The long-term performance of ferritic/martensitic steel T91 and austenitic 316L in oxygen-containing flowing lead-bismuth eutectic at was investigated by exposing the materials for up to 15,000 h in the CORRIDA loop. The velocity of the liquid-metal flow was 2 m/s and the concentration of dissolved oxygen averaged . The resulting corrosion processes and products were analyzed and quantified using metallographic methods.
Quantification of the Long-Term Performance of Steels T91 and 316L in Oxygen-Containing Flowing Lead-Bismuth Eutectic at
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Schroer, C., and Konys, J. (May 27, 2010). "Quantification of the Long-Term Performance of Steels T91 and 316L in Oxygen-Containing Flowing Lead-Bismuth Eutectic at ." ASME. J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. August 2010; 132(8): 082901. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4000364
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