Novel Approaches to Improving High Temperature Corrosion by M Schütze, W Quadakkers

By M Schütze, W Quadakkers

High-temperature corrosion is an incredible challenge affecting sectors corresponding to the facility iteration, aerospace and metal-working industries. this crucial publication summarises quite a lot of study on methods of facing this significant challenge. the 1st a part of the booklet experiences methods of enhancing alloys to enhance high-temperature corrosion resistance. the second one half discusses floor remedies similar to pre-treatments and coatings. The 3rd a part of the ebook summarises learn on trying out for high-temperature corrosion resistance and the advance of universal trying out criteria. It additionally stories examine at the behaviour of alloys in quite a lot of carrier stipulations comparable to furnace and boiler environments. the ultimate a part of the e-book discusses methods of modelling high-temperature corrosion tactics to enhance fabric functionality and repair life.

With its wonderful editors and crew of members drawn from a few of the best centres of study within the box, Novel ways to bettering high-temperature corrosion resistance is a regular reference for all these learning and working with high-temperature corrosion.

  • Summarises a variety of examine on methods of facing high-temperature corrosion
  • Discusses methods of modelling high-temperature corrosion strategies to enhance fabric functionality and repair life
  • A regular reference for all these learning and working with high-temperature corrosion

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