Guidelines for Methods of Testing and Research in High Temperature Corrosion EFC 14
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Details High temperature oxidation and corrosion cause great problems in power plants, petrochemical and chemical industries and in engines, and yet no standards exist for material testing for high temperature corrosion. The information and advice in this book make it a milestone on the way to codes of practice and standards.
Table of Contents
Guidelines for Plant Measurements of High Temperature Corrosion 2. Discontinuous Measurements of High Temperature Corrosion 3. In Situ Measurement Techniques 4. Thermogravimetry 5. Definition and Preparation of Gas Atmospheres 6. Corrosion in the Presence of Melts and Solids 7. Simultaneous Corrosion and Mechanical or Thermal Stresses 8. Corrosion and Wear or Erosion 9. Oxidation/Corrosion of Advanced Ceramics: A Review of the Progress Towards Test Method Standardisation 10. Metallography, Electron Microprobe and X-Ray Structure Analysis 11. Surface Microsurgery Preparation Procedures for High Temperature Corrosion Characterisation 12. The Application of Transmission Electron Microscopy in the Analysis of High Temperature Corrosion 13. The Application of Surface Analysis Techniques in High Temperature Corrosion Research
Grabke\, Hans Jurgen