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Hot Corrosion Behavior of Sol-Gel Nano Structured Zirconia Coated 9Cr1Mo Ferritic Steel in Alkali Metal Chlorides and Sulphates Deposit Systems at High Temperatures

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DOI: 10.4236/jsemat.2013.31A008    4,686 Downloads   7,816 Views Citations

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Fused salt accelerated hot corrosion is quite common in gas turbines, fossil fuelled devices, waste inclinators, pyrochemical systems, etc. Presence of fused salt on metal surface dissolves their existing oxide layer. This results in an increase in oxidation rate of the metal. Since, zirconia coating is well recognized for corrosion protection under high temperature oxidative environment, we have developed zirconia coating on 9Cr1Mo ferritic steel and their oxidation performance was evaluated in LiCl-NaCl and Na2SO4-K2SO4 salts deposit system in air atmosphere at 650?C and 850?C, respectively. Before coating development, zirconium based sol was synthesized using zirconium (IV) propoxide as a precursor. Oxidation test results indicated that the zirconia coated specimens shows more than two times higher corrosion resistance in LiCl-NaCl and three time higher corrosion resistance in Na2SO4-K2SO4 salt deposit, respectively.

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G. Ruhi, O. Modi and I. Singh, "Hot Corrosion Behavior of Sol-Gel Nano Structured Zirconia Coated 9Cr1Mo Ferritic Steel in Alkali Metal Chlorides and Sulphates Deposit Systems at High Temperatures," Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology, Vol. 3 No. 1A, 2013, pp. 55-60. doi: 10.4236/jsemat.2013.31A008.

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