Published: Jan 1984
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This paper discusses niobium in industrial applications. Niobium is principally used as an alloying element in specialty steels and superalloys and as a carbide in cutting tools for machinery. Niobium alloys containing tin or titanium have become the primary materials used in superconducting applications.
niobium, applications, fabrication, welding, corrosion resistance
Principal Metallurgical Engineer, Teledyne Wah Chang Albany, Albany, Ore.