Protective Systems for High Temperature Applications

Protective Systems for High Temperature Applications

This book is a review of corrosion and thermal protection topics associated with coatings applied in high temperature applications, namely catalytic converters, combustion and steam environments, and gas turbines.

Author: M. Schutze

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 113811636X

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Page: 417

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Recent initiatives and developments in high temperature technology aim at the exploitation of fuels end processes at the edge of present materials capabilities, driving service temperatures higher and operating within ever more aggressive environmental conditions. The major driving force behind this trend is increased efficiencies and further growing efforts in environmental protection. The key to reliable operation of components for sufficiently long service periods to a large extent lies in the high temperature properties of the materials used, with high temperature corrosion resistance as the major life and performance-limiting factor. As conventional alloy design invariably leads to a compromise between mechanical strength and corrosion resistance industry has turned to coatings to provide improved materials performance. Consequently there is extensive worldwide activity to develop high performance protective coating systems, to prevent or minimise damage by corrosion, as well as by abrasion, wear and erosion at elevated temperature. Many of these systems (which may consist of surface modified bulk materials or genuine coating systems and in some cases also of special alloy approaches) are based on systematic development starting from present theoretical understanding including laboratory data and ending up in tailor-made solutions for industrial applications.
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Corrosion Performance of Metals for the Marine Environment EFC 63

Corrosion Performance of Metals for the Marine Environment EFC 63

Olive on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 52 Progress in corrosion – the first 50 years of the EFC Edited ... A. Molander 57 Protective systems for high temperature applications: from theory to xiv Volumes in the EFC series.

Author: Roger Francis

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000053982

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 108

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Engineers with an interest in the marine environment can take advantage of many years of accumulated corrosion experience in a quick and concise manner with this publication. It covers the corrosion behavior in sea water of steel, stainless steel and cast iron as well as alloys of copper, aluminum, nickel and titanium. Applications, commonly-used alloy compositions and mechanical properties are also covered for each alloy system, plus a special section is devoted to galvanic corrosion and its avoidance.
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Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems

Sulphur Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Disposal Systems

Olive on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 52 Progress in Corrosion – The first 50 years of the EFC Edited ... A. Molander 57 Protective systems for high temperature applications: from theory to xii Volumes in the EFC series.

Author: Damien Féron

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000107111

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 174

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In the different disposal concepts for high-level nuclear waste, corrosion of the metallic barriers and in particular the overpack/container is a major issue. It is imperative for performance assessment to predict the lifetime of these containers. In the lifetime prediction of metallic barriers for the disposal of high level nuclear waste (HLW) or of spent fuel, the presence of (reduced) sulphur species is an issue of growing importance, as the sulphur species are involved in localised corrosion phenomena. The international workshop on Sulphur-Assisted Corrosion in Nuclear Waste Disposal Systems (SACNUC2008) aimed to provide an exchange of information on the influence of sulphur species on the corrosion of metallic barriers. This workshop was a co-organisation of the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, SCK*CEN, and the Belgian Agency for the Management of Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissile Materials, ONDRAF/NIRAS, under the auspices of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC event N 311). The proceedings are divided into five chapters: Chapter 1 provides a general overview of the disposal concepts of nuclear waste and the role of corrosion. Chapter 2 explains the mechanism of sulphur-induced corrosion processes. This chapter also contains information from outside the nuclear disposal field in which sulphur is known to act as a detrimental factor (e.g. oil and gas industry). Chapter 3 addresses the role of microbial processes in sulphur-assisted corrosion. Chapter 4 covers the modelling of sulphide-assisted corrosion. Chapter 5 is devoted to a panel discussion aiming to identify open issues in the investigation of sulphur-assisted corrosion phenomena and how to incorporate these in robust lifetime prediction of metallic barriers.
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Testing Tribocorrosion of Passivating Materials Supporting Research and Industrial Innovation

Testing Tribocorrosion of Passivating Materials Supporting Research and Industrial Innovation

Olive on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 52 Progress in Corrosion – The first 50 years of the EFC ... and A. Molander 57 Protective systems for high temperature applications: from theory to Volumes in the EFC series ix.

Author: Jean-Pierre Celis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351546942

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 216

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This first edition of Testing Tribocorrosion of Passivating Materials Supporting Research and Industrial Innovation: A Handbook treats in a clear, concise, and practical manner an important material degradation and protection matter. It is designed as a handbook and provides a well structured approach of the basics needed to investigate the tribocorrosion behavior of passivating materials, and to conduct in a correct way a laboratory investigation on it. It provides answers on practical and theoretical approaches of tribocorrosion phenomena to engineers and medical persons involved with material assemblies subjected to aggressive environmental and mechanical conditions. For academic researchers it is a pertinent tool assisting them in how they can perform a tribocorrosion investigation and obtain results that are correctly interpreted and can be exchanged. Different parts of the book are illustrated with practical examples. This handbook is truly an indispensable guide for every professional who comes into contact with the complex material degradation and protection processes that take place under combined corrosion and wear conditions. Fields of interest include: transportation (aeronautics, maritime, rail, automotive), medical implants (orthopaedics, dentistry), biochemistry, food production, energy production, and machining. The coordination of this handbook writing was done by Professor Jean-Pierre Celis (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium) and Professor Pierre Ponthiaux (Ecole Centrale Paris, France) assisted by twelve European experts who contributed jointly to the nine chapters of this handbook. Main topics dealt with are tribocorrosion phenomena in medical and industrial sectors, depassivation and repassivation phenomena, impact on synergism in tribocorrosion, specific testing techniques, coupling tribology-to-corrosion, design of a testing protocol, and normalisation.
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Inter Laboratory Study on Electrochemical Methods for the Characterization of Cocrmo Biomedical Alloys in Simulated Body Fluids

Inter Laboratory Study on Electrochemical Methods for the Characterization of Cocrmo Biomedical Alloys in Simulated Body Fluids

Olive on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 52 Progress in Corrosion – The first 50 years of the EFC Edited ... and A. Molander 57 Protective systems for high temperature applications: from theory to x Volumes in the EFC series.

Author: Igual A. Munoz

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000107104

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 115

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This special issue of Corrosion Engineering Science and Technology is dedicated to the study of corrosion of objects from historical sites. The issue contains contributions from the 2009 EUROCORR session on Corrosion of Archaeological and Heritage Artefacts organised by the European Federation of Corrosion's working party and commissioned articles on other key issues. The objective is to give the reader a broad understanding of corrosion of ancient materials, for the most part metal but also glass. Articles shed light on a range of analytical approaches related to the study of the complex systems that make up historical artifacts. In order to arrive at an understanding of the nanometric organisation of rust layers and interphases, such studies must be approached on a macroscopic scale. Techniques used include; macrophotography, synchrotron radiation and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) that ensure results that are both exhaustive and representative of particular observations. This issue demonstrates the wealth of approaches possible in the study of the corrosion of ancient materials.
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Corrosion Under Insulation CUI Guidelines

Corrosion Under Insulation  CUI  Guidelines

... Corrosion monitoring in nuclear systems Edited by S. Ritter and A. Molander on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 57 Protective systems for high temperature applications Edited by M. Volumes in the EFC series ix.

Author: S Winnik

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780081007396

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 162

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Corrosion-under-insulation (CUI) refers to the external corrosion of piping and vessels that occurs underneath externally clad/jacketed insulation as a result of the penetration of water. By its very nature CUI tends to remain undetected until the insulation and cladding/jacketing is removed to allow inspection or when leaks occur. CUI is a common problem shared by the refining, petrochemical, power, industrial, onshore and offshore industries. In the first edition of this book published in 2008, the EFC Working Parties WP13 and WP15 engaged together to provide guidelines on managing CUI with contributions from a number of European refining, petrochemical and offshore companies. The guidelines are intended for use on all plants and installation that contain insulated vessels, piping and equipment. The guidelines cover a risk-based inspection methodology for CUI, inspection techniques and recommended best practice for mitigating CUI, including design of plant and equipment, coatings and the use of thermal spray techniques, types of insulation, cladding/jacketing materials and protection guards. The guidelines also include case studies. The original document first published in 2008 was very successful and provided an important resource in the continuing battle to mitigate CUI. Many members of the EFC corrosion community requested an update and this has taken between 18-24 months to do so. Hopefully this revised document will continue to serve the community providing a practical source of information on how to monitor and manage insulated systems. Revised and fully updated technical guidance on managing CUI provided by EFC Working Parties WP13 and WP 15 Contributions from a number of European refining, petrochemical and offshore companies Extensive appendices that provide additional practical guidance on the implementation of corrosion-under-insulation best practice, collected practical expertise and case studies
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Corrosion Under Insulation CUI Guidelines

Corrosion Under Insulation  CUI  Guidelines

Corrosion monitoring in nuclear systems Edited by S. Ritter and A. Molander on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 57. Protective systems for high temperature applications Edited by M. Schütze on behalf of Working Party 3 on ...

Author: Gino De Landtsheer

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780128233368

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 180

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Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) Guidelines: Technical Guide for Managing CUI, Third Edition, Volume 55 builds upon the success of the first two editions to provide a fully up-to-date, practical source of information on how to monitor and manage insulated systems. In the first edition of this book published in 2008, the EFC Working Parties WP13 and WP15 engaged together to provide guidelines on managing CUI with contributions from a number of European refining, petrochemical, and offshore companies. The guidelines were intended for use on all plants and installations that contain insulated vessels, piping, and equipment, and cover a risk-based inspection methodology for CUI, inspection techniques, and recommended best practices for mitigating CUI. The guidelines include design of plant and equipment, coatings and the use of thermal spray techniques, types of insulation, cladding/jacketing materials, and protection guards. Corrosion-under-insulation (CUI) refers to the external corrosion of piping and vessels that occurs underneath externally clad/jacketed insulation as a result of the penetration of water. By its very nature CUI tends to remain undetected until the insulation and cladding/jacketing is removed to allow inspection, or when leaks occur. CUI is a common problem shared by the refining, petrochemical, power, industrial, onshore and offshore industries. Provides revised and updated technical guidance on managing CUI provided by EFC Working Parties 13 and 15 Discusses the standard approach to risk based inspection methodology Presents the argument that CUI is everywhere, and looks at mitigating actions that can be started from the onset Includes a wide array of concepts of corrosion mitigation
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Corrosion in Amine Treating Units

Corrosion in Amine Treating Units

Corrosion monitoring in nuclear systems Edited by S. Ritter and A. Molander on behalf of Working Party 4 on Nuclear Corrosion 57. Protective systems for high temperature applications Edited by M. Sch ̈utze on behalf of Working Party 3 ...

Author: Johan van Roij

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780323915502

Category: Science

Page: 184

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Corrosion in Amine Treating Units, Second Edition presents a fully updated resource with a broadened focus that includes corrosion in not only refining operations, but also in oil and gas production. New sections have been added on inhibition, corrosion modeling and metallic coatings. More detailed descriptions of the degradation mechanisms and Integrity Operating Windows (IOW) are now included, as is more in-depth information on guidelines for what sections and locations are most vulnerable to corrosion and how to control corrosion in amine units e.g., using corrosion Loop descriptions and providing indicative integrity operating windows for operation to achieve a suitable life expectance. Provides new insights on the degradation mechanisms occurring in amine treating units and the locations within the unit where they occur Discusses how to mitigate and control corrosion in amine units Provides guidance for setting up corrosion control documents and inspection and maintenance plans for amine treating units
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Nuclear Corrosion

Nuclear Corrosion

Progress in corrosion: the first 50 years of the EFC Edited by P. McIntyre and J. Vogelsang 53. ... Protective systems for high temperature applications Edited by M. Schu ̈tze on behalf of Working Party 3 on Corrosion by Hot Gases and ...

Author: Stefan Ritter

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780128237205

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 496

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Nuclear Corrosion: Research, Progress and Challenges, part of the “Green Book series of the EFC, builds upon the foundations of the very first book published in this series in 1989 (“Number 1 - Corrosion in the Nuclear Industry ). This newest volume provides an overview on state-of-the-art research in some of the most important areas of nuclear corrosion. Chapters covered include aging phenomena in light water reactors, reprocessing plants, nuclear waste disposal, and supercritical water and liquid metal systems. This book will be a vital resource for both researchers and engineers working within the nuclear field in both academic and industrial environments. Discusses industry related aspects of materials in nuclear power generation and how these materials react with the environment Provides comprehensive coverage of the topic as written by noted experts in the field Includes coverage of nuclear waste corrosion
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Engineering Tools for Corrosion

Engineering Tools for Corrosion

57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. Protective systems for high temperature applications Edited by M. Schu ̈tze on behalf of Working Party 3 on Corrosion by Hot Gases and Combustion Products xxviii Volumes in the EFC series ...

Author: Luciano Lazzari

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780081024256

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 188

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Engineering Tools for Corrosion: Design and Diagnosis proposes models and equations derived from theory. It includes discussions of the estimation of main corrosion parameters for corrosion rate, electrochemical constraints, thresholds limits and initiation time. The algorithms proposed are the conjugation of theory and engineering practice resulting from research and professional activities carried out by the author for almost four decades. Presents a rational approach to the corrosion prediction and evaluation dilemma Illustrates new models and algorithms for quantitative estimation of corrosion related factors and parameters Includes the design and interpretation of accelerated corrosion tests
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