BS EN 4376:2016 - Aerospace series. Heat resisting alloy NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 (2.4668) solution treated and precipitation treated. Bar and section, De ≤ 200 mm

BS EN 4376:2016

Aerospace series. Heat resisting alloy NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 (2.4668) solution treated and precipitation treated. Bar and section, De ≤ 200 mm

Status : Current   Published : March 2016

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This European Standard specifies the requirements relating to: Heat resisting alloy NI-PH2601 (NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3) Solution treated and precipitation treated Bar and section De ? 200 mm for aerospace applications.




Standard NumberBS EN 4376:2016
TitleAerospace series. Heat resisting alloy NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 (2.4668) solution treated and precipitation treated. Bar and section, De ≤ 200 mm
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 March 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 2043, EN 4700-2, EN 4500-003, EN 4258
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 4376:2016
Draft Superseded By96/716611 DC
DescriptorsProof stress, Hardness, Rupture stress, Dimensions, Grain size, Heat treatment, Bars (materials), Tensile strength, Wrought alloys, Air transport engineering, Elongation, Solution heat treatment, Metal sections, Heat-resistant materials, Chemical composition, Mechanical properties of materials, Nickel alloys
ICS49.025.01
Title in FrenchSérie aérospatiale. Alliage résistant à chaud NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 (2.4668) mis en solution et précipté. Barres et profilés, De = 200 mm
Title in GermanLuft- und Raumfahrt. Hochwarmfeste Legierung NiCr19Fe19Nb5Mo3 (2.4668) lösungsgeglüht und ausgehärtet. Stangen und Profile, De = 200 mm
CommitteeACE/61/-/48
ISBN978 0 580 86340 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size977 KB
Price£110.00


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