Inconel 600

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What is Inconel 600

The Inconel 600 is a nickel-chromium based alloy also known as alloy 600 or UNS N06600. It is an oxidation and corrosion resistant alloy used in extreme environments at high temperatures and pressures. The Inconel composition is given below:

Ni + Co Cr Fe C Mn S Si Cu
72.0 min 14.0-17.0 6.0-10 0.15 max 1.00 Max 0.015 max 0.50 max 0.50 max

Mechanical Properties

The mechanical properties of this alloy is given for tension and compression tests considering temperature and strain rate.

Tensile Properties

Tensile properties of the Inconel 600 alloy are given below:

Strain Rate Sensitivity

Strain rate sensitivity of Inconel 600 at 1200F[1]

Temperature Sensitivity

Temperature sensitivity of Inconel 600 at 3e-5 strain rate[2]

Compression Properties

Compression deformation is one of the typical processes used during forming of metal parts. Thus understanding the properties of the Inconel 600 alloy is critical for the proper characterization of the properties of the final part.

Temperature sensitivity of Inconel 600 during compression testing at 2e-3 strain rate.[3]
Temperature sensitivity of Inconel 600 during compression testing at 2e-2 strain rate.[3]
Temperature sensitivity of Inconel 600 during compression testing at 2e-1 strain rate.[3]
Strain rate sensitivity of Inconel 600 during compression testing at 1600F.[3]

Fatigue Properties

Fatigue life of Inconel 600 at T>150oC. [4]
Fatigue life of Inconel 600 at T<150oC. [4]

Inconel 600 fatigue under 150C.png

References

  1. M. R. Hill, “Mechanical Properties Test Data for Structural Materials Quarterly Progress Report for Period Ending October 31, 1976”, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Dec. 1976. P 282.
  2. M. R. Hill, “Mechanical Properties Test Data for Structural Materials Quarterly Progress Report for Period Ending October 31, 1976”, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Dec. 1976. P 277.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 H. A. Kuhn, “Atlas of Formability-Inconel 600”, National Center for Excellence in Metalworking Technology, Feb. 1991.
  4. 4.0 4.1 J. Keisler. Et al., “Fatigue Strain-Life Behavior of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels, Austenitic Stainless Steels, and Alloy 600 in LWR Environments”, Argonne National Laboratory, August 1995.
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