Cryogenic Treatment of Steel: Part One
Creep Microstructural Changes in Power Plant Steels: Part One
Atmospheric Corrosion of Aluminum Alloys
Copper Beryllium Alloys
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Cryogenic treatment of materials has been present in the aerospace industry for over 30 years primarily to enhance the service life of the treated steel.
Interest in improving the microstructure in power plant steels stems from the 1970’s where there was a considerable drive to improve and increase the ability of the stream circuit to handle higher pressures and higher temperatures.
As one of the most widely produced metals on the planet, aluminum is the subject of many investigations in this area with at times, some interesting results.
The addition of beryllium in copper alloy materials gives a substantial increase in strength without resulting in brittle behavior.