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Aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel; Alliages d'aluminium contenant du fer et du nickel

Technical Report:

Abstract

The first part of this report addresses mechanism, kinetics and structure factors of aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel in water and high temperature steam. The studied alloys contain from 0.3 to 0.7 per cent of iron, and 0.2 to 1.0 per cent of nickel. Corrosion resistance and corrosion structure have been studied. The experimental installation, process and samples are presented. Corrosion structures in water at 350 C are identified and discussed (structure of corrosion products, structure of metal-oxide interface), and then in steam at different temperatures (350-395 C). Corrosion kinetics is experimentally studied (weight variation in time) in water at 350 C and in steam at different temperatures. Reactions occurring at over-heated steam (more than 400 C) are studied, and the case of welded alloys is also addressed. The second part addresses the metallurgical mechanism and processes influencing aluminium alloy resistance to corrosion by high temperature water as it appeared that separated phases protect the solid solution through a neighbourhood action. In order to avoid deep local corrosions, it seems necessary to multiply protective phases in an as uniform as possible way. Some processes enabling this result are described. They belong to conventional metallurgy or to powder metallurgy (with  More>>
Authors:
Coriou, H.; Fournier, R.; Grall, L.; Hure, J.; [1]  Herenguel, J.; Lelong, P. [2] 
  1. Commissariat a l'Energie atomique, Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires de Saclay, Departement de Metallurgie et de Chimie Appliquee (France)
  2. Centre de Recherches d'Antony, des Trefileries et Laminoirs du Havre (France)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1958
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
CEA-R-1001
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 29 refs.; Available from the INIS Liaison Officer for France, see the 'INIS contacts' section of the INIS website for current contact and E-mail addresses: http://www.iaea.org/inis/Contacts/
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; ALUMINIUM ALLOYS; CHEMICAL REACTION KINETICS; CORROSION PRODUCTS; CORROSION PROTECTION; CORROSION RESISTANCE; HEAT TREATMENTS; IRON ADDITIONS; METALLURGICAL EFFECTS; METALLURGY; NICKEL ADDITIONS; STEAM; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE; TEMPERATURE RANGE 0400-1000 K; WATER; WELDED JOINTS
OSTI ID:
22240198
Research Organizations:
Commissariat a l'Energie atomique, Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires de Saclay, Departement de Metallurgie et de Chimie Appliquee (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR1401088061295
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
100 page(s)
Announcement Date:
Jun 12, 2014

Technical Report:

Citation Formats

Coriou, H., Fournier, R., Grall, L., Hure, J., Herenguel, J., and Lelong, P. Aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel; Alliages d'aluminium contenant du fer et du nickel. France: N. p., 1958. Web.
Coriou, H., Fournier, R., Grall, L., Hure, J., Herenguel, J., & Lelong, P. Aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel; Alliages d'aluminium contenant du fer et du nickel. France.
Coriou, H., Fournier, R., Grall, L., Hure, J., Herenguel, J., and Lelong, P. 1958. "Aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel; Alliages d'aluminium contenant du fer et du nickel." France.
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title = {Aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel; Alliages d'aluminium contenant du fer et du nickel}
author = {Coriou, H., Fournier, R., Grall, L., Hure, J., Herenguel, J., and Lelong, P.}
abstractNote = {The first part of this report addresses mechanism, kinetics and structure factors of aluminium alloys containing iron and nickel in water and high temperature steam. The studied alloys contain from 0.3 to 0.7 per cent of iron, and 0.2 to 1.0 per cent of nickel. Corrosion resistance and corrosion structure have been studied. The experimental installation, process and samples are presented. Corrosion structures in water at 350 C are identified and discussed (structure of corrosion products, structure of metal-oxide interface), and then in steam at different temperatures (350-395 C). Corrosion kinetics is experimentally studied (weight variation in time) in water at 350 C and in steam at different temperatures. Reactions occurring at over-heated steam (more than 400 C) are studied, and the case of welded alloys is also addressed. The second part addresses the metallurgical mechanism and processes influencing aluminium alloy resistance to corrosion by high temperature water as it appeared that separated phases protect the solid solution through a neighbourhood action. In order to avoid deep local corrosions, it seems necessary to multiply protective phases in an as uniform as possible way. Some processes enabling this result are described. They belong to conventional metallurgy or to powder metallurgy (with sintering and extrusion)}
place = {France}
year = {1958}
month = {Jul}
}