Improvement in Oxidation Resistance of Ferritic Stainless Steel by Carbon Ion Implantation
- Improvement in Oxidation Resistance of Ferritic Stainless Steel by Carbon Ion Implantation
- 홍승희; Phaniraj Madakashira; 김동익; 안재평; 조영환; 한승희; 한흥남
- SOFC; Interconnects; stainless steel; oxidation; implantation
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- Electrochemical and solid-state letters
- VOL 13, NO 4, B40-B42
- The oxidation characteristics of ferritic stainless steel (Crofer22APU), a potential candidate for interconnects in solid oxide fuel
cells, were studied. Carbon was introduced on the surface by ion implantation, and both the carbon-implanted and unimplanted
samples were subjected to oxidation at 800°C for 500 h. Ion implantation produced a carbon-rich amorphous region at the top
surface. Fast diffusion induced by ion implantation promoted the formation of spinel oxides. The carbon-implanted samples
showed significantly less mass gain than the unimplanted samples.
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