By M. Schutze

ISBN-10: 1902653475

ISBN-13: 9781902653471

This e-book comprises papers awarded at a workshop held in Frankfurt am major, Germany in February 2001. The sections comprise papers on: alumina formers; iron oxide and chromia formers; composites and coatings; thermal barrier platforms; and common lifetime prediction methods

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E. 5 thickness) of the parameter n in a power law relationship describing the mass gain data during the oxidation of a range of commercial FeCrAl(RE) alloys in air at 1100-1300°C. through oxidation did not affect alloy creep properties significantly. Additionally, it should be recognised, that since specimens often bent, the length values given in Fig. 8, at best, were semi-quantitative, especially for specimens of the weakest alloy, Kanthal AF. 5 mm samples. 5 mm thick alloy, for 2 mm thick material it was within measurement error.

G. [3,5,8-10], and shown in a further example, Fig. 11. For further discussion of this life-limiting process it is again easier to describe separately the behaviour of foils and of thicker sections. There is also an underlying physical difference, as described below, in that [Alcrit] is thickness dependent. e. by definition chemical failure) chromia formed as an underlying layer, as was witnessed by a surface colour change from grey to green [10] (Figs 1, 2 and 12). This afforded pseudo-protection for a period until non-protective Fe/Cr oxide formation ensued as indicated by a rapid mass increase (Figs 2, 3, 4(a) and 5(a).

6 Kinetics of wedge crack growth under a 5 urn-thick alumina layer on Kanthal APM during cooling from 1100 °C at various rates. 44 Lifetime Modelling of High Temperature Corrosion Processes Here, ~ is the oxide thickness, Eox its Young's modulus, vox its Poisson's ratio and (=

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