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High Temperature Alloys for Gas Turbines - R. Brunetaud

High Temperature Alloys for Gas Turbines

By: R. Brunetaud (Editor), D. Coutsouradis (Editor), T.B. Gibbons (Editor), Y. Lindblom (Editor), D. B. Meadowcroft (Editor)

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Published: 21st October 2010
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Proceedings of a Conference held in Liege, Belgium, 4-6 October 1982

Keynote Lecture Superalloy Technology-Today and Tomorrow.- I - Corrosion and Coatings.- Recent approaches to the development of corrosion resistant coatings.- The corrosion resistance of protective coatings.- Mechanisms of hot corrosion.- Deposition and blade fouling of gas turbines by fuel impurities and additives.- Comparison of hot-salt corrosion test procedures.- High temperature erosion and erosion-hot corrosion of superalloys and coatings.- Hot corrosion in marine gas turbines.- High temperature stability of pack aluminide coatings on IN 738 LC.- Thermochemical treatment of porous materials.- II - Fatigue, Creep and Structural Stability.- Review Papers.- Fatigue and creep considerations in the design of turbine components.- Low cycle fatigue and life prediction methods.- High cycle fatigue properties of cast nickel base superalloys IN 738 LC and IN 939.- Fracture mechanics and crack growth in fatigue.- IN 939: metallurgy, properties and performance.- Creep strengthening mechanisms.- Effects of cobalt in nickel-base superalloys.- Creep damage and fracture.- Effects of coatings on the mechanical properties of superalloys.- The interaction of high temperature corrosion and mechanical properties of alloys.- Creep-Fatigue.- The influence of creep on the high temperature cyclic life of IN 738 LC.- Some interactions of creep and fatigue in IN 738 LC at 850 C.- Analysis of creep rupture data of Nimocast 739.- Factors influencing the creep behaviour of a cast Ni-Cr base alloy.- Time dependent low cycle fatigue of PM Astroloy at 1003 K.- Fatigue crack propagation at elevated temperature in Mar-M-002 single crystals.- An operational definition of life to crack initiation in high temperature fatigue.- High temperature fatigue of a superalloy for cast turbine wheel.- Fatigue of high temperature materials at ultrasonic frequencies.- Crack initiation and propagation in a forged nickel-base alloy under high mechanical and thermal loading.- Fatigue failure under fretting conditions.- Mechanisms of high cycle fatigue of cast nickel base alloys.- Microstructure-Effects of Coatings and Environment 703.- Phase composition and phase stability of alloy IN 939.- Alloy design for nickel-base superalloys.- OPS ferritic steels with high damping capacity.- Relations between chemistry, solidification behaviour and microstructure in IN-100.- Grain boundary pore chains in cast nickel base superalloys.- The effets of section size, coating and environment on creep rupture behaviour of superalloys.- The influence of applied coatings on the creep fracture of IN 738 LC.- High temperature low-cycle fatigue behaviour of IN 738 LC alloy in air and in vacuum.- The effect of hot corrosion on creep and fracture behaviour of cast nickel-based superalloy IN 738 LC.- III - Processing.- VADER: a new melting and casting technology.- The evolution of the forging processes on discs.- The relationship between structure, properties and processing in powder metallurgy superalloys.- Precision casting of turbine blades and vanes.- Welding of PM-superalloys.- Blade repair and recovery.- Microporosity formation in investment castings of nickel-base superalloys: metallurgical effects, thermal modelling and foundry assessment.- Formation of micropores in a D.S. Ni-Ti-C alloy.- Investigation of the surface grain refinement for superalloys castings.- Hot isostatic pressing of alloy IN-718.- The nature and origin of previous particle boundary (PPB) precipitates in P/M superalloys.- Forging Astroloy supersolidus-sintered preforms: necklace structure achievement..- Diffusion bonding of superalloys for gas turbines.- Author index.

ISBN: 9789027714688
ISBN-10: 9027714681
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 1094
Published: 21st October 2010
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 5.72
Weight (kg): 1.7