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Intermetallic Nickel-Titanium Alloys for Oil-Lubricated Bearing Applications - August 2009

C. Della Corte, S.V. Pepper, R. Noebe, D.R. Hull and G. Glennon

The article "Intermetallic Nickel-Titanium Alloys for Oil-Lubricated Bearing Applications" appeared in the August 2009 issue of Power Transmission Engineering.

Summary
Nitinol 60 (60NiTi), an intermetallic nickel-titanium alloy containing 60 wt % nickel and 40 wt % titanium, is shown to be a promising material for oil-lubricated, rolling and sliding contact applications such as bearings and gears.

Keywords
bearings, nickel, titanium

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