High-Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion 2010

Volume 696

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.696

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Authors: David J. Young

Abstract: Wagner’s 1959 diffusion model of the internal oxidation process provided a method of predicting the rate at which a binary alloy was...

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Authors: Toshio Narita

Abstract: The concept of the diffusion barrier coating system (DBC system) is summarized and the latest results are presented. The DBC system is...

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Authors: Manfred Martin

Abstract: In oxides which are exposed to thermodynamic potential gradients, transport processes of the mobile components occur. These transport...

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Authors: Mitsutoshi Ueda, Kenichi Kawamura, Toshio Maruyama

Abstract: Void formation in a duplex scale formed on Fe-5Cr alloy at 773 K has been elucidated by oxygen chemical potential distribution, the flux of...

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Authors: Peggy Y. Hou

Abstract: The “reactive element effect”, modified from its earlier representation of the “rare earth effect”, is a well known term within the...

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Authors: Yoshitaka Nishiyama, Koji Moriguchi, Nobuo Otsuka

Abstract: Laboratory metal dusting test of several Ni binary alloys containing the representative element was conducted in a simulated syngas...

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Authors: Shigeji Taniguchi

Abstract: This small review deals mainly with three issues regarding the nature and protectiveness of alumina scales grown during high-temperature...

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Authors: Bruce A. Pint

Abstract: Alumina-forming alloys have been studied for over 50 years and are now needed for high efficiency power generation applications operating at...

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Authors: Shigenari Hayashi, Isao Saeki, Yoshitaka Nishiyama, Takashi Doi, Shoji Kyo, Masayuki Segawa

Abstract: Very thin Fe-coatings, ~50nm, were found to suppress metastable Al2O3 formation on Fe-50Al and Ni-50Al alloys in our...

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