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EP3431222A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3431222A1
Publication date: 2019-01-23
Application number: 18180426.1
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. A weld deposit formed from the welding filler metal has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). Also, a weld deposit and a method of forming a weld deposit comprising, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <8.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. The weld deposit has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt ...more ...less
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AU2015240681B2
Publication/Patent Number: AU2015240681B2
Publication date: 2018-05-10
Application number: 2015240681
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon,
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EP2121996B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP2121996B1
Publication date: 2017-11-15
Application number: 07864654.4
Filing date: 2007-11-20
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CN106457481A
Publication/Patent Number: CN106457481A
Publication date: 2017-02-22
Application number: 201580029132
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having
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US9815147B2
Publication/Patent Number: US9815147B2
Publication date: 2017-11-14
Application number: 14/677,277
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. A weld deposit formed from the welding filler metal has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). Also, a weld deposit and a method of forming a weld deposit comprising, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <8.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. The weld deposit has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% ...more ...less
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EP3126090A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3126090A1
Publication date: 2017-02-08
Application number: 15772300.8
Filing date: 2015-04-02
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KR20170021766A
Publication/Patent Number: KR20170021766A
Publication date: 2017-02-28
Application number: 20167030889
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: 17.0 내지 23.0%의 크롬
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EP3126090A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP3126090A4
Publication date: 2017-09-20
Application number: 15772300
Filing date: 2015-04-02
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US2016144461A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2016144461A1
Publication date: 2016-05-26
Application number: 14/948,883
Filing date: 2015-11-23
Abstract: A welding filler metal includes, by weight percent: chromium of at least 28.0% and at most 31.5%; niobium of at least 0.60%; tantalum of at least 0.010%; molybdenum of at least 1.0% and at most 7.0%; carbon of at least 0.040% and at most 0.09%; manganese of at most 1.0%; balance nickel and inevitable impurities, wherein the sum of niobium and tantalum is at least 2.2% and at most 4.0%. A welding filler metal consumable is made from the welding filler metal. A welding deposit is formed from the welding filler metal consumable. A weldment is formed using the welding filler metal consumable. A welding filler metal includes, by weight percent: chromium of at least 28.0% and at most 31.5%; niobium of at least 0.60%; tantalum of at least 0.010%; molybdenum of at least 1.0% and at most 7.0%; carbon of at least 0.040% and at most 0.09%; manganese of at most 1.0%; balance ...more ...less
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WO2016081940A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2016081940A1
Publication date: 2016-05-26
Application number: 2015062177
Filing date: 2015-11-23
Abstract: A welding filler metal includes
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KR101512202B1
Publication/Patent Number: KR101512202B1
Publication date: 2015-04-14
Application number: 20097010963
Filing date: 2007-11-20
Abstract: An alloy for use as a welding overlay for boiler tubes in a low NOx coal-fired boiler comprising in % by weight: 36 to 43% Cr
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WO2015153905A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2015153905A1
Publication date: 2015-10-08
Application number: 2015024138
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having
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CA2944880A1
Publication/Patent Number: CA2944880A1
Publication date: 2015-10-08
Application number: 2944880
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having
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US2015306710A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2015306710A1
Publication date: 2015-10-29
Application number: 14/677,277
Filing date: 2015-04-02
Abstract: A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. A weld deposit formed from the welding filler metal has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). Also, a weld deposit and a method of forming a weld deposit comprising, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <8.0% iron, <5.0% cobalt, and balance nickel wherein the nickel is 56.0-65.0%. The weld deposit has a minimum yield strength in the as-welded condition of at least 72 ksi (496 MPa). A welding filler metal or a welding filler metal product having, in weight percent: 17.0-23.0% chromium, 5.0-12.0% molybdenum, 3.0-11.0% tungsten, 3.0-5.0% niobium, 0-2.0% tantalum, 1.2-3.0% titanium, 0.005-1.50% aluminum, 0.0005-0.100% carbon, <2.0% iron, <5.0% ...more ...less
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CA2660107C
Publication/Patent Number: CA2660107C
Publication date: 2015-05-12
Application number: 2660107
Filing date: 2007-07-19
Abstract: A nickel
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CN101583731B
Publication/Patent Number: CN101583731B
Publication date: 2014-08-13
Application number: 200780043204
Filing date: 2007-11-20
Abstract: An alloy for use as a welding overlay for boiler tubes in a low NOx coal-fired boiler comprising in % by weight: 36 to 43% Cr
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KR101399795B1
Publication/Patent Number: KR101399795B1
Publication date: 2014-05-27
Application number: 20097002566
Filing date: 2007-07-19
Abstract: A nickel
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US8603389B2
Publication/Patent Number: US8603389B2
Publication date: 2013-12-10
Application number: 11/814,244
Filing date: 2006-01-25
Inventor: Kiser, Samuel D.  
Abstract: A Ni—Cr—Fe alloy in the form of a weld deposit, a welding electrode and flux and a method of welding utilizing the Ni—Cr—Fe alloy. The alloy comprises in % by weight: 27-31 Cr, 6-11 Fe, 0.01-0.04 C, 1.5-4 Mn, 1-3 Nb, up to 3 Ta, 1-3 (Nb+Ta), 0.01-0.50 Ti, 0.0003-0.02 Zr, 0.0005-0.004 B, <0.50 Si, 0.50 max Al, <0.50 Cu, <1.0 W, <1.0 Mo, <0.12 Co, <0.015 S, <0.015 P, 0.01 max Mg, balance Ni plus incidental additions and impurities. The welding method includes welding using a short arc wherein the distance from the electrode tip to the weld deposit is maintained at less than 0.125 inch. A Ni—Cr—Fe alloy in the form of a weld deposit, a welding electrode and flux and a method of welding utilizing the Ni—Cr—Fe alloy. The alloy comprises in % by weight: 27-31 Cr, 6-11 Fe, 0.01-0.04 C, 1.5-4 Mn, 1-3 Nb, up to 3 Ta, 1-3 (Nb+Ta), 0.01-0.50 ...more ...less
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KR101252478B1
Publication/Patent Number: KR101252478B1
Publication date: 2013-04-10
Application number: 20077018788
Filing date: 2006-01-25
Inventor: Kiser, Samuel D  
Abstract: A Ni-Cr-Fe alloy in the form of a weld deposit