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Novel approaches to improving high temperature corrosion resistance
Woodhead Publishing Ltd, May 2008, Pages: 648
High-temperature corrosion is a major problem affecting sectors such as the power generation, aerospace and metal-working industries. This important book summarises a wide range of research on ways of dealing with this important problem.
Part 1 Alloy modification: Designing oxidation-resistant alloys
- Performance of gas turbine seal materials in high temperature conditions
- The influence of alloying elements on corrosion of ferritic steels in combustion atmospheres
- Improving the metal dusting resistance of alloys.
Part 2 Surface treatment: Effect of gas composition on lifetime of surface treated alloys
- Novel diffusion coatings for ferritic-martensitic steels
- Steam oxidation and the creep strength of power station materials
- The errosion-corrosion resistance of aluminised and uncoated chromium ferritic steels
- New oxidation-resistant coatings for steam power plants.
Part 3 Test methods and surface conditions: Reliable assessment of high temperature oxidation resistance
- Cyclic oxidation test practice
- Analysing thermo-mechanical fatigue
- High-temperature corrosion life evaluation
- Hot erosion wear and carburisation
- Corrosion behaviour of boiler and waste incineration steels.
Part 4 Modelling: Modelling the in-service behaviour of boiler steels
- Modelling corrosion in heat exchangers
- Modelling oxidation of alloys at high temperatures.
Professor Dr-Ing Michael Schütze is Director of Karl-Winnacker-Institut der DECHEMA (The Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology) in Frankfurt, Germany. He is also President of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC) and Chair of EFC Working Party 3 (Corrosion by Hot Gases and Combustion Products). Dr Ir W J Quadakkers is head of the High Temperature Corrosion Section within the Institute of Energy Research at the Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany.