The role of grain boundaries in the initial oxidation behavior of austenitic stainless steel containing alloyed Cu at 700C for advanced thermal power plant applications
- The role of grain boundaries in the initial oxidation behavior of austenitic stainless steel containing alloyed Cu at 700C for advanced thermal power plant applications
- 김주헌; 김병규; 김동익; Pyuck-Pa Choi; Dierk Raabe; 이경우
- Stainless steel; B. TEM; B. SEM; C. Oxidation
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- Corrosion science
- VOL 96, 52-66
- The role of grain boundaries during the early stages of oxidation in austenitic stainless steels containing alloyed Cu was investigated using APT, TEM, EBSD, EPMA, and XRD. The oxidation experiments were performed at 700 °C in air with 20% water vapor. Within 4 μm from the grain boundaries, the oxide layer exhibits a dual-layer structure consisting of a thin Fe-rich spinel oxide on a protective Cr2O3 oxide. Away from the grain boundaries, non-protective spinel oxide layers are formed as the outer and inner oxide layers. A critical grain size that prevents the formation of fast-growing spinel oxides is discussed.
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