This paper aims to investigate hot corrosion behaviour of different Cr3C2–NiCr coatings on boiler tube steel.
High velocity oxy fuel technique has been used to deposit different coatings on commercially available ASTM-SA213-T22 boiler tube steel. The hot corrosion studies have been performed in molten salt environment at 900°C temperature in silicon tube furnace in laboratory.
The results showed that uncoated superalloy suffered intense spalling and the weight change was massive during each cycle on studies of hot corrosion 900°C. The 100 per cent NiCr and 10 per cent (Cr3C2) – 90 per cent (NiCr) coatings provided better protection to T22 steel against the hot corrosion because of the formation of Ni and Cr3C2 layers.
In this research a variety of coatings have been used. This research work has been aimed to investigate the hot corrosion behavior of Boiler Steel b with different Cr3C2–NiCr coatings, under molten salt environment in Silicon tube furnace at 900°C, under cyclic conditions.
Singh, K., Goyal, K. and Goyal, R. (2019), "Hot corrosion behaviour of different Cr3C2–NiCr coatings on boiler tube steel at elevated temperature", World Journal of Engineering, Vol. 16 No. 4, pp. 452-459. https://doi.org/10.1108/WJE-02-2019-0049Download as .RIS
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