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Tests on dynamic corrosion by water. Influence of the passage of a heat flux on the corrosion kinetics. pH measurement in water at high temperature; Essais de corrosion dynamique par l'eau. Influence du passage d'un flux thermique sur la cinetique de corrosion. Mesure du pH dans l'eau a haute temperature

Abstract

The passage of a heat flux through the surface of a metal placed in a corrosive medium influences the rate of corrosion, these being higher than under adiabatic conditions. The apparatus developed for corrosion tests is described, it is possible to obtain with this equipment: 1) Heat fluxes greater than 200 W/cm{sup 2}, across aluminium canning, which is cooled by water (temperature 50 deg. C), circulating with flow rates of the order of 5 to 6 m/s. 2) Heat fluxes which can go up to 150 W/cm{sup 2}, across canning of zircaloy or stainless steel. The cooling fluid is pressurized water at a temperature around 280 deg. C, the flow-rate of circulation reaching 6 m/s. The results obtained on aluminium canning are studied from the viewpoint of corrosion, paying particular attention to cavitation phenomena which can cause serious damage in certain special circumstances. After developing a glass electrode system capable of supporting high pressures, the authors have investigated materials capable of functioning as a hydrogen electrode and of resisting satisfactorily corrosion by water at 200 deg. C. Various possibilities have been examined: electrodes of special glasses, quartz, metals, with a membrane etc... The results of the various tests and the  More>>
Authors:
Coriou, H; Grall, L; Hure, J; Saint-James, R; [1]  Berthod,; [2]  peintre, Le [3] 
  1. Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Saclay (France). Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires
  2. Societe Grenobloise d'Etudes et d'Applications Hydrauliques, 38 (France)
  3. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), 38 - Grenoble (France)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1958
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
CEA-R-998
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 7 refs
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; 42 ENGINEERING; ALUMINIUM; ANNULAR SPACE; CANNING; CAVITATION; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; COOLANTS; CORROSION PROTECTION; CORROSION RESISTANT ALLOYS; CORROSIVE EFFECTS; ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY; FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTIONS; HEAT EXCHANGERS; HEAT FLUX; MATERIALS TESTING; PH VALUE; PRESSURE VESSELS; SPRAY COATING; STAINLESS STEELS; WATER CHEMISTRY; ZIRCALOY
OSTI ID:
20901047
Research Organizations:
CEA Saclay, 91 - Gif-sur-Yvette (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR07R0998063270
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
FRN
Size:
38 pages
Announcement Date:
Aug 30, 2007

Citation Formats

Coriou, H, Grall, L, Hure, J, Saint-James, R, Berthod,, and peintre, Le. Tests on dynamic corrosion by water. Influence of the passage of a heat flux on the corrosion kinetics. pH measurement in water at high temperature; Essais de corrosion dynamique par l'eau. Influence du passage d'un flux thermique sur la cinetique de corrosion. Mesure du pH dans l'eau a haute temperature. France: N. p., 1958. Web.
Coriou, H, Grall, L, Hure, J, Saint-James, R, Berthod,, & peintre, Le. Tests on dynamic corrosion by water. Influence of the passage of a heat flux on the corrosion kinetics. pH measurement in water at high temperature; Essais de corrosion dynamique par l'eau. Influence du passage d'un flux thermique sur la cinetique de corrosion. Mesure du pH dans l'eau a haute temperature. France.
Coriou, H, Grall, L, Hure, J, Saint-James, R, Berthod,, and peintre, Le. 1958. "Tests on dynamic corrosion by water. Influence of the passage of a heat flux on the corrosion kinetics. pH measurement in water at high temperature; Essais de corrosion dynamique par l'eau. Influence du passage d'un flux thermique sur la cinetique de corrosion. Mesure du pH dans l'eau a haute temperature." France.
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title = {Tests on dynamic corrosion by water. Influence of the passage of a heat flux on the corrosion kinetics. pH measurement in water at high temperature; Essais de corrosion dynamique par l'eau. Influence du passage d'un flux thermique sur la cinetique de corrosion. Mesure du pH dans l'eau a haute temperature}
author = {Coriou, H, Grall, L, Hure, J, Saint-James, R, Berthod,, and peintre, Le}
abstractNote = {The passage of a heat flux through the surface of a metal placed in a corrosive medium influences the rate of corrosion, these being higher than under adiabatic conditions. The apparatus developed for corrosion tests is described, it is possible to obtain with this equipment: 1) Heat fluxes greater than 200 W/cm{sup 2}, across aluminium canning, which is cooled by water (temperature 50 deg. C), circulating with flow rates of the order of 5 to 6 m/s. 2) Heat fluxes which can go up to 150 W/cm{sup 2}, across canning of zircaloy or stainless steel. The cooling fluid is pressurized water at a temperature around 280 deg. C, the flow-rate of circulation reaching 6 m/s. The results obtained on aluminium canning are studied from the viewpoint of corrosion, paying particular attention to cavitation phenomena which can cause serious damage in certain special circumstances. After developing a glass electrode system capable of supporting high pressures, the authors have investigated materials capable of functioning as a hydrogen electrode and of resisting satisfactorily corrosion by water at 200 deg. C. Various possibilities have been examined: electrodes of special glasses, quartz, metals, with a membrane etc... The results of the various tests and the practical limits of utilisation are given. (author)Fren. [French] Le passage d'un flux thermique a travers la surface d'un metal place dans un milieu corrosif influence les vitesses de corrosion, celles-ci etant plus elevees que dans des conditions adiabatiques. On decrit les appareils mis au point, pour essais de corrosion. Ils permettent d'obtenir: 1) A travers des gaine aluminium des flux thermiques depassant 200 W /cm{sup 2}. Les gaines sont refroidies par l'eau (temperature 50 deg. C), circulant a des vitesses de l'ordre de 5 a 6 m/s. 2) A travers des gaines en zircaloy ou acier inoxydable des flux thermiques pouvant s'elever a 150 W/cm{sup 2}. Le fluide de refroidissement est de l'eau sous pression a une temperature voisine de 280 deg. C, la vitesse de circulation atteint 6 m/s. On etudie, du point de vue de la corrosion, les resultats obtenus, sur des gaines en aluminium, en attachant beaucoup d'attention aux phenomenes de cavitation susceptibles de causer de graves degats dans certaines circonstances particulieres. Apres avoir mis au point un dispositif d'electrode en verre pouvant supporter des pressions elevees les auteurs ont fait des recherches concernant les materiaux susceptibles de fonctionner comme electrode d'hydrogene et capables de resister convenablement a la corrosion par l'eau a 200 deg. C. Diverses possibilites ont ete examinees: electrodes de verres speciaux, de quartz, metallique, a membrane etc. On donne les resultats des differents essais et les limites pratiques d'utilisation. (auteur)}
place = {France}
year = {1958}
month = {Jul}
}