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Oxidation of multicomponent two-phase alloys
The high-temperature corrosion behavior of two-phase alloys presents a number of differences compared to that of single-phase alloys. These differences are mainly a consequence of the limitationsExpand
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Criteria for the formation of protective Al2O3 scales on Fe–Al and Fe–Cr–Al alloys
The conditions for the formation of external alumina scales on binary Fe-Al alloys and the nature of the third-element effect due to chromium additions have been investigated by studying theExpand
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The formation of multilayer scales in the parabolic oxidation of pure metals—I. Relationships between the different rate constants
Abstract The parabolic growth of complex scales containing two or three components of pure metals has been analysed. The rate constants for the separate growth of the different oxides K i have beenExpand
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Mathematical Modelling of Alloy Oxidation
Quelques traitements mathematiques developpes pour interpreter le comportement a la corrosion d'alliages a hautes temperatures sont presentes. La plupart concerne l'oxydation par un seul oxydantExpand
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The corrosion of Ni3Al in a combustion gas with and without Na2SO4-NaCl deposits at 600–800°C
The corrosion behavior of Ni3Al containing small additions of Ti, Zr, and B in combustion gases both with and without Na2SO4−NaCl deposits at 600–800°C has been studied for times up to four days. TheExpand
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The formation of multilayer scales in the parabolic oxidation of pure metals—II. Temperature and pressure dependence of the different rate constants
Abstract The temperature and pressure dependence of the overall scaling constant and the first-kind rate constants for the growth of the different layers in the formation of a complex scale on aExpand
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High-temperature sulfidation of Fe-30Mo alloys containing ternary additions of Al
Fe-30Mo alloys containing up to 9.1 wt% Al were sulfidized at 0.01 atm sulfur vapor over the temperature range of 700–900°C. The sulfidation kinetics followed the parabolic rate law for all alloys atExpand
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Oxidation of the three-phase Cu–20Ni–30Cr and Cu–20Ni–40Cr alloys at 700–800 °C in 1 atm O2
The oxidation of two ternary Cu-Ni-Cr alloys containing approximately 30 and 40 at.% Cr, but with a similar Ni content, was studied at 700-800 degreesC in 1 atm of pure oxygen. Both alloys contain aExpand
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The Effect of Si Additions on the High-Temperature Oxidation of a Ternary Ni–10Cr–4Al Alloy in 1 ATM O2 AT 900–1000 °C
The oxidation of four Ni–10Cr–ySi–4Al alloys has been studied in 1 atm O2 at 900 and 1000 °C to examine the effects of various Si additions on the behavior of the ternary alloy Ni–10Cr–4Al, whichExpand
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Transition from internal to external oxidation for binary alloys in the presence of an outer scale
The critical concentration required for the transition from internal to external oxidation of the most reactive component B of a binary A-B alloy for the case of simultaneous formation of an outer AOExpand
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