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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Energy Materials 2017: Materials in Clean Power
Presentation Title Effect of Pressure and Thermal Cycling on Compatibility in CO2 for Concentrated Solar Power Applications
Author(s) , Robert G Brese, James R Keiser
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Abstract Scope Initial experimental work at 700-800C is in progress to develop a lifetime model for supercritical CO2 compatibility for the 30 year duty life for high-efficiency concentrated solar power (CSP) applications at >700C. Nickel-base alloys 740H, 282 and 625 and Fe-base Sanicro 25 are being evaluated in 500-h cycles at 1 and 300 bar, and 10-h cycles in 1 bar industrial grade CO2. All of the alloys showed reasonably low reaction rates after 1000 h at 700, 750 and 800C and oxide thickness measurements were consistent with the mass change data. However, after ~1500 h of exposure in 10-h cycles, the Fe-base alloy has begun to show increased mass gain, particularly at 700C. Characterization of the internal attack as a function of gas pressure and temperature is in progress. Research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Solar Energy Technology Program (SunShot Initiative).
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