The effect of the matrix structure on the metal dusting rate in hydrocarbon environments

@inproceedings{Slabbert2013TheEO,
  title={The effect of the matrix structure on the metal dusting rate in hydrocarbon environments},
  author={Gideon Albertus Slabbert and F. M. L. Mulaudzi and Lesley A. Cornish and Malesela J. Papo and V. Morudu and Jianqiang Zhang},
  year={2013}
}
Metal dusting, a form of high-temperature corrosion, is a particularly insidious damage mechanism, since when initiated, the metal dusting pit growth rate may reach at least a millimetre per month on stainless steels and an order of magnitude higher on low-alloyed steels (Holland, 2012). It is a widespread problem in the petrochemical industry, particularly in cracker furnaces and reforming units. Other chemical processes where organic compounds are reacting, such as in butane dehydrogenation… CONTINUE READING

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