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Monel

What is Monel?
Monel is an alloy (i.e. combination of two or more elements of which at least one is a metal, and where the resultant material has metallic properties). It is based on nickel (65-70%) and copper (20-29%) and also contains iron and manganese (5%) and other compounds.

Monel was discovered by Robert Crooks Stanley who worked for the International Nickel Company (INCO) in 1901. The new alloy was named in honor of the president of the company, Ambrose Monell.

Monel is a trademark of Special Metals Corporation

There are different commercial types of Monel such as Alloy 400, Alloy 401, Alloy R-405, Alloy 450, Alloy K-500, Monel 404 Copper-Nickel Alloy. Standard product forms are round, hexagon, flats, forging stock, pipe, tube, plate, sheet, strip, and wire.

Characteristics of Monel
- Highly resistant to corrosion. Monel is well known as a corrosion strong, rust-resistant material. It is resistant to corrosion and acids, and some alloys can withstand a fire in pure oxygen.
- Stronger than steel
- Malleable
- Low coefficient of thermal expansion
- Highly resistant to alkalis
- It can be welded, brazed and soldered



Market applications
Monel is used for marine engineering, chemical and hydrocarbon processing equipment, valves, pumps, shafts, fittings, fasteners, and heat exchangers. It is also used as part of metal instruments and frames of eyeglasses.

In 1950's Monel started to be replaced by stainless steel which could produce the same forms at a lower cost (due to use of less nickel).

Material notes
Typical Monel 400 has the following composition in weight (%).

C Max 0.3
Cu 28 - 34
Fe Max 2.5
Mn Max 2
Ni Min 63
S Max 0.024
Si Max 0.5

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Tensile strength, Ultimate 550 Mpa
Tensile strength, Yield 240 Mpa
Elongation at Break 48%
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
Electrical Resistance 5.47e-005 ohm-cm
Curie Temperature (the temperature above which a ferromagnetic substance loses its ferromagnetism) 35°C
THERMAL PROPERTIES
CTE, linear 20°C 13.9 µm/m-°C
Heat Capacity 0.427 J/g-°C
Thermal Conductivity 21.8 W/m-K
Melting Point 1300 - 1350 °C
Solidus 1300 °C
Liquidus 1350 °C

Fuente: Matweb

Elements of the periodic table

Other materials:

Stainless Steel

Teflon

Polypropylene

Glass

PVC Polyvinyl Chloride

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