Steam Oxidation And Mechanical Performance Of A Ferritic–martensitic Steel With Slurry Aluminide Coating
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Performance of Al-Rich Oxidation Resistant Coatings forFe
vapor deposition and pack cementation on ferritic-martensitic (e.g. T91, Fe-9Cr-1Mo) and austenitic (Type 304L, Fe-18Cr-8Ni) substrates at 650°-800°C. The main goal of this work was to demonstrate the potential benefits and problems with alumina-forming coatings. To evaluate their performance, oxidation
LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF ALUMINIDE COATINGS ON Fe-BASE ALLOYS
studies were conducted at 650°-800°C on model aluminide coatings made in a controlled, laboratory-scale chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process.20 An environment of air + 10vol.% water vapor was used as a low cost (compared to steam) method for determining coating performance. Unlike dry air, many Fe-base