|About this Abstract
||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Energy Materials 2017: Materials for Coal-Based Power
||Creep Strength and Oxidation Resistance of Industrially Made G115 Steel Pipe
||Zhengdong Liu, HanSheng Bao, Zhengzong Chen, Songqian Xu, Hanping Zhao, Qijiang Wang
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
G115 is a novel ferritic heat resistant steel developed by CISRI in the past decade, which is an impressive candidate material to make tubes, pipes and forgings of advanced ultra super critical (A-USC) fossil fired power plants used for the temperature scope from 600℃ to 650℃. The successful development of G115 extends the upper application temperature limitation of martensitic steel from 600℃ to about 650℃. This breakthrough is imperative for the design and construction of 610℃ to 650℃ A-USC fossil fired power plants, from the viewpoint of the material availability and economics of designed coal fired power plants. This paper introduced the creep strength and oxidation resistance of industrially made G115 steel pipe, including the experimental phenomenon description and theoretical mechanism explanation.
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