Alloyed is validating even higher temperature nickel alloys for a wide range of applications

Nickel’s high-temperature mechanical performance means it has been a mainstay of the jet engine and industrial gas turbine industry for eight decades, as well as finding its way into turbochargers and high-end exhaust systems. More recently, it has also gained a role in the battery technology enabling widespread electrification of ground transport.

Alloyed’s practice has focused on conventionally and single-crystal cast, forged, cast and wrought, and additively manufactured high-temperature applications, and members of the Alloyed team have been co-developers of alloys now in service — or shortly to enter service — in the aerospace, industrial, and automotive sectors.

Our Capabilities

Alloyed’s ABD® platform can apply a wide range of validated, proprietary physical models for the key mechanical characteristics of nickel to ranges of millions of different alloys simultaneously, for the purposes of rapid development, optimisation, or selection of optimal alloys. The team can also use related models to recommend ideal processing parameters for alloy components.


The team also has extensive experience in the use of accurate modelling to extrapolate scaled-up performance from lab-scale experimentation, and this enables low-cost, rapid validation of models and trials of new alloys, with a high degree of confidence that issues of large-scale processing — such as segregation — will have been addressed before investment in scale-up. It can conduct vacuum induction melting in its Rapid Alloy Research Centre, and has developed a network of partners for the production of scaled-up samples by a range of different processes

Our Proprietary Alloys

Alloyed has developed a range of nickel alloys for both traditional and additive processing which typically provide significant improvements in cost:performance over incumbent alloys for any given application.