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Mechanism of strength degradation for hot corrosion of [alpha]-SiC

Mechanism of strength degradation for hot corrosion of [alpha]-SiC

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corrosion and anti-corrosives.,
  • Fracture mechanics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames L. Smialek and Nathan S. Jacobson.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 87052.
    ContributionsJacobson, Nathan S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15294795M

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Mechanism of strength degradation for hot corrosion of [alpha]-SiC Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The excellent combination of high-temperature strength and lightweight properties makes titanium-base alloys attractive for high-temperature applications in aircraft engines.

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Progress in modelling based on thermodynamics, kinetics and regression analysis of prior data to simultaneously predict strength and environmental resistance has been limited since the strengthening and environmental degradation are distinctly separate by: The metals and alloys are prone to high-temperature oxidation and hot corrosion under severe environmental conditions.

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•Task Fundamentals of degradation mechanisms of coated materials in aluminum liquid metal alloys (LMA). •Task Fundamentals of hot corrosion mechanisms of coated materials in molten salts. •Task Perform flow assisted corrosion tests and develop mechanistic corrosion model for alloys in s-CO2 in the presence of.

A deep understanding of degradation mechanisms of metals is crucial for developing new materials with high performance. Within the different families of stainless steels, martensitic stainless steels are widely used in a great variety of industrial applications where mechanical properties, such as strength, wear resistance and fatigue behavior, need to be high.

This chapter explains the brief understanding of the high‐temperature oxidation of pure metals such as iron, copper and zinc. Effect of crystal structure from fcc to bcc and hcp on the role of high‐temperature oxidation is described briefly.

Simultaneously, the effect of grain size of these metals and grain boundary displacement during oxidation process are described very clearly. HOT CORROSION BEHAVIOUR OF PT-ALLOYS 83 employed to study and evaluate the corrosion mechanism of the investigated alloys.

Crucible test For the. Figure The overall mechanism of flow-accelerated corrosion. 38 Figure Examples of transgrannular (TGSCC) (a) and intergrannular (IGSCC) (b) stress corrosion cracking in stainless steel and brass respectively (after Fontana ).

42 Figure   The Pb-induced stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of steam generator (SG) tubes is considered to be related to the degradation of the passive films. 1 It was reported that the presence of lead could incorporate into the passive films 2 and reduce the passive film thickness, 3 resulting in a significant deleterious impact in the passive region.

corrosion. This form of corrosion must be excluded right from the start through design considerations and use of the right material. In addition, pitting corrosion can often be the starting point for more severe forms of corrosion such as stress corrosion cracking (see section „Stress corrosion cracking (SCC)“).

titanium in hot 40% H 2SO 4, with the formation of Ti4+ aquo cations, conforms to both definitions of corrosion, but if the potential of the metal is raised (anodicprotection), athinadherentprotectivefilmof anatase, TiO 2, is formed, which isolates the metal from the acid so that the rate of corrosion is enor-mously decreased.

The formation of. Depending on the temperature, three accelerated degradation processes occur which can be divided into three categories according to increase in temperature: type II hot corrosion, type I hot corrosion, and oxidation (see Figure 1). Hot corrosion type II: this type of hot corrosion occurs between and o C.

This phenomenon forms sulfates from the substrate at a certain partial. For each form of corrosion, the mechanism and most severe environment are reported according to the current understanding.

Titanium may suffer crevice corrosion in hot chloride solutions. In fact, Beta phase is known to have much higher hydrogen diffusivity then alpha phase, and also higher hydrogen solubility than alpha phase (at. Mechanism • The anodic reaction in the corrosion process is always the oxidation reaction: M = M+ + e (1) • In acidic environments, i.e., pH7, reduction of dissolved oxygen is the predominant cathodic.

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Multi-pass hot rolling was performed on bi-modal Ti alloy with 50% rolling reduction at °C. Mechanical properties were evaluated by tensile test, and microstructure evolution was characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM).

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In this paper, phenomena of general corrosion are assumed to be the results of three sequential processes: degradation of paint coatings, generation of pitting point, and progress of pitting point. A consistent corrosion model is proposed which can evaluate the generation and progress of corrosion quantitatively by introducing appropriate.

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However, even the best catalysts that have been obtained to date, which are based on palladium, are not. Hot stamping of sheet metal is an established method for the manufacturing of light weight products with tailored properties.

However, the generally-applied continuous roller furnace manifests two crucial disadvantages: the overall process time is long and a local setting of mechanical properties is only feasible through special cooling techniques. M olecular degradation is a leading cause of plastic component failure, with a study indicating that 17% of plastic failures are associated with a degradation mechanism.

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Corrosion of the infrastructure used in the pulping and paper industry, is another serious problem for corrosion specialists. The wide experience, gathered from cases of corrosion in the various infrastructure components of the paper industry, has provided an extensive literature on mechanisms, types and control of corrosion in this environment.

The degradation mechanism may seem. resistance to corrosion, installation advantages and overall cost benefits, plastic piping materials have quickly become the material of choice in this.

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Corrosion and dissolution of the steel coating, not adhesive degradation, is the primary mechanism leading to the loss of. Corrosion accidents due to external corrosion, % Corrosion accidents due to internal corrosion, % Corrosion accidents cause not specified, % Source: Ref 6 Table 2 Chemical and tensile requirements of common long seam welded line pipe steels Grade Composition, wt% max Yield strength minimum Ultimate.

Introduce of pitting corrosion Alloying metallic elements added during the making of the steel increase corrosion resistance, hardness, or strength. The metals used most commonly as alloying elements in stainless steel include chromium, nickel, and molybdenum.

Due to the alloy contains. A sever degradation and poor hot corrosion resistance was detected by the uncoated sample, while the siliconized coated sample possessed high corrosion resistance.

It was figured out that the high hot corrosion resistance of the coated sample was due to the formation of SiO 2 protective scale in the surface layer which protects the substrate. This was the reason for systematically examining and determining relations between hot crack sensibility, corrosion resistance and impact strength of over-alloyed weld metals in dependence on.

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Other factors with an influence on the lifetime are hot corrosion mechanisms by sulfur, calcium, or vanadium deposits on the coatings that can reduce the lifetime, often by reacting with the stabilizers (e.g., yttrium), thereby destroying the resistance against phase transformation of the zirconia.

When the ceramic scale remains intact, in. Corrosion is a natural process that converts a refined metal into a more chemically stable form such as oxide, hydroxide, or is the gradual destruction of materials (usually a metal) by chemical and/or electrochemical reaction with their environment.

Corrosion engineering is the field dedicated to controlling and preventing corrosion. literature as a cause of corrosion of metals in concrete than chlo-ride ions.

The mechanism by which chlorides promote corrosion is not entirely understood, but the most popular theory is that chloride ions penetrate the protective oxide film easier than do other ions, leaving the steel vulnerable to corrosion. Corrosion is usually defined as the degradation of metals due to an electrochemical process.

The formation of rust on iron, tarnish on silver, and the blue-green patina that develops on copper are all examples of corrosion. The total cost of corrosion in the United States is significant, with estimates in excess of half a trillion dollars a year.

The most common cause of steel corrosion is chloride ingress (see Corrosion of Embedded Metals). Any reinforced concrete exposed to moisture and external chlorides, be it from seawater or deicer salts, is considered to be in a severe corrosion environment.

This condition requires a minimum design strength of 5, psi and a maximum w/cm of Physics of failure is a technique under the practice of reliability design that leverages the knowledge and understanding of the processes and mechanisms that induce failure to predict reliability and improve product performance.

Other definitions of Physics of Failure include: A science-based approach to reliability that uses modeling and simulation to design-in reliability.

As the corrosion time is increased, the surface ultrasonic velocity of Group C exhibits a decreasing trend and it is much lower compare to the results from Groups A and B. At the corrosion time of days, the surface velocities of Groups A, B, and C are, and km/s, respectively, decreased by %, %, and %.