Materials Science


What is a superalloy?

Superalloys are alloys that display a particularly excellent ability to resist deformation under stress at high temperatures along with good resistance to corrosion and great surface stability. Most often, a superalloy involves nickel, cobalt, or nickel-iron as the base alloying element. Superalloys have been used primarily in turbines and in the aerospace industry.


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