 (1960s to Present)

7.5.3 Alloy C-276 (1965 to Present)

7.5.4 Alloy C-4 (1970s to Present)

7.5.5 Alloy C-22 (1982 to Present)

7.5.6 Alloy 59 (1990 to Present)

7.5.7 Alloy 686 (1993 to Present)

7.5.8 Alloy C-2000 (1995 to Present)

7.6 Corrosion Resistance Characteristics of C Alloys 7.6.1 Uniform Corrosion Resistance

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7.6.2 Localized Corrosion Resistance

7.6.3 Thermal Stability

7.7 Applications of C Alloys

7.8 Some Specific Applications of Alloy 59

7.9 High-Temperature Alloys

7.9.1 High-Temperature Mechanical Properties

7.9.2 High-Temperature Corrosion Resistance

7.9.3 Carburization/Metal Dusting

7.10 Fabricability/Weldability of Alloy 602CA

7.11 Applications of Alloy 602CA

7.12 Fabrication of Aqueous Corrosion-Resistant Alloys

7.12.1 Welding

7.12.2 Cold Forming

7.12.3 Hot Forming

7.12.4 Heat Treatment

7.12.5 Descaling and Pickling

7.12.6 Weld Overlay/Wallpapering

7.12.7 Grinding and Machining

7.13 Applicable Specifications

7.14 Summary Bibliography References

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