Special Metals Corporation

Huntington, WV, United States

Special Metals Corporation

Huntington, WV, United States

Special Metals Corporation, headquartered in New Hartford, New York, U.S.A., with operations in Huntington, West Virginia; Dunkirk, New York; Burnaugh, Kentucky; Elkhart, Indiana and Hereford, England, is a supplier of refractory alloys. Trademarks include Inconel, Incoloy, Monel, Nimonic, and Udimet. The company acquired Inco Alloys International from Inco in 1998.In 2006, Special Metals was acquired by Precision Castparts Corporation of Portland, Oregon.In November 2012, it was announced TIMET was being purchased for $2.9 billion by Precision Castparts. Wikipedia.


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News Article | April 30, 2017
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Superalloys Market: With Soaring Demand It is Now a $7,150 Million Industry Increase in need for high-strength materials that can withstand high temperatures in aircraft engines, gas turbines, rocket engines, and chemical plants is the major driver of the global superalloys market Portland, OR, April 30, 2017 --( Access Full Summary at: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/superalloys-market Superalloys are the group of alloys, which are alloyed particularly with nickel, cobalt, and iron along with other metals to enhance their corrosion resistance. These alloys are widely used in aerospace gas turbine engines, nuclear reactors, power generation turbines, petrochemical equipment, rocket engines, and others owing to their remarkable properties such as high mechanical strength, creep resistance at high temperature, significant surface stability, and corrosion, oxidation, & high-temperature, resistance. The growth of the global superalloys market is driven by the increase in demand for these alloys in range of industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, automotive, and others. They are widely used in turbine engines, as the thermodynamics efficiency of turbine engines is increased with increasing turbine inlet temperature, which is expected to provide lucrative growth opportunity to the market players. However, high cost of these alloys is anticipated to hamper the market growth during the forecast period. Nickel-based superalloys is the leading base material segment, as these superalloys possess high-temperature mechanical properties and oxidation resistance. These alloys are majorly used in hottest parts of gas turbines turbine blades, turbine discs, metal processing, and casting blades. Presently, these alloys constitute over 50% of the weight of advanced aircraft engines. The aerospace application segment dominated the global market, with almost half of the total market share in 2015. In aerospace, alloys are used to develop gas turbine engines for defense aircraft, turbine blades, and jet engines. Key Findings of the Superalloys Market Report -In 2015, North America dominated the global market, with around two-fifths share, in terms of revenue. -Cobalt-based superalloys segment is estimated to display the highest growth rate, in terms of revenue, registering a CAGR of 10.6% from 2016 to 2022. -Asia-Pacific is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 10.0%, in terms of volume. -Automotive application segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 10.8%, in terms of revenue. -In aerospace application, commercial aircraft segment dominated the market, comprising more than half of the total market share, in terms of revenue. In 2015, North America dominated the global market owing to increase in utilization of aircrafts and significant growth in aerospace industry. Furthermore, in terms of value, Asia-Pacific is projected to witness the highest CAGR of 10.1%, followed by Europe, which is expected to register a CAGR of 9.6%. The major companies profiled in the report include Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI), Haynes International, Special Metals Corporation, Aperam, Carpenter Technology, AMG Superalloys, Doncasters, Nippon Yakin Kogyo, Universal Stainless, and Danyang City Kaixin Alloy Material Co. Ltd. Portland, OR, April 30, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Superalloys Market Report, published by Allied Market Research, states that the Global Market was valued at $3,727 million in 2015, and is estimated to reach $7,150 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 9.5% from 2016 to 2022. In 2015, nickel-based segment held more than half share of the total market.Access Full Summary at: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/superalloys-marketSuperalloys are the group of alloys, which are alloyed particularly with nickel, cobalt, and iron along with other metals to enhance their corrosion resistance. These alloys are widely used in aerospace gas turbine engines, nuclear reactors, power generation turbines, petrochemical equipment, rocket engines, and others owing to their remarkable properties such as high mechanical strength, creep resistance at high temperature, significant surface stability, and corrosion, oxidation, & high-temperature, resistance.The growth of the global superalloys market is driven by the increase in demand for these alloys in range of industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, automotive, and others. They are widely used in turbine engines, as the thermodynamics efficiency of turbine engines is increased with increasing turbine inlet temperature, which is expected to provide lucrative growth opportunity to the market players. However, high cost of these alloys is anticipated to hamper the market growth during the forecast period.Nickel-based superalloys is the leading base material segment, as these superalloys possess high-temperature mechanical properties and oxidation resistance. These alloys are majorly used in hottest parts of gas turbines turbine blades, turbine discs, metal processing, and casting blades. Presently, these alloys constitute over 50% of the weight of advanced aircraft engines.The aerospace application segment dominated the global market, with almost half of the total market share in 2015. In aerospace, alloys are used to develop gas turbine engines for defense aircraft, turbine blades, and jet engines.Key Findings of the Superalloys Market Report-In 2015, North America dominated the global market, with around two-fifths share, in terms of revenue.-Cobalt-based superalloys segment is estimated to display the highest growth rate, in terms of revenue, registering a CAGR of 10.6% from 2016 to 2022.-Asia-Pacific is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 10.0%, in terms of volume.-Automotive application segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 10.8%, in terms of revenue.-In aerospace application, commercial aircraft segment dominated the market, comprising more than half of the total market share, in terms of revenue.In 2015, North America dominated the global market owing to increase in utilization of aircrafts and significant growth in aerospace industry. Furthermore, in terms of value, Asia-Pacific is projected to witness the highest CAGR of 10.1%, followed by Europe, which is expected to register a CAGR of 9.6%.The major companies profiled in the report include Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI), Haynes International, Special Metals Corporation, Aperam, Carpenter Technology, AMG Superalloys, Doncasters, Nippon Yakin Kogyo, Universal Stainless, and Danyang City Kaixin Alloy Material Co. Ltd. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Allied Market Research


A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, (FR)Linvention concerne un mtal dapport de soudage ou un produit mtallique dapport de soudage ayant, en pourcentage en poids : de 17,0 23,0 % de chrome, de 5,0 12,0 % de molybdne, de 3,0 11,0 % de tungstne, de 3,0 5,0 % de niobium, de 0 2,0 % de tantale, de 1,2 3,0 % de titane, de 0,005 1,50 % daluminium, de 0,0005 0,100 % de carbone, moins de 2,0 % de fer, moins de 5,0 % de cobalt, et le complment tant du nickel 56,0 65,0 %. Un dpt de soudure form partir du mtal dapport de soudage a une limite dlasticit minimale ltat soud dau moins 72 ksi (496 MPa). Linvention concerne galement un dpt de soudure et un procd de formation dun dpt de soudure comprenant, en pourcentage en poids : de 17,0 23,0 % de chrome, de 5,0 12,0 % de molybdne, de 3,0 11,0 % de tungstne, de 3,0 5,0 % de niobium, de 0 2,0 % de tantale, de 1,2 3,0 % de titane, de 0,005 1,50 % daluminium, de 0,0005 0,100 % de carbone, moins de 8,0 % de fer, moins de 5,0 % de cobalt, et le complment tant du nickel 56,0 65,0 %. Le dpt de soudure a une limite dlasticit minimale ltat soud dau moins 72 ksi (496 MPa).


Bechetti D.H.,Lehigh University | Dupont J.N.,Lehigh University | Debarbadillo J.J.,Special Metals Corporation | Baker B.A.,Special Metals Corporation
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science | Year: 2014

Thermodynamic and kinetic modeling were used to determine appropriate heat treatment schedules for homogenization and second phase dissolution in INCONEL® alloy 740H® (INCONEL and 740H are registered trademarks of Special Metals Corporation) fusion welds. Following these simulations, a two-step heat treatment process was applied to specimens from a single pass gas tungsten arc weld (GTAW). Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) has been used to assess the changes in the distribution of alloying elements as well as changes in the fraction of second phase particles within the fusion zone. Experimental results demonstrate that adequate homogenization of alloy 740H weld metal can be achieved by a 1373 K/4 h (1100 °C/4 h) treatment. Complete dissolution of second phase particles could not be completely achieved, even at exposure to temperatures near the alloy's solidus temperature. These results are in good agreement with thermodynamic and kinetic predictions. © 2014 The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and ASM International.


Patel S.J.,Special Metals Corporation | De Barbadillo J.J.,Special Metals Corporation | Baker B.A.,Special Metals Corporation | Gollihue R.D.,Special Metals Corporation
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2013

Utilities worldwide are facing increased demand for additional electricity, reduced plant emissions and greater efficiency. To meet this challenge will require increasing boiler temperature, pressure and coal ash corrosion resistance of the materials of boiler construction of future coal-fired boilers. This paper describes two new nickel-base alloys, INCONEL® alloys 740 and 740H™, aimed at meeting this challenge. The evolution of the early alloy 740 into alloy 740H is discussed. Since alloy 740's mechanical properties, coal-ash and steam corrosion resistance have already been extensively reported [1, 2], emphasis will be given to recent data on alloy 740H and particularly its commercial-scale manufacturability to steam pipe and its subsequent weldability and mechanical properties. © 2013 The Authors.


Mannan S.,Special Metals Corporation
7th International Symposium on Superalloy 718 and Derivatives 2010 | Year: 2010

Commercially produced INCOLOY® alloy 945 was annealed and heat-treated in the temperature range of 650°C to 982°C for the times of 15 minutes to 100 hours. Heat-treated specimens were tested for hardness, optical metallography, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive x-ray (EDX) analysis of bulk and electrolytically extracted residue, x-ray diffraction (XRD) of the residue and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to develop understanding for phase stability. Data generated from these analytical techniques is presented in the form of a time-temperature-transformation diagram (TTT).


Mannan S.,Special Metals Corporation
NACE - International Corrosion Conference Series | Year: 2012

A newly developed alloy 945X has nominal composition of Fe-53.5Ni-20.5Cr-3Mo-2Cu-4Nb-1.5Ti. The alloy provides 140 ksi (965 MPa) minimum yield strength with an excellent combination of ductility and impact strength in the solution treated and aged condition. Alloy 945X is incorporated in NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156 -3 for level VII and level VI at 450°F (232C°). This paper covers alloy 945X capabilities for mechanical properties and microstructure. Results are presented on slow strain rate testing (SSRT) on a range of yield strengths and dimensions for rod product. Mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of mechanical tubes are also presented. This data on SSRT is compared with other high strength alloys. In addition, SSRT data and C-ring data of precipitation strengthened alloys is compared in the same environmental conditions. ©2012 by NACE International.


A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. A weld deposit formed from the welding filler metal has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). Also, a weld deposit and a method of forming a weld deposit comprising, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <8.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. The weld deposit has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa).


Trademark
Special Metals Corporation | Date: 2012-08-08

Nickel alloys ; Cobalt alloys; Titanium alloy; Stainless steels.


Trademark
Special Metals Corporation | Date: 2012-07-26

Nickel alloys; Cobalt alloys; Titanium alloy; Stainless steels.


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