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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium High Temperature Corrosion of Structural Materials
Sponsorship NACE International
Raul B. Rebak, GE Global Research
Scope High temperature structural materials are used in aircraft and industrial application. Exposure to high temperatures and harsh environments can cause their degradation and subsequent failure of the component or system. Study of effect of:
- alloy’s composition on oxidation,
- different environments
- presence of stresses under harsh environment
- alloys protection using coatings
could improve further understanding on alloys oxidation behavior.
This symposium is sponsored by NACE International and endorsed by the Corrosion and Environmentally Effects committee of TMS

oxidation, high temperature structural alloys, internal oxidation, mass loss, oxide scale, water vapor
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Planned: None Selected

An Initial Evaluation of the Effect of Process Parameters on High Temperature Coking Resistance on Chromia and Alumina Forming Alloys
An Integrated Approach to the Problem of Silicate Attack on High Temperature Coatings
Corrosion Behavior of Structural Materials for Use in Solar Thermal Molten Salt Power Plants
Developing Gas Atomization with In-situ Controlled Oxidation to Simplify ODS Alloy Preparation
Early Stage of Oxidation of Mo3Si by In-situ Environmental TEM
Effect of CaSO4-CaO Stability on the Deposit-induced Corrosion of Second Generation Superalloys
Effect of Zr Addition on Oxidation Behavior of Mo-Si-B Alloys in Dry and Moist Environments
Effects of Scale Thickness and Surface Roughness on Scale Spallation in Plain Carbon and Si Contained Steel
Electrodeposited Inconel and Stellite like Coatings for Improved Corrosion Resistance in Biocombustors
Evaluation of Corrosion Performance of Candidate Materials for High Temperature Power Plants
Evaluation of Fe-Cr Alloys in Steam and Air
Factors Affecting the Internal Oxidation Rate of Two-phase Alloys
High-temperature Oxidation Behavior and Mechanism of Ti2AlC and Ti2AlN MAX Phases
High Temperature Corrosion in Multi-oxidant Environments
High Temperature Investigation of Zirconium Alloys in Air
High Temperature Oxidation Studies of FeSiGe
Life Extension of High Temperature Structural Alloys by Surface Engineering in Carburizing Atmospheres
Modeling the Kinetic Processes during Internal Oxidation of a Binary System: A Phase-field Approach
Modelling Oxidation Induced Microstructural Changes and Lifetime Limits of Thin-walled Components of FCC Alloys in the Temperature Range 900 – 1050C
Near-surface Damage of Alloy 617 with and without Barrier Layers during Static and Cyclic Creep Deformation at 800C in Impure He Environments.
On the Oxidation Mechanisms of High-temperature Intermetallic MAX Phases
Oxidation and Hot Corrosion Performance of Electrodeposited MCrAlY Coatings
Stability of Cr Based Alloys in ZnCl2-based Molten Salts at High Temperature
The Mechanism of FeCrAl Nitridation-initiation and Progression Revealed by Experiment and Theory

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