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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Environmental Degradation of Multiple Principal Component Materials
Presentation Title Enhanced Oxidation Resistance of (Mo95W5)85Ta10(TiZr)5 Refractory Multi-principal Element Alloy up to 1300C
Author(s) Ranran Su, Hongliang Zhang, Gaoyuan Ouyang, Longfei Liu, Jun Cui, Duane D. Johnson, John H. Perepezko
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Ranran Su
Abstract Scope Refractory-metal-based alloys are a potential replacement for current nickel-based superalloys due to their excellent mechanical strength at extremely high temperatures. However, severe oxidation in a high-temperature working environment limits their application. To address this challenge, a two-step coating process (including a Mo precoat and a Si-B pack cementation) was applied to an innovative refractory multi-principal element alloy (RMPEA) (Mo95W5)85Ta10(TiZr)5. The coating is composed of an aluminoborosilica glass layer on top of an RMPEA-Si-B multilayered structure. The coating effectively protects the RMPEA from oxidation in high-temperature environments, as demonstrated by phase-stable operation at 10-20% higher temperatures over state-of-the-art systems without any forced-cooling system. This two-step Mo-Si-B coating method can be adapted to provide environmental resistance to a wide range of RMPEA.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned:
Keywords Surface Modification and Coatings, High-Temperature Materials,

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