Metall. Res. Technol.
Volume 118, Number 3, 2021
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||07 May 2021|
Oxidation and hot corrosion behavior of a directionally solidified W richen cobalt-based superalloy
School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Shenyang Institute of Technology,
113122, PR China
2 Liaoning Key Laboratory of Information Physics Fusion and Intelligent Manufacturing for CNC Machine, Shenyang Institute of Technology, Fushun 113122, PR China
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Accepted: 19 April 2021
In this study, isothermal and hot corrosion in molten 75 mass% Na2SO4+25 mass% NaCl at 900 °C was carried out on an W richen Co-based directionally solidified Co-27.53Cr-9.85W-10.29Ni-0.75Al superalloy. For comparison, K38G with composition of 16.34Cr-4Al-1.77Mo-3.81Ti-2.66W-8.38Co were also conducted under same condition. Isothermal oxidation indicates that Co-based superalloy forms a Co-oxide dispersion chromia scale. However, K38G forms a purer chromia scale due to higher weight percentage ratio of Cr to Al. Under molten Na2SO4-NaCl salts, the defects in Ni/Co oxide dispersion chromia layer make it feasible that the molten salt can penetrates along grain boundaries into the internal interface to form internal sulfides, which causes the spallation of scales and significantly decreases its hot corrosion resistance.
Key words: cobalt based superalloys / directionally solidified / isothermal oxidation / hot corrosion / corrosion resistance
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