High Temperature Corrosion of Superheater Materials for Power Production through Biomass

Melanie Montgomery, Ernst emanuel Maahn, Karsten agersted Nielsen, K. Gotthjælp, Povl Brøndsted, Piet Jansen

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    Abstract

    The aim of the present study has been to establish a fundamental knowledge of the corrosion mechanisms acting on materials for use in biomass fired power plants. The knowledge is created based on laboratory exposures on selected materials in well-defined corrosive gas environments. An experimental facility has been established wherein the planned exposures are completed. Specimens were exposed in combined synthetic flue gas at temperatures up to 900C. The specimens could be cooled to 300C below the gas temperature. Gas flow and gas mixture can be varied according to the conditions found in a power plant boiler. The experiments using this facility includes corrosion studies of two types of high temperature resistant steels, Sandvik 8LR30 (18Cr 10Ni Ti) and Sanicro 28 (27Cr 31Ni 4Mo)investigated at 600Cin time intervals up to 300 hours. The influence of HCl (200ppm) and of SO2 (300 ppm) on the corrosion progress has been investigated.In addition the corrosion behaviour of the same materials was investigated after having been exposed under a cover of ash in air in a furnace at temperatures of 525C, 600C and 700C. The ashes utilised are from a straw-fired power plant and a synthetic ash composed of potassium chloride and potassium sulphate.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationTechnical University of Denmark, Lyngby
    PublisherRisø National Laboratory, Roskilde. Force Institute, Copenhagen
    Number of pages167
    ISBN (Print)87-550-2205-7
    Publication statusPublished - 1996
    SeriesEnergiministeriets Forskningsudvalg for produktion og fordeling af el og varme. Brændsler og forbrændingsteknik

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