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Statementedited by M. Schütze, W.J. Quadakkers and J. R. Nicholls.
SeriesEuropean Federation of Corrosion publications -- no. 34, Book -- 772, Book (Institute of Materials (London, England)) -- 772, Publications (European Federation of Corrosion) -- no. 34.
ContributionsSchütze, Michael., Quadakkers, W. J., Nicholls, J. R. 1948-, European Federation of Corrosion., Institute of Materials (London, England).
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Paginationxii, 445 p. :
Number of Pages445
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Open LibraryOL22469999M
ISBN 101902653475

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Modeling and lifetime prediction methods for nickel-base alloys. High temperature corrosion of structural metallic alloys in the primary coolant He of a high temperature reactor (HTR) Corrosion processes in molten salts. Review of molten salt corrosion data. Reviews the science and engineering of high-temperature corrosion and provides guidelines for selecting the best materials for an array of system processes High-temperature corrosion (HTC) is a widespread problem in an array of industries, including power generation, aerospace, automotive, and mineral and chemical processing, to name a few.

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Direct chemical reactions, not the electrochemical cell reaction, are responsible for the corrosion. @article{osti_, title = {High temperature corrosion of engineering alloys}, author = {Lai, G.Y.}, abstractNote = {This book describes a treatment of all forms of high temperature corrosion problems encountered in industry, especially gas turbine and aerospace; heat treating; mineral and metallurgical processing; ceramic, electronic and glass manufacturing; automotive; pulp and paper.

Coatings for turbine blades possess some attractive properties like oxidation and hot corrosion resistance, maintain their strength, cohesion and etc. High temperature damages divide in three general groups: High temperature corrosion type II (–°C), High temperature corrosion type I (–°C), Oxidation (°C and higher).

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19 Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Mild Steel S. Nesic. 20 High-Temperature Oxidation C. Sequeira. 21 Thermochemical Evaluation of Corrosion Product Stabilities for Alloys in Gases at High Temperature W.

Thompson, R. John, and A. Young. 22 A Procedure to Compute Equilibrium Gas-Phase Speciation for Use with Predominance. High-temperature corrosion mechanism and kinetics As discussed previously [14], if the diffusion process in the oxide is the rate-controlling step in high-temper- ature oxidation, then the oxidation rate obeys a pare- /91 $ + 9 Chapman and Hall Ltd.

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Contamination of combustion fuel in diesel engines can cause high-temperature corrosion.Nordgaard, A. and Soendvedt, T. () Mechanistic CO 2 corrosion modelling. Model formulation and comparisons with experiments up to 60 °C. Norsk Hydro Publication, Oil and Gas Division, Stabekk, Norway.

Patankar, S. V. () Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, Hemisphere publishing corporation, McGraw-Hill book company.The high-temperature materials degradation facilities enable a high degree of control for testing novel systems.

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