Nimonic 105 Suppliers, Nimonic 105 Products
Nimonic 105 Suppliers in Mumbai, India
Nimonic 105 Price Per Kg
|Nimonic 105 Price||Origin|| Price in INR
| Price in USD
|Price in Euro
|Nimonic 105 Price in India||Indian||Rs 1200/-||$17||€14|
|Nimonic 105 Price in Japan||Japanese||Rs 1400/-||$21||€18|
|Nimonic 105 Price in UK / Europe||European||Rs 1500/-||$22||€19|
|Nimonic 105 Price in USA||USA||Rs 1600/-||$24||€20|
Nimonic 105 Composition
Nimonic 105 Specification
Nimonic® 105 Physical Properties
|Density||8.01 g/cm³||0.289 lb/in³|
Nimonic® 105 Mechanical Properties
|Tensile strength (precipitation hardened, value at room temperature)||1150 MPa||167000 psi|
|Yield strength (precipitation hardened, value at room temperature, @strain 0.200%)||770 MPa||112000 psi|
|Elongation at break (precipitation hardened)||25%||25%|
Nimonic® 105 Thermal Properties
|Thermal expansion co-efficient (@20-100°C/68-212°F)||12.2 µm/m°C||6.78 µin/in°F|
|Thermal conductivity||10.89 W/mK||75.58 BTU in/hr.ft².°F|
Equivalent materials to Nimonic 105™ includes DIN 2.4634.
Nimonic® 105 Annealing
Nimonic 105™ can be solution heat treated at 1149°C (2100°F) and then cooled in air.
Nimonic alloy 105 is a wrought nickel-cobalt-chromium (Ni-Co-Cr) based alloy made further strong by additions of molybdenum, aluminum and titanium. It has been developed for service up to 950°C, and combines the high strength of the age-hardening with better creep resistance. The production of Nimonic 105 takes place like this,first it is melted in air by high-frequency followed by casting in air. Furthey, for more critical applications the alloy is produced by vacuum melting and electroslag refining which makes it suitable for turbine blades, discs, forgings, ring sections, bolts and fasteners.
Heat treatment done for most favorable long-term creep strength and ductility at operating temp. between 850°C-950°C. in other case, Heat-treatment is used where long-term properties are not of utmost importance and thus tensile strength, elongation and impact strength are enhanced for operating temperatures not more than 700°C. While applying heat-treatment we make sure that cooling from 1125°C takes place freely and is not delayed.
These heat treatments can be done for following purposes-
- Turbine blades, discs, forgings and ring sections, all of which may be produced from as-extruded, as-forged or subsequently cold worked starting stock.
- Bolts and fasteners for which extruded and cold worked bar or section is recommended as starting stock.