The components contributing to corrosion, HCl(g)SO2(g), KCl and K2SO4 were studied in the laboratory for Sandvik 8LR30 and Sanicro 28. The influence of HCl and SO2 was investigated at 600C material temperature and 600/800C flue gas temperature at time intervals up to 300 hours. The influence of ash deposits in air was examined at 525C-700C. Finally exposures were undertaken combining the aforementioned aggressive gas environment with the ash deposits. Thus the corrosion potential of individual components were evaluated and also whether they had a synergistic, antagonistic or additive effect on one another to influence the overall corrosion rate.
|Title of host publication||Eurocorr 97|
|Place of Publication||Trondheim|
|Publisher||European Federation of Corrosion|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
|Event||EUROCORR´97 - Trondheim, Norway|
Duration: 22 Sep 1997 → 25 Sep 1997
|Period||22/09/1997 → 25/09/1997|