Inconel 713

Inconel 713 | Inconel 713C | IN713C | Alloy 713LC | UNS N07713 | AMS 5377

Inconel 713C offers outstanding resistance to thermal fatigue and good castability while offering exceptional rupture strength at 1700°F (927°C). Inconel 713C is a nickel-chromium alloy that is ideally suited for jet engine gas turbine blades.

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF INCONEL 713C

  • Carbon 0.20
  • Manganese 1.0 max
  • Sulfur 0.015 max
  • Silicon 1.0 max
  • Chromium 11.0-14.0
  • Molybdenum 3.5-5.5
  • Titanium 0.25-1.25
  • Aluminum 5.5-6.5
  • Iron 5.0 max
  • Columbium + Ta 1.0-3.0
  • Nickel remainder

APPLICATIONS OF INCONEL 713C

  • Inconel 713C is most commonly used for jet engine gas turbine blades.

MACHINABILITY OF INCONEL 713C

  • Machine with single–point cemented tungsten-cobalt grade and tungsten-tantalum-cobalt grade tools or
  • High-speed tungsten-cobalt or molybdenum-tungsten-vanadium tools
  • Cutting lubricants:
    • Chlorinated, sulfurized  fatty mineral oil
    • Rich emulsion of 10 parts water and 1 part soluble oil
  • Surface and cylindrical grind with wheels:
    • Aluminum oxide
    • Vitrified bond of medium or soft hardness and medium open structure
    • Use 1 pound of sal soda with 25 gallons of water, or chemically active grinding coolant

WELDABILTIY OF INCONEL 713C

  • Inconel 713C can be used in applications using very low restraint
  • Use Inco-Weld A electrode
  • Flash-butt weld
  • Inconel 713C is also good for hydrogen-atmosphere brazing with normal high-heat brazing alloy with electroplated mating surfaces

 

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