Microstructural evaluation with type i hot corrosion degradation of gas turbine alloys during burner-rig testing
June 24-29, 2018
The hot corrosion resistance of selected gas turbine alloys was evaluated, as a baseline for assessing candidate new hot-section materials. The alloys were tested under burner rig exposures, using ASTM standard seawater for the salt contaminant and combustion conditions that provide representative materials evolution and degradation behavior relative to what is observed with marine gas turbines under service environments. Modern characterization techniques were utilized to evaluate the hot corrosion behavior and resistance of the evaluated material systems, to observe the degradation of the alloys and to study the underlying degradation mechanisms active during hot corrosion attack.
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Maryam Zahiri Azar, Daniel R. Mumm, and Kliah N. Soto Leytan, "Microstructural evaluation with type i hot corrosion degradation of gas turbine alloys during burner-rig testing" in "Thermal Barrier Coatings V", Prof. Dr. Robert Vaßen, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany Brian Hazel, Pratt & Whitney, USA Prof. Dr. Uwe Schulz, German Aerospace Center, Germany Dr. Michael J. Maloney, Pratt & Whitney, USA Dr. Ram Darolia, GE Aviation (Retired), USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2018). https://dc.engconfintl.org/tbcv/40