Tag: Tungsten alloys

Low-cost Tungsten Carbide Production Method Developed By A Russian University

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Low-cost Tungsten Carbide Production Method Developed By A Russian University Researchers at Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) in Russia have developed a method that can produce tungsten carbide and other superhard materials in a non-vacuum environment and can use waste carbide drill bits, tools, and other tungsten carbide waste materials as raw materials. It is more […]

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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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Types of High Temperature Refractory Metal Materials in Laser Forming

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Types of High-Temperature Refractory Metal Materials in Laser Forming Refractory metal materials with a high melting point and special properties have been developed as high – tech materials. Due to the high melting point and high-temperature strength, the smelting process of these materials is very difficult, and most refractory alloys are manufactured by powder metallurgy. […]

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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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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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