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Strengthening Mechanisms for Fe-Al-based Alloys with Increased Creep Resistance at High Temperatures

  • Martin Palm (a1), Ronny Krein (a2), Srdjan Milenkovic (a3), Gerhard Sauthoff (a4), Doty Risanti (a5), Charles Stallybrass (a6) and André Schneider (a7)...

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Lack of strength, in particular creep resistance, has been considered as the principal shortcoming of Fe-Al-based alloys for long which prevented their use for structural applications at high temperatures. Only recently it has been realized that various strengthening mechanisms are available by which Fe-Al-based alloys can be sufficiently strengthened for applications at high temperatures. From the recent studies at the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH (MPIE) examples of applying different strengthening mechanisms are presented by which Fe-Al-based alloys with considerable creep resistance have been obtained.

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Strengthening Mechanisms for Fe-Al-based Alloys with Increased Creep Resistance at High Temperatures

  • Martin Palm (a1), Ronny Krein (a2), Srdjan Milenkovic (a3), Gerhard Sauthoff (a4), Doty Risanti (a5), Charles Stallybrass (a6) and André Schneider (a7)...

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