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|Title: ||Formation of diffusion zones in coated Ni-Al-X ternary alloys and Ni-based superalloys|
|Authors: ||Suzuki, A.S.|
Thomson, Rachel C.
|Editors: ||Gandy, D.|
|Issue Date: ||2014|
|Publisher: ||© ASM International|
|Citation: ||SUZUKI, A.S., WEST, G.D. and THOMSON, R.C., 2014. Formation of diffusion zones in coated Ni-Al-X ternary alloys and Ni-based superalloys. IN: Gandy, D. and Shingledecker, J. (eds). Advances in Materials Technology for Fossil Power Plants: Proceedings from the Seventh International Conference (EPRI 2013), 22nd-25th October 2013, Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA. ASM International, pp. 371 - 381.|
|Abstract: ||Coatings are an essential part of the materials system to protect the turbine blades from oxidation
and corrosive attack during service. Inter-diffusion of alloying elements between a turbine blade
substrate and their coatings is a potential concern for coated turbine blades at ever increasing
operating temperatures because this can cause the formation of undesirable Secondary Reaction
Zones (SRZs), which may degrade the mechanical properties of coated Ni-based superalloys.
Understanding the effects of each element on the SRZ formation is essential in order to
understand both the mechanism and inter-diffusion behaviour between coatings and substrates. In
this research, a number of simpler aluminized ternary Ni-Al-X (where X is Co, Cr, Re, Ru or Ta)
alloys were investigated in order to elucidate the separate effects of each element on the
microstructural evolution, especially at the coating/substrate interface. The aluminized ternary
alloys developed distinctive diffusion zones, depending on the third alloy element, ‘X’.
Specifically, it has been found that both Ni-Al-Re and Ni-Al-Ta alloys developed a continuous
SRZ-like diffusion layer. This diffusion zone persisted in the Ni-Al-Re alloys after high
temperature exposure, indicating that Re has a stronger effect on SRZ formation than Ta.|
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|Sponsor: ||This research was supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad scheme and the Department of Materials,
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles (Materials)|
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