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3 Most Common Types of Tungsten Alloys

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3 Most Common Types of Tungsten Alloys Used Today Tungsten alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and other elements. Among metals, tungsten has the highest melting point, good high-temperature strength and creep resistance, as well as thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, and electron emission performance. In addition to being widely used in electronics, aerospace, weapons and other […]

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W-Cu Composites (Tungsten-copper Composites) Main Applications

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W-Cu Composites (Tungsten-copper Composites) Main Applications In this article, we’ll take a look at the main applications of tungsten-copper composites (W-Cu composites). Since tungsten (W) has good electron emission function, a class of composites such as tungsten alloy and W-Cu is good electrode materials, which have been widely used in EDM, electric locomotive guide block, ultra-high […]

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Application Of Tungsten And Tungsten Alloys

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Application Of Tungsten And Tungsten Alloys Tungsten, which has an atomic number of 74 in the periodic table, is a VIB group metal. It has a density of 19.35 g/cm3 that is close to gold, with a melting point of 3,422 ℃ and a boiling point of 5,927 ℃. In this article, we’ll take a […]

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How Much E-waste Do You Throw Out Every Year?

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How Much E-waste Do You Throw Out Every Year? How much e-waste do you throw out every year? That’s an interesting question. Can you imagine 80 kilograms of discarded products with batteries or plugs piling up in your living room? That’s how much e-waste the average American household throws away each year. The latest data […]

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How Can An iPhone Vibrate Without Tungsten?

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How Can An iPhone Vibrate Without Tungsten? If tungsten runs out or only a short mining life remains, how can an iPhone vibrate without tungsten?  “A perfect storm may be brewing because supply is shrinking fast”, says a professor of sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology. So, what is this storm about? And what […]

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Rhenium Uses in Aerospace – Shining Pearl of Aerospace Industry

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Rhenium Uses in Aerospace Rhenium has been discovered for almost a century, but it is still an unfamiliar element to most of us. It ranks 75th on the periodic table of the chemical elements and is the most recently discovered natural element. In this article, we’ll take a look at the rhenium uses in aerospace. […]

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How Does Tungsten Power the Aerospace Industry?

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How Does Tungsten Power the Aerospace Industry? Tungsten is the most heat-resistant metal, and it has the highest density and strength of refractory metals. Tungsten alloys with alloying elements have good wear resistance, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. In this article, we will take a look at how does tungsten power the aerospace […]

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What Is The Application Status Of Refractory Metal Material?

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What Is The Application Status Of Refractory Metal Material? Refractory metal material mainly refers to tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, niobium, rhenium, and vanadium, all of which are materials with a melting point above 2000 degrees Celsius. Refractory metal materials and their alloys have the characteristics of high melting point, high strength under a high-temperature environment, strong […]

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How Are High-performance Refractory Materials Used In Modern Industries?

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How Are High-performance Refractory Materials Used In Modern Industries? Refractory materials, such as refractory metals, alloys, compounds, and composites, have always been developed as high-tech materials due to their unique high melting point and some other unique properties and occupy an important position in the national economy. For example, cemented carbide with WC as the […]

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Super Performances Of The High-specific Tungsten Alloy

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A tungsten alloy is a refractory metal consisting of W-Ni-Fe, W-Ni-Cu, and W-Ni-Cu-Fe. They have high melting points and are twice as dense as steel and 50 percent higher than lead. Currently, WNiFe is a popular ingredient for high-specific tungsten alloys, such as W-Ni-Fe Alloy, which can be used to make F1 car weight and so on. […]

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