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*  Bare-metal stent
Cobalt-chromium alloy: Vision (Abbott Vascular); MP35N Driver stent (Medtronic) Platinum chromium alloy: Omega BMS (Boston ... More recent ('2nd generation') stents use cobalt chromium alloy. The first stents used in gastrointestinal conditions of the ... Lay summary Jorge C, Dubois C Clinical utility of platinum chromium bare-metal stents in coronary heart disease. Med Devices ( ...
*  Hip replacement
Most hip replacements consist of cobalt and chromium alloys, or titanium. Stainless steel is no longer used. All implants ... Metal heads, made of cobalt chromium for hardness, are machined to size and then polished to reduce wear of the socket liner. ... In implants which involve metal-on-metal contact, microscopic fragments of cobalt and chromium can be absorbed into the ... Stems are made of multiple materials (titanium, cobalt chromium, stainless steel, and polymer composites) and they can be ...
*  Permeability (electromagnetism)
"Nickel Alloys-Stainless Steels, Nickel Copper Alloys, Nickel Chromium Alloys, Low Expansion Alloys". Nickel-alloys.net. ... G.W.C. Kaye & T.H. Laby, Table of Physical and Chemical Constants, 14th ed, Longman ""Metglas Magnetic Alloy 2714A", ''Metglas ... "Soft Magnetic Cobalt-Iron Alloys", ''Vacuumschmeltze''" (PDF). www.vacuumschmeltze.com. Retrieved 2013-08-03. Carpenter ...
*  Stellite
... alloy is a range of cobalt-chromium alloys designed for wear resistance. It may also contain tungsten or molybdenum ... The alloys also tend to have extremely high melting points due to the cobalt and chromium content. Typical applications include ... The alloy currently most suited for cutting tools, for example, is Stellite 100, because this alloy is quite hard, maintains a ... Stellite alloys display outstanding hardness and toughness, and are also usually very resistant to corrosion. Stellite alloys ...
*  Cobalt
Alloys with chromium and tungsten carbides are very hard and wear resistant. Special cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloys like ... It is also alloyed with 95% platinum for jewelry, yielding an alloy suitable for fine casting which is also slightly magnetic. ... The development of wear-resistant cobalt alloys started in the first decade of the 20th century with the stellite alloys, ... "Systemic effects of implanted prostheses made of cobalt-chromium alloys". Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. 110 (2): ...
*  Brazing
For brazing copper, brass, nickel alloys, Monel, medium and high carbon steels and chromium alloys, cobalt alloys, tungsten ... For brazing copper, brass, nickel alloys, Monel, medium and high carbon steels and chromium alloys. Nitrogen+hydrogen, ... For brazing copper, brass, nickel alloys, Monel, medium and high carbon steels chromium alloys, titanium, zirconium, hafnium. ... Ni Nickel alloys, even more numerous than silver alloys. High strength. Lower cost than silver alloys. Good high-temperature ...
*  SAE steel grades
For elevated temperature service 500 Series-heat-resisting chromium alloys 600 Series-originally created for proprietary alloys ... Type 310 310S- is a highly alloyed austenitic stainless steel used for high temperature application. The high chromium and ... Carbon steels and alloy steels are designated a four digit number, whereby the first digit indicates the main alloying element( ... 400 Series-ferritic and martensitic chromium alloys Type 405-ferritic for welding applications Type 408-heat-resistant; poor ...
*  Radiation material science
For nickel-chromium and iron-chromium alloys, short range order can be designed on the nano-scale (. . "Reactor Grade Zirconium ... Face centered cubic (FCC) metals such as austenitic steels and Ni-base alloys can benefit greatly from grain boundary ... In radiation material Science the displacement damage in the alloy ( [ d p a ] {\displaystyle \left[dpa\right]} = displacements ... value versus non grain boundary engineered alloys. This method of treatment in particular yields better resistance to stress ...
*  Bereznyak-Isayev BI-1
The D-1-A-1100 was built from S54 steel (a 12% chromium alloy). At this point in time, Russian rocket engines were built with ... Isayev fashioned the sections from 12Kh13 stainless chromium steel (13% chromium, 0.12% carbon content). The head had 85 ... Pressurized to 60 bar (6,000 kPa), the tanks were made from a high-strength chromium-manganese-silicon steel ("Chromansil") ...
*  Ferrochrome
Cr Ore (an oxide of chromium and iron) is reduced by coal and coke to form the iron-chromium alloy. The heat for this reaction ... Ferrochrome (FeCr) is an alloy of chromium and iron containing 50% to 70% chromium by weight. Ferrochrome is produced by ... Chromium (Cr) is an element of the Periodic Table. Over 80% of the world's ferrochrome is utilised in the production of ... The average chrome content in stainless steel is approximately 18%. It is also used when it is desired to add chromium to ...
*  Solid Concepts 1911 DMLS
The gun used Inconel 625 (a nickel-chromium alloy) material and stainless steel via the Direct Metal Laser Sintering method. ...
*  National Physical Laboratory of India
... chromium alloy. The uncertainty in mass measurements at NPL is ± 4.6 × 10−9. The national standard of time interval, second as ...
*  Cast iron
High-chromium white iron alloys allow massive castings (for example, a 10-tonne impeller) to be sand cast, as the chromium ... Chromium also produces carbides with impressive abrasion resistance.[citation needed] These high-chromium alloys attribute ... Other alloying agents, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, titanium and vanadium counteracts silicon, promotes the retention of ... Carbon (C) ranging from 1.8-4 wt%, and silicon (Si) 1-3 wt% are the main alloying elements of cast iron. Iron alloys with lower ...
*  Cobalt-chrome
Co-Cr alloy was first discovered by Elwood Haynes in the early 1900s by fusing cobalt and chromium. The alloy was first ... Cobalt-chrome or cobalt-chromium (CoCr) is a metal alloy of cobalt and chromium. Cobalt-chrome has a very high specific ... The common Co-Cr alloy production requires the extraction of cobalt and chromium from cobalt oxide and chromium oxide ores. ... FCC crystal structure is commonly found in cobalt rich alloys, while chromium rich alloys tend to have BCC crystal structure. ...
*  Brightray
The original Brightray alloy was composed of 80% nickel / 20% chromium. This alloy is still in use today as Brightray S and can ... Brightray is a nickel-chromium alloy that is noted for its resistance to erosion by gas flow at high temperatures. It was used ... Brightray C is a nickel-chromium alloy with rare-earth additions to extend its lifetime under fluctuating temperatures, ... Nimonic FJ Camm (January 1944). "Brightray". Dictionary of Metals and Alloys (3rd ed.). p. 25. "Brightray S" (PDF). Special ...
*  Cupronickel
... copper constantan or nickel-chromium/nickel-aluminium. These have the heating element of constantan or nickel-chromium alloy ... and is now the more widely used alloy. Brass (copper alloyed with zinc) Bronze (copper alloyed with tin) Copper alloys in ... Soon afterwards, a 2% manganese and 2% iron alloy now known as alloy C71640 was introduced for a UK power station which needed ... Monel metal is a nickel-copper alloy, containing a minimum of 63% nickel. Cupronickel alloys were known as "white copper" to ...
*  Solderability
Stainless steel and high alloy steel have a low solderability because the chromium alloying element creates oxides that require ... Kapp Alloy. "KappAloy". Kapp Alloy & Wire, Inc. Retrieved 23 October 2012. Kapp Alloy. "Kappa Tinning Compound". Kapp Alloy & ... Kapp Alloy GalvRepair. "Kapp GalvRepair". Kapp Alloy & Wire, Inc. Retrieved 23 October 2012. Solderability Testing www. ... Solderability when using lead-free alloys can differ significantly from solderability when using lead based alloys. Noble ...
*  Orthodontic archwires
The wire is composed of Iron (64%), Chromium (17%), Nickel (12%) and others. In the 1950s, cobalt-chromium alloy started being ... Chromium in this stainless steel alloy forms a thin oxide layer which blocks the diffusion of oxygen into the alloy and allow ... This alloy is known commercially by the name TMA or Titanium-Molybdenum alloy. This alloy does not involve nickel and can be ... The stainless steel alloys are of "18-8" austenitic type which contain Chromium (17-25%) and Nickel (8-25%) and Carbon (1-2%). ...
*  Albert L. Marsh
... he began experimenting with nickel and chromium alloys during his spare time. In 1904, in need of better place to work on his ... In 1905 he co-invented the first metallic alloy from which a high-resistance wire could be made that could be used as a durable ... He hired Marsh at a small salary - while giving him permission to work on the alloy project during his spare time. When later ... When perfected, the new alloy was 300 times stronger than other types at that time. Chromel is made of 80% nickel and 20% ...
*  Electrical resistivity and conductivity
Commonly used for high voltage power lines 18% chromium/ 8% nickel austenitic stainless steel Nickel-iron-chromium alloy ... Generally used for temper and alloy verification of aluminium. Gold is commonly used in electrical contacts because it does not ...
*  TRI-D (rocket engine)
It was fabricated using a chromium-cobalt alloy powder. The propellants are kerosene and liquid oxygen. The engine produces ... a powder of the chromium-cobalt alloy is spread in a thin layer. Then computer-controlled laser fuses the powders into a cross ...
*  Carburizing
Pack carburizing containers are usually made of carbon steel coated with aluminum or heat-resisting nickel-chromium alloy and ... Typically the materials that are carbonized are low-carbon and alloy steels with initial carbon content ranging from 0.2 to 0.3 ... depending on the alloying elements within the base material. Carbonitriding Case hardening Cementation process Crucible steel ...
*  NICRA (disambiguation)
India Nickel-chromium alloy, properly NiCrA Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate Agreement (NICRA). The United States federal ...
*  Boron
Amorphous boron is used as a melting point depressant in nickel-chromium braze alloys. Hexagonal boron nitride forms atomically ... Laser alloying has also been successfully used for the same purpose. These borides are an alternative to diamond coated tools, ... Implantation of boron ions into metals and alloys, through ion implantation or ion beam deposition, results in a spectacular ... IN: Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Arsenic, Boron, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, ...
*  Antiferromagnetism
Examples include hematite, metals such as chromium, alloys such as iron manganese (FeMn), and oxides such as nickel oxide (NiO ...
*  Mining industry of Sudan
Chromium deposits have been established in the Inqasna Mountains, the Nuba Mountains, and the Red Sea Mountains. The estimated ... silver alloy and silver granules are also byproducts. Gold, iron ore and base metals are mined in the Hassai Gold Mine, located ... chromium, gypsum, salt, and cement. In 2012, the production of crude petroleum dropped to about 37.7 million barrels (Mbbl) ...