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题名: Oxidation of an austenitic stainless steel with or without alloyed aluminum in O-2+10% H2O environment at 800 degrees C
作者: Yu, Zhongdi;  Chen, Minghui;  Shen, Changbin;  Zhu, Shenglong;  Wang, Fuhui
发表日期: 2017-6-1
摘要: Oxidation behavior in O-2+ 10% H2O at 800 degrees C of an austenitic stainless steel with or without aluminum is investigated. The Al-free steel enters into breakaway oxidation stage after only 15 h exposure, while the one with 2.7 wt% aluminum shows high oxidation resistance. This minor amount of aluminum is lower than the critical content to form an intact alumina scale, but it promotes the formation of a thin Al-rich inner layer which is favor in prohibiting holes formation due to volatilization of CrO2(OH)(2) and Kirkendall effect. A compact scale develops and protects the Al-containing steel very well. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Yu, Zhongdi,Chen, Minghui,Shen, Changbin,et al. Oxidation Of An Austenitic Stainless Steel With Or Without Alloyed Aluminum In O-2+10% H2o Environment At 800 Degrees C[J]. Corrosion Science,2017,121:105-115.

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