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Modelling of Microstructure and Mechanical Property Changes in Gas Turbine Alloys

@inproceedings{Scholz2010ModellingOM,
  title={Modelling of Microstructure and Mechanical Property Changes in Gas Turbine Alloys},
  author={Alfred Scholz and Mohamed Youssef Nazmy and Bernard Fedelich and Tiedo Tinga and Robert Huls},
  year={2010}
}
  • Alfred Scholz, Mohamed Youssef Nazmy, +2 authors Robert Huls
  • Published 2010
  • Materials Science
  • Problem area Superalloys are widely used as gas turbine blade materials because of their very high resistance against high temperature plastic deformation. The superior high temperature behaviour is attributed to the two-phase composite microstructure, consisting of a γ matrix containing a large volume fraction of cuboidal γ' particles. For both gas turbine component design and maintenance it is important to have the ability to perform a reliable life time assessment. To be able to accurately… CONTINUE READING

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