Stoichiometric (NiTa) superalloys have lately acquired acceptability as an alternative to traditional current-generation alloys for applications requiring biomaterials. This is because to the high melting points and corrosion resistance of Ni and Ta. Nickel-based superalloys are highly prized in particular technological applications due to their outstanding mechanical properties that need heat and corrosion resistance. They are utilized to resist applications at temperatures above 80% of their initial melting points more than any other family of technical alloys. Due to tantalum's high melting point and ability to store and release electric charges, high-tech industries are interested in it. During the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, electronics have become a requirement of daily existence. Many materials still corrode and are not heat resistant, including those used in heat exchangers, steam boiler tubes, missile and airplane parts, turbine engine parts, and other elements. According to research, NiTa alloys perform better in terms of mechanical and tribological qualities than a number of typical alloys. Finally, this research is provided in order to assess how NiTa alloy has evolved. in order to increase the rigid dynamic structure's sensitivity to vibration.