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Hochtemperaturlegierungen

  • Ralf Bürgel
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Zusammenfassung

Zu den Hochtemperaturwerkstoffen werden alle Materialien gezählt, die oberhalb rund 500 °C dauerhaft für Bauteile eingesetzt werden können und damit langzeitig ausreichende mechanische Eigenschaften und Hochtemperatur-Korrosionsbeständigkeit aufweisen müssen. Dafür kommen metallische und keramische Werkstoffe in Frage sowie intermetallische Phasen, welche eine Stellung zwischen den Metallen und den Keramiken einnehmen.

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