Influence of a Coating on Oxidation Resistance and Resistivity of a Chromia Former Alloy for High Temperature Vapor Electrolysis Application

@article{Guillou2012InfluenceOA,
  title={Influence of a Coating on Oxidation Resistance and Resistivity of a Chromia Former Alloy for High Temperature Vapor Electrolysis Application},
  author={Sylvain Guillou and Clara Desgranges and S{\'e}bastien Chevalier},
  journal={Oxidation of Metals},
  year={2012},
  volume={80},
  pages={341-361}
}
Alloy 230 was studied as possible interconnect material for high temperature vapor electrolysis (HTVE) application. For such a use, the main important requirements are good corrosion resistance and a low area specific electrical resistance (ASR). The samples were oxidized at 800 °C for 250 h under cathodic (Ar–1 %H2–9 %H2O) and anodic (dry air) HTVE atmospheres. In situ ASR evolution of alloy 230 in both conditions was determined using a specific device. The influence of a LaCrO3 coating is… CONTINUE READING

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