Detailed high-temperature corrosion investigations under well-defined conditions

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List of Authors: Patrik Yrjas, Juho Lehmusto, Dorota Bankiewicz, Jonne Niemi, Mikael Bergelin, Markus Engblom, Daniel Lindberg, Leena Hupa
Place: Zagreb
Publication year: 2017
Publisher: Adria Section of the Combustion Institue (ASCI)
Book title: Proceedings of the 8th European Combustion Meeting 2017, 18-21 April 2017, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Start page: 391
End page: 396
ISBN: 978-953-59504-0-0
eISBN: 978-953-59504-1-7


High-temperature corrosion of power plant superheaters is the single largest obstacle for increased steam parameters and thus also increased power plant efficiency. Especially with the increased use of energy crops, agrofuels and other biomass side streams this issue has grown in importance. The mentioned fuels contain elements which under unfavourable conditions may deposit on superheater tubes and initiate corrosion reactions. True understanding of corrosion reactions and other involved mechanisms can only be achieved through investigation methods under well-defined conditions. In this paper a few different methods will be presented together with some result examples typical for each method.

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