Chromium Modified Copper-Nickel Alloys for Improved Seawater Impingement Resistance

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D. B. Anderson

The International Nickel Company, Inc., New York, N. Y.

F. A. Badia

The International Nickel Company, Inc., Suffern, N. Y.

J. Eng. Power 95(2), 132-135 (Apr 01, 1973) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.3445699 History: Online July 14, 2010


Two chromium modified copper-nickel alloys have been developed which provide exceptional levels of impingement corrosion resistance in flowing seawater systems. The new alloys retain all the unique characteristics which make the copper-nickel alloys particularly attractive for condenser tube applications. In addition, they provide improved performance capabilities at normal condenser tube flow velocities and significantly increase the upper velocity limit at which copper-nickel alloys can be used effectively.

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