Cast high Nickel containing austenitic alloys for paper and pulp industry, 19PEERS
High nickel-containing alloys find applications as engineering materials in the paper and pulp industry since they can be used in a wide variety of environments necessitating aqueous or high temperature corrosion resistance. These alloys are available in the wrought form as well as the cast form. High carbon containing cast nickel alloys find applications where high temperature resistance (for e.g. creep resistance, oxidation and carburization) are required whereas low carbon containing cast high nickel alloys find usage where wet corrosion is a challenge. Depending on the application and given the fact that nickel is an element which has an excellent metallurgical compatibility over a wide composition range with a variety of alloying elements, it is not uncommon to see a variety of alloys with different elemental additions being used to impart the desired properties necessary for the right application and intended performance. This paper shall review the existing knowledge on metallurgy and new innovations in terms of developments in cast high nickel alloys for high temperature and aqueous corrosion resistance.
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