Accession Number : ADA182558
Title : High Temperature Hot Corrosion Control by Fuel Additives (Contaminated Fuels).
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Oct 85-Dec 86,
Corporate Author : DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER ANNAPOLIS MD SHIP MATERIALS ENGINEERING DEPT
Personal Author(s) : Rathnamma,Dasara V ; Nagarajan,R
PDF Url : ADA182558
Report Date : Jun 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 29
Abstract : The potential of fuel additives to minimize corrosion of blade-material has been analyzed by the following series of steps: first, a computer program was employed for an equilibrium-thermodynamic prediction of condensed solution composition; next relevant physico-chemical properties of the molten solution were estimated based on predicted equilibrium composition; then oxide solubility and dissolution rates are calculated for this solution in contact with various solid oxides. Finally, we compare our predicted oxide dissolution-rate results with available experimental hot corrosion rate data, seeking verification of the model for the rate determining process - i.e., oxide dissolution - in hot corrosion. Keywords: Fuel additives, Blade material, Molten solution, Thermodynamic corrosion prediction, Chemical equilibrium.
Descriptors : *BLADES, *CONTAMINATION, *FUELS, *CORROSION, MATERIALS, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, FUEL ADDITIVES, HIGH TEMPERATURE, RATES, OXIDES, SOLUBILITY, SOLIDS, CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM, MELTS, SOLUTIONS(GENERAL), PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES, HOMING, PREDICTIONS, THERMODYNAMICS
Subject Categories : Properties of Metals and Alloys
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE