Specialized metallurgical processes – compositions for use therei – Processes – Free metal or alloy reductant contains magnesium
75124, 75126G, 148 37, C22C 3806
A ferritic stainless steel alloy is provided which is hot workable and is resistant to thermal cyclic oxidation and scaling at elevated temperatures. The iron-chromium-aluminum alloy contains cerium, lanthanum and other rare earths and is suitable for forming thereon an adherent textured aluminum oxide surface. An oxidation resistant catalytic substrate made from the alloy and a method of making the alloy are also provided.
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Borneman Paul R.
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation
Viccaro Patrick J.
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