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Principal Features

Vacuum-melted, nickel-based HAYNES® R-41 (UNS N07041) alloy has exceptionally high strength at temperatures in the range of 1200 to 1800°F (649 to 982°C). The alloy is a precipitation-hardening type
and strength is developed by various solution annealing and aging heat treatments. Because of its high
diaphragm partitions in current gas turbine engines. In the annealed condition, the alloy is ductile
alloys. It is stronger, however, and has a greater resistance to forming. The alloy has been formed
在落锤、扩张心轴和拉伸成型机上取得了成功。R-41合金现在在许多应用中被海恩斯所取代® 282® 合金,由于282优越的可制造性® 合金。金宝搏app

ductility and improved formability. Stress-rupture strength is also improved by this type of
treatment. Lower solution annealing temperatures produce higher tensile strengths at temperatures up to about 1700°F (927°C). The effect of solution heat treating temperature can be seen in tensile and stress-rupture data.