"Exotic Alloys" provides an introduction to the properties and applications of superalloys and exotic metal alloys. In this class, users will learn about iron-based, nickel-based, and cobalt-based superalloys, as well as tungsten, vanadium, tantalum, and other exotic metals. Superalloys and exotic metals have unique properties for specialized applications. Complex, proprietary superalloys are commonly used in aerospace and petrochemical applications, while exotic metals are often used as alloying elements to enhance the properties of a base metal.
- Define exotic metals and superalloys
- Describe superalloys
- Describe the properties of exotic metals and superalloys
- Identify applications of exotic metals and superalloys
- Identify the main categories of superalloys
- Describe iron-based superalloys
- Describe nickel-based superalloys Describe the main categories of nickel-based superalloys
- Describe cobalt-based superalloys
- Describe tungsten, vanadium, and molybdenum
- Describe tantalum
- Describe industry trends for exotic metals and superalloys.
- Recommended for Manufacturing / Material Engineers.
New Applicants, 1st level supervisors
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