2 edition of Erosion of iron-chromium alloys by glass particles found in the catalog.
Erosion of iron-chromium alloys by glass particles
1984 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Joshua Salik and Donald H. Buckley|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2354|
|Contributions||Buckley, Donald H, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
Austenitic nickel-iron-chromium based superalloys are materials of choice for high temperature applications as they provide high temperature creep resistance associated with a suitable oxidation behavior in the temperature range of °C. However, these properties are not sufficient for applications as Steam Methane Reformer (SMR). As a consequence, aluminum Cited by: 2. Iron-chromium-nickel heat resistant alloys. United States Patent Abstract: Modified ACI-type alloys having creep rupture strengths higher than such alloys which retain the resistance to hot tearing or cracking during casting or welding as is associated with the standard ACI alloy counterparts of such modified alloys. Materials, alloys and specimens The starting materials used for the investigation were puremetals:powderofcarbonyliron(mass%Fe), platelets of electrolytic-grade chromium ( mass% Cr) and an aluminium slab ( mass% Al). The iron-chromium alloys were prepared under ar-gon in a conventional arc-melting furnace with a non-.
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Erosion of iron-chromium alloys by glass particles. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document.
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Stainless steel: is a family of iron-based alloys that contain a minimum of approximately 11% chromium: 3 a composition that prevents the iron from rusting, as well as providing heat-resistant properties.: 3 Different types of stainless steel include the elements carbon (from % to greater than %), nitrogen, aluminum, silicon, sulfur, titanium, nickel, copper, selenium, niobium.
A metal (from Greek μέταλλον métallon, "mine, quarry, metal") is a material that, when freshly prepared, polished, or fractured, shows a lustrous appearance, and conducts electricity and heat relatively well.
Metals are typically malleable (they can be hammered into thin sheets) or ductile (can be drawn into wires). A metal may be a chemical element such as iron; an alloy such as. shear the metal has, the higher is the coefficient of adhesive friction, the greater is the metal transfer to silicon carbide, and the rougher is the wear scar on the surface of the metal.
Abrasive wear and friction are strongly related to the shear strength of the bulk metal (ref. The coefficient of friction and the wear volume decrease linearly as theCited by: 6. Intergranular corrosion (Fig. 2) occurs when metal on or adjacent to grain boundaries dissolves, or corrodes preferentially to grain grain boundary region acts as an anode with the grain interior being a cathode, forming a galvanic cell (see schematic in Fig.
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One embodiment provides a composition, comprising: a powder composition comprising alloy that is at least partially amorphous, the alloy comprising chromium, molybdenum, carbon, boron, and iron. One embodiment provides a method of forming a coating, comprising: providing a substrate; and disposing onto the substrate a coating, comprising: powder composition comprising an Cited by: Full text of "The Alloys Of Iron And Chromium Vol I" See other formats.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Small angle neutron scattering was used to study the precipitation in two iron–chromium–aluminium alloys of similar composition, the main difference being the addition of yttrium to one alloy.
chromium white irons [45, 46]. In hypoeutectic alloys, around the very fine inclusions of cerium, the carbide particles rich in chromium were formed. The carbide particles can act as the heterogeneous nuclei of austenitic dendrites to enhance nucleation or interfere with their growth and improve the refinement of primary dendrites .
The activity of chromium in molten Fe-Cr-C satd. alloy has been measured at temperatures ranging from to K by a chemical equilibrium technique. There is little temperature dependence of the activiy of chronium in the region of low chromium contents by weight, and the activity coefficient of chromium decreases as the chromium content by: 8.
oxygen. In the present work, the investigation on the oxidation of iron-chromium and iron-vanadium molten alloys under CO2-O2 mixtures was carried out and presented in this dissertation. For oxidation study on Fe-Cr molten alloy with CO2-O2 mixtures, on the basis of thermodynamic analysis, energy balance calculation and modeling results.
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Iron is a versatile element used all around us every day. This is a list of iron alloys. Included are various types of iron and steel. Presenter: Wayne Niemeyer, Senior Research Scientist, McCrone Associates Corrosion of metals resulting in some sort of a failure mode has been a constant challenge for decades.
Corrosion attack can take several forms; this presentation discusses two interesting cases: a severe intergranular corrosion attack on stainless steel tubing resulting in. Alloying Elements in Stainless Steel and Other Chromium-Containing Alloys by Pierre-Jean Cunat Pure iron is too soft to be used for the purpose of structure, but the addition of small quantities of other elements (carbon, manga-nese or silicon for instance) greatly increases its mechanical strength.
This is because theFile Size: KB. One embodiment provides a composition, comprising: a powder composition comprising alloy that is at least partially amorphous, the alloy comprising chromium, molybdenum, carbon, boron, and iron. One embodiment provides a method of forming a coating, comprising: providing a substrate; and disposing onto the substrate a coating, comprising: powder composition comprising an.
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The kinetics and the mechanism of sulfurization of Fe-Cr alloys containing from to 74 at. % Cr were studied in the temperature range –°C.
The sulfurization was conducted in sulfur vapor at atmospheric pressure. The reaction rate was determined by the continuous gravimetric method.
The scale composition was studied by X-ray and electron Cited by: Chromium is a lightweight blue-silvery white metal. The name chromium comes from the Greek "chroma" and means to its very high corrosion resistance against many different acids and bases as well as hot gases, chromium is a popular material for all types of protective coating.
In combustion equipment, chromium is used as a wear-resistant coating to increase Atomic mass: AbstractThe efficiency of industry depends upon the working conditions of the equipment and components used in the industrial process.
The biggest problems faced by the industries are the problems of erosion and corrosion. The harmful effects of corrosion will lead to material loss, which results from the degradation of the equipment.
The degradation of the Cited by: 3. B Standard Specification for Nickel-Iron-Chromium-Silicon Alloys (UNS N and N) Seamless Pipe and Tube; B Standard Specification for Nickel-Iron-Chromium-Silicon Alloys (UNS N and N) Plate, Sheet, and Strip; B() Standard Practice for Rating of Electroplated Panels Subjected to Atmospheric Exposure.
The design of iron-chromium-nickel alloys for use at high temperatures ought to be based on a knowledge of the alloy compositions that will give rise to a Cited by: RECENT results1 show that for the oxidation of iron–chromium alloys containing 16–38 per cent chromium, in oxygen at atmospheric pressure, the process is controlled by diffusion during the.
Uses of commercial purity nickel are relatively restricted; however, an enormous range of nickel alloys is available, the most important being nickel-copper alloys, and nickel-chromium (and nickel-iron-chromium) alloys, many of which contain other alloying elements such as titanium, aluminum and molybdenum.
Austenitic stainless steel alloys Steels for ultra-high vacuum and cryogenics Stainless steel was discovered by Harry Brearly from Sheffield, England; inwhile experimenting with steel rods for firearms, he discovered that one of his steel specimen with % chromium and a relatively high (%) carbon content, did not get rusty when.
Translucent Materials Glass Plastic Metals acid oxidation erosion must be inhibited: within a particular area, no rainwater can subsequently flow over baser metals, as more noble metals higher. A Comparative EIS Study of Passive Layers Formed on Iron and Iron-Chromium Alloys p AC Impedance on Marine Sacrificial Anodes Home Materials Science Forum Electrochemical Methods in Corrosion Research V A Comparative EIS Study of Passive Layers Formed Author: Elida B.
Castro, Jorge R. Vilche, C.L.F. Oliveira. Reports, articles and other documents harvested from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) is the Department of Energy (DOE) office that collects, preserves, and disseminates DOE-sponsored research and development (R&D) results that are the outcomes of R&D projects or other funded activities at Cited by: 1.
Features of Rare earth alloy wear-resistant high chromium cast iron pipes: Pressure is high. Applicable to any pressure level. Use in conjunction with the outer lining tight, using a special process to form a connection between the composite layer solution to ensure the reliability of operation, has good resistance to mechanical shock, thermal shock resistance, easy.
dioxide forming alloys are also presented. Keywords: Nanocrystalline, Rare earth oxide, Oxidation, Iron-chromium alloy.
Introduction Alloys for use at high temperatures often rely on the formation of protective layers of chromium dioxide or alumina.
The use of reactive elements, mainly rare earths (RE) to improve high temperature. Metals and alloys have been widely used as biomaterials providing the mechanical strength and corrosion resistance required.
Biomaterials are generally made of one of these three types of materials: austenitic stainless steel, chromium-cobalt alloys, and titanium and its alloys. Oral environment is suitable for the formation of corrosion by: 7. Download Steel and Manufacturing Handbook.
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Mouche, Xiaochun Han, Brent J. Heuser, Kiran K. Mandapaka, Gary S. WasCited by:. This chapter of the book presents the basis of classical powder metallurgy technologies and discusses powder fabrication, preparation, preliminary moulding, sintering and finish treatment operations.
A general description of the materials and products manufactured with the classical powder metallurgy methods is presented. New variants are characterised along with special Cited by: 5.Phase Diagrams Iron-Chromium (Fe-Cr) Phase Diagram. In pure iron, the A 4 ( °C) and A 3 ( °C) transformations take place at constant temperatures.
If an element enters into solid solution in iron — forming in that way a binary alloy — each of these transformations are required by the Phase Rule to occur over a range of temperature.Asm Metals Hand Book Volume 9 - Metallography And Microstructures - ID:5cbff23e4d.
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