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Hot corrosion behavior of high-chromium, high-carbon cast irons in naci-kcimolten salts
JOSE-GONZALO GONZALEZ-RODRIGUEZ
Simitrio Maldonado-Ruiz
VICTOR MANUEL SALINAS BRAVO
SILOE VUELVAS RAYO
Jesús Porcayo Calderón
Acceso Abierto
Artículo
Inglés
16-ago-2012
The molten salt technology has been widely used in the industrial world because of its physical and chemical characteristics, especially its high electrical conductivity, high processing rate, and high diffusion rate. Recently, it has attracted much attention in the fields of jet engines, fuel cells, catalysts, metal refinement, as well as certain combustion conditions such as waste incinerators, biomass-fired boilers, and power stations [1 5]. Therefore, the studies on the corrosion of structural materials for handling high-temperature molten salts have also been continuously carried out. It is generally realized that Cr is not an effective element for corrosion resistance improvement of Fe-based and Ni-based alloys due to chloride salt attack [6 15].
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