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Oxidation of high-temperature intermetallics

Workshop on the Oxidation of High-Temperature Intermetallics (1988 Cleveland, Ohio)

Oxidation of high-temperature intermetallics

proceedings of the Workshop on the Oxidation of High-Temperature Intermetallics, held in Cleveland, Ohio, September 22-23, 1988 ...

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Published by Minerals, Metals & Materials Society in Warrendale, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corrosion and anti-corrosives -- Congresses.,
  • Heat resistant alloys -- Corrosion -- Congresses.,
  • Intermetallic compounds -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Toni Grobstein and Joseph Doychak.
    ContributionsGrobstein, Toni., Doychak, Joseph K., ASM International. Cleveland Chapter., Lewis Research Center.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA462 .W625 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 295 p. :
    Number of Pages295
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2065582M
    ISBN 100873390857
    LC Control Number88062445

    @article{osti_, title = {Accelerated oxidation, internal oxidation, intergranular oxidation, and pesting of intermetallic compounds}, author = {Grabke, H J and Meier, G H}, abstractNote = {The compounds MoSi{sub 2}, NiAl, and NbAl{sub 3} all form protective oxide films, particularly at high temperatures where the diffusion of Si or Al is more rapid and, for the case of MoSi{sub . Figure illustrates the high temperature oxidation behaviour of an aluminide diffusion coating made of an (Fe,Cr) 3 Al and (Fe,Cr)Al mixture and performed on an Fe–30Cr model alloy [].The isothermal tests show the beneficial effect of the coating, but the cyclic experiment evidences spallation of the alumina scale after around 25 cycles (as shown by the deviation .


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Oxidation of High Temperature Intermetallics. by Toni Grobstein (Author), Joseph Doychak (Editor) ISBN ISBN Cited by:   Oxidation and corrosion resistance are as important for the current applications of these materials as mechanical properties.

This book gives a sound review of the present knowledge of the oxidation kinetics and mechanisms of intermetallics. High‐Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion of Intermetallics M. Brady Alloying Behavior and Design Group, Corrosion Science and Tech.

Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. BoxMail StopOak Ridge, USA, TN ‐Cited by:   book review A review of: “ OXIDATION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE INTERMETALLICS ” edited by T. Grobstein and J. Doychak TMS, Warrendale, Pennsylvania pages, hardcover, T.S.

Srivatsan Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, Author: T.S. Srivatsan. The last decade has seen efforts made in the research and development of intermetallic compounds to attain improved high temperature strength and low temperature ductility.

This book gives a review of contemporary knowledge of the oxidation kinetics and mechanisms of intermetallics.

I learn by example, and I think this book could use more numerical examples with concrete equations. I would recommend pairing it with David Young's "High Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion of Metals" for an awesome book combination to well learn about high temperature oxidation and corrosion by: Oxidation of high-temperature intermetallics book Get this from a library.

Oxidation of high-temperature intermetallics: proceedings of the Workshop on the Oxidation of High-Temperature Intermetallics, held in Cleveland, Ohio, September[Toni Grobstein; Joseph K Doychak; ASM International.

Cleveland Chapter.; Lewis Research Center.;]. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew by: Part I: Intermetallics Modeling of Combined High‐Temperature Oxidation and Nitridation under Isothermal and Thermal‐Cycling Conditions (Pages: ) Andreas Schimke.

Hypersonic flight involves extremely high velocities and gas temperatures with the attendant necessity for thermal protection systems (TPS). New high temperature materials are needed for these TPS systems.

A systematic investigation of the thermodynamics of potential materials revealed that low oxidation rate materials, which form pure scales of SiO2, Al2O3, Cited by: 'The authors have written an excellent book reflecting their expertise and enthusiasm.

Throughout the text they diligently present examples of various aspects of high temperature oxidation of metals and alloys, and provide references to reviews for interested readers.

A good balance is maintained between comprehensive and informative content.'Author: Neil Birks, Gerald H. Oxidation of high-temperature intermetallics book Meier, Frederick S.

Pettit. The book begins with two plenary lectures on predicting internal oxidation and a compatible coating system. Later sections cover fundamentals, mechanical properties, high-temperature corrosion in aggressive environments, protective coatings, and high-temperature corrosion of intermetallics and : Toshio Maruyama.

Oxidation and Environmental Embrittlement. Elevated–temperature environmental embrittlement and alloy design of L12 ordered intermetallics. The oxidation behavior of intermetallic compounds Book Edition: 1. Ceramics, Refractory Intermetallics & Composites Need for Coatings References Chapter 4.

Oxidation Oxidation Process Oxidation Testing and Evaluation Oxidation of Alloys Role of Specific Alloying Constituents Oxidation in the Presence of Water vapor Oxidation of Polycrystalline Alloys versus Single Crystals.

An intensive experimental study was made of the cyclic oxidation behaviors of NiTiNb alloys (0–7 at.% Nb) with single B2 phase at elevated temperatures of °C and °C in by: High Temperature Oxidation of Superalloys and Intermetallic Compounds Article (PDF Available) February with 85 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

High temperature corrosion of intermetallics. In order to estimate the high temperature oxidation resistance of Inconel alloy at various temperatures, the oxidation weight gain of. The high temperature oxidation behaviour of the alloys was also evaluated by studying the oxide scale forming at T = K.

For comparison purposes, oxidation studies were also performed on MoSi 2 which was used as the reference by: High-temperature oxidation resistance relies on the borosilicate-matrix scale.

Abstract Three Mo–Ti–Si–B-based alloys with the compositions of 35Mo–35Ti–20Si–10B, 35Mo–35Ti–15Si–10B–5Al and Mo–Ti–20Si–10B–5Cr (at.%) were designed and produced by arc-melting in argon atmosphere, and their oxidation behavior was investigated at Author: Mi Zhao, Boyang Xu, Yuman Shao, Jingfan Liang, Shusen Wu, Youwei Yan.

Introduction. The increasing demand for more efficient automotive or jet engines triggers the replacement of currently used heavy Ni- or Co-based superalloys by light-weight TiAl alloys with only half the specific weight (ca.

4 g/cm³) and promising high-temperature properties.Incast TiAl blades were introduced to the low pressure turbine in General Electric's GEnX jet Cited by: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).This volume contains 80 selected peer-reviewed papers, divided into the sections: Fundamentals of High-Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion, Steam Oxidation and Influence of Hydrogen, Protective Coatings and Surface Treatments, Mechanical and Chemical Aspects of Scale Adhesion, Corrosion in Incinerators and Metal Dusting and Oxidation.

Potentials of intermetallics for high temperatures were realized in the early s. But initial attempts from time to time failed due to inadequate ductility as well as poor high-temperature.

Oxidation of intermetallics is one of the key obstacles to the use of this class of materials. Much of the work on intermetallics for high temperature applications has focused on aluminide compounds which contain enough A1 that they might oxidize to form a protective alumina scale.

The oxidation behavior of Fe3Al and Fe3Al–Zr intermetallic compounds was tested in synthetic air in the temperature range – °C. The addition of Zr showed a significant effect on the.

High temperature corrosion of intermetallics. Li, Zhengwei and Wei Gao. Nova Science Publishers pages $ Paperback. Oxidation behaviour of Fe–40 at.-% Al intermetallics with Li or Cu additions at high temperature. Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology: Vol. 52, No. 5, pp. Cited by: 1.

The high temperature air oxidation of titanium aluminide intermetallics with small additions of silicon, niobium and a combination of silicon and niobium was studied in a temperature range between and K.

There was less weight gain when silicon and niobium were added individually. The combination of silicon and niobium resulted in much better oxidation Cited by:   Abstract. The oxidation behavior of Fe 3 Al and Fe 3 Al–Zr intermetallic compounds was tested in synthetic air in the temperature range – °C.

The addition of Zr showed a significant effect on the high-temperature oxidation behavior. The total weight gain after h oxidation of Fe 3 Al at °C was around three times more than that for Fe 3 Cited by: High temperature oxidation behavior of NiTiNb intermetallic alloys Article in Intermetallics 15(8) August with 40 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

It discusses the high-temperature corrosion properties of intermetallics and aqueous corrosion properties. Thermodynamic principles in the context of high-temperature corrosion and information on oxidation; sulfidation; hot corrosion of NiAl- FeAl- and TiAl-based intermetallics; and silicides are included.

Karl‐Winnacker‐Institut der DECHEMA e.V., Theodor‐Heuss‐Al Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Search for more papers by this author.

This book is concerned with providing a fundamental basis for understanding the alloy-gas oxidation and corrosion reactions observed in practice and in the laboratory. Starting with a review of the enabling thermodynamic and kinetic theory, it analyzes reacting systems of increasing complexity.

It considers in turn corrosion of a pure metal by a single oxidant and by. Preface p. ix Glossary of Symbols p. xiii Abbreviations and Acronyms p. xvii 1 The Nature of High Temperature Oxidation p. 1 Metal Loss Due to the Scaling of Steel p.

1 Heating Elements p. 4 Protecting Turbine Engine Components p. 5 Hydrocarbon Cracking Furnaces p. 9 Prediction and Measurement p. 10 Rate Equations p. 15 Reaction /5(2). In the present contribution some generalaspects of high temperature oxidation of Ti-Al-based intermetallics will be presented.

This will be followed by a discussion of the influence of alloying elements, in particular niobium, and of the effect of nitrogen in the oxidizing environment on the high temperature oxidation behaviour of such : Stroosnijder Marinus frederik.

Oxidative vaporization of simulated fission-produced noble metal alloys (T. Matsui et al.) High Temperature Corrosion of Protective Coatings and Intermetallics. The influence of oxidation on the sliding friction and wear of ceramic-coated steel Book Edition: 1.

ChemInform Abstract: High-Temperature Oxidation of LnCu2 Intermetallics and Their Catalytic Behavior in 4-Methylpentanol Decomposition. ChemInform26 (34), no-no. DOI: /chinCited by: The isothermal oxidation of FeAl-5Cr (at%) intermetallic alloy microalloyed with Zr and B (Cited by: 8.

The investigation of high-temperature oxidation takes many forms. Usually one is interested in the oxidation kinetics. Additionally, one is also interested in the nature of the oxidation process, i.e., the oxidation mechanism. Figure is a simple schematic of the cross-section of an oxide formed on the surface of a metal or alloy.

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High Temperature Aluminides and Intermetallics ISBN Cited by:   The oxidation behavior of Ti36Al, Ti35AlC, Ti35AlVC, and Ti35 Al-5NbC (mass-%) in air and oxygen has been studied between and °C with the major emphasis at °C. Generally an oxide scale consisting of two layers, an outward- and an inward-growing layer, formed.

The outward-growing part of the scale consisted mainly of TiO2 (rutile), Cited by:. Development of oxidation resistant high temperature NbTiAl alloys and intermetallics M. Allouard, Y. Bienvenu, L.

Naz6 and C.B. Bracho-Troconis Ecole des Mines de Paris, Centre des Matkriaux P.M. Fourt, Bl? 87, Evry Cedex, France Abstract.The oxidation behavior of three Nb-Si-based alloys were evaluated at intermediate ( °C) and high ( °C) temperatures for h in air.

At °C, the NbTiSiCr-2Al-2Hf (at. %) alloy suffered from catastrophic pest oxidation. This pest phenomenon was suppressed by the addition of Sn. However, Ta addition protected the Nb-Si-based alloys from pest oxidation for Author: Jianyong Yang, Guanqun Zhuo, Kaiyong Jiang, Xinghan Zhu, Linfen Su.Oxidation of advanced intermetallic compounds N.

Bornstein To cite this version: disilicide offer high temperature strength and oxidation resistance. Thus the objective of It is quite clear that the area of oxidation of titanium base intermetallics is .