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Energy Materials 2014

Conference Proceedings
Springer (Verlag)
Erschienen am 16. März 2017
XVII, 932 Seiten
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The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) is a member-driven international professional society dedicated to fostering the exchange of learning and ideas across the entire range of materials science and engineering, from minerals processing and primary metals production, to basic research and the advanced applications of materials. Included among its nearly 13,000 professional and student members are metallurgical and materials engineers, scientists, researchers, educators, and administrators from more than 70 countries on six continents. For more information on TMS, visit
1 - Cover [Seite 1]
2 - Title Page [Seite 3]
3 - Copyright Page [Seite 4]
4 - Table of Contents [Seite 5]
5 - Preface [Seite 13]
6 - Acknowledgements [Seite 14]
7 - Plenary Papers [Seite 17]
8 - The State-of-the-Art of Materials Technology Used for Fossil and Nuclear Power Plants in China [Seite 18]
9 - Energy Efficient Materials Manufacturing from Secondary Resources [Seite 27]
10 - Development and Applications of Pipeline Steel in Long-Distance Gas Pipeline of China [Seite 37]
11 - Factors Affecting the High Temperature Performance of Creep Strength Enhanced Ferritic Steels [Seite 46]
12 - Development of Advanced ODS Ferritic Steels for Fast Reactor Fuel Cladding [Seite 56]
13 - Development of Microalloyed Steels for the Oil and Gas Industry [Seite 66]
14 - Enhancing the Weldability of C-Mn Pressure Vessel Steels - A Tale of Two Elements [Seite 74]
15 - Corrosion of Advanced Steels: Challenges in the Oil and Gas Industry [Seite 84]
16 - Design against Propagating Shear Failure in Pipelines [Seite 93]
17 - Materials for Coal-Based Systems [Seite 112]
18 - The Development of Boiler Pipes Used for 700°C A-USC-PP in China [Seite 113]
19 - Creep Strength Behavior of Boron Added P91 Steel and Its Weld in the Temperature Range of 600-650°C [Seite 121]
20 - Development of Ferritic Heat-Resistant Steels Based on New Materials Design Concept for Advanced High Efficiency Power Plants [Seite 132]
21 - Alloy Design of Martensitic 9Cr-Boron Stee1 for A-USC Boiler at 650°C - Beyond Grades 91, 92 and 122 [Seite 138]
22 - Effect of Preferential Heat Treatment on Microstructure of New Martensitic Heat Resistant Steel G115 [Seite 146]
23 - Study on Phase Stability of New Ni Based Superalloy Less 1 Designed to Low the ETA and Sigma Phase Fraction at 700°C [Seite 153]
24 - Research on the Superheater Material Properties for USC Boiler with 700°C Steam Parameter [Seite 159]
25 - Creep-Rupture Behavior of Ni-Based Alloy Tube Bends for A-USC Boilers [Seite 168]
26 - Performance Evaluation and Analysis for P92 Extrusion Pipes [Seite 176]
27 - Effect of Alloying Additions On Oxidation Behaviors of Ni-Fe Based Superalloy for Ultra-Supercritical Boiler Applications [Seite 182]
28 - An Experimental Study on The Low Cycle Fatigue Behaviors of Domestic IP Rotor Steel for 1000MW Ultra-Supercritical Turbine [Seite 192]
29 - The Microstructural Evolution of Haynes 282 Alloy During Long-Term Exposure Tests [Seite 200]
30 - Alloy 740H Component Manufacturing Development [Seite 210]
31 - Advances in Large Nickel Alloy Turbine Castings for + 700°C Operation [Seite 218]
32 - Benchmarking of Influential Factors and Energy Consumption in Shougang Three Plants [Seite 226]
33 - Development of Advanced Heat Resistant Materials for IGCC and AUSC Power Plants [Seite 234]
34 - Stability of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of a Ni-Based Superalloy for Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Fossil Power [Seite 242]
35 - Studies on High Temperature Corrosion of Austenitic Heat-resistant Steels Super 304H/10Cr18Ni9Cu3NbN in Simulated and Real Combustion Gas Atmospheres [Seite 249]
36 - The Effect of Shot Peening on the Oxidation Resistance of Super304H Steels in Water Vapor [Seite 257]
37 - Relationship between Microstructure and Properties under Simulated On-Fire Processing Conditions of Q345R Boiler Steel [Seite 266]
38 - Recent Developments in Niobium Containing Austenitic Stainless Steels for Thermal Power Plants [Seite 275]
39 - Effect of Heattreatment on the Microstructure and Properties of Cold-Worked Inconel 740H Boiler Tubes [Seite 282]
40 - Development and Application of TMCP Steel Plate in Coal Mining Machinery [Seite 289]
41 - Study on Dynamic Strain Aging and Low-Cycle Fatigue of Stainless Steel in Ultra-Supercritical Unit [Seite 301]
42 - Microstructure Changing of P91 Heat Resistant Steel During Short-Term Creep at 873K [Seite 309]
43 - Effect of Solution Temperature on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nickel Based Alloy CN 617 [Seite 316]
44 - Effects of Mo Content on Microstructure and Mechanical Property of PH13-8Mo Martensitic Precipitation-Hardened Stainless Steel [Seite 322]
45 - Stress Corrosion Behavior of 12Cr Martensite Steel for Steam Turbine LP Blade [Seite 328]
46 - Creep Behavior and Microstructure Evolution of P92 Steel During Creep Test at 873 K. [Seite 334]
47 - Study of Cleanliness of High Nitrogen Steel in ESR [Seite 344]
48 - Effects of Packed Structure and Operation Conditions on Liquid Flow Behavior in Blast Fumace Hearth [Seite 351]
49 - Hot Deformation Behavior of NF709 Austenitic Heat-Resistant Steel [Seite 357]
50 - Material Challenges for Long Term and Safe Operation of Coal Gasification Systems [Seite 364]
51 - Effect of Surface Condition on the Oxidation Behavior of HK40 Alloy Under Low Oxygen Partial Pressure [Seite 372]
52 - Materials for Gas Turbine Systems [Seite 378]
53 - Influence of Wall Thickness on Microstructure of the Directionally Solidified Turbine Vane with High Withdrawal Rate [Seite 379]
54 - Influence of Cu and Zn Residues from Wire Electro-Discharge Machining on TBC Durability [Seite 385]
55 - Experience in Manufacture and Behaviours of High Chromium Forged Rotor Steels [Seite 391]
56 - Damage Analysis of a Retired Gas Turbine Disc [Seite 403]
57 - Computer Aided Design of Ni-Based Single Crystal Superalloy for Industrial Gas Turbine Blades [Seite 409]
58 - Effects of Al on Coherent ?', Lattice Misfit of ?'/? and Stress-Rupture Property of Nimonic 80A [Seite 415]
59 - The Application of 9% Cr Casting Steel with Co and B Addition for 620°C Steam Turbine [Seite 422]
60 - Materials for Nuclear Systems [Seite 428]
61 - Advanced Steels for Accident Tolerant Fuel Cladding in Current Light Water Reactors [Seite 429]
62 - Development of Mono-bloc Forging for CAP 1400 Reactor Pressure Vessel [Seite 439]
63 - Separation of Zirconium and Hafnium: A Review [Seite 447]
64 - Research on M23C6 Precipitation of 690 Alloy [Seite 454]
65 - Preliminary Investigation on Brazing Performance of OFHC Tube Butt-Joints [Seite 461]
66 - Hot Deformation Constitutive Equation and Processing Map of Alloy 690 [Seite 466]
67 - Thermal Aging Performance of Domestic Cast Austenitic Stainless Steels in Nuclear Power Plants [Seite 474]
68 - Analysis of Heat Treatment for Martensitic Stainless Steel Used in CRDM [Seite 480]
69 - Study on Material Selection of Reactor Pressure Vessel of SCWR [Seite 486]
70 - Study on LBB Behavior of Nuclear Primary Pipes After Long-Term Thermal Aging [Seite 493]
71 - The Anatomy of AP1000 Mono-Block Low Pressure Rotor Forging [Seite 501]
72 - Research on the Domestic Materials of Forging Z12CN13 Stainless Steel for Hold-Down Spring of Reactor [Seite 506]
73 - Development of Profile Forging for Channel Head of AP/ACP Steam Generator [Seite 513]
74 - Study about Ceiling Design for Main Control Room of NPP with HFE [Seite 522]
75 - Radiography Inspection Technology of CPR1000 Nuclear Power Unit Pressurizer [Seite 528]
76 - Study of Girth Weld Selection Principles and Solution of Inaccessible Girth Weld for High Wear Factor Pipe in Pre-service Inspection [Seite 534]
77 - Effect of Heat Treatment on the Microstructure and Properties of 9Cr2WVTa Reduced Activation Steels [Seite 540]
78 - Determination of Intergranular Corrosion Susceptibility of Z3CN20.09M Cast Duplex Stainless Steel by a Modified Double Loop Electrochemical Potentiokinetic Reactivation Method [Seite 546]
79 - Materials for Oil and Gas [Seite 552]
80 - Corrosion in the Oil and Gas Industry: An Increasing Challenge for Materials [Seite 553]
81 - Automatic Measurement of Centreline Segregation in Continuously Cast Line Pipe Steel Slabs [Seite 563]
82 - Latest Development and Application of Nb-Bearing High Strength Pipeline Steels [Seite 570]
83 - Study on the Toughness of X100 Pipeline Steel Heat Affected Zone [Seite 583]
84 - Development of Higher Ductility and Lower Strain Aging Sensitivity X90/X100 Pipeline Steel [Seite 591]
85 - Research and Development of Ultra-High Strength X100 Welded Pipe [Seite 598]
86 - Effect of Cooling Mode on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Pipeline Steel for Strain Based Design and Research on Its Deformation Machanism [Seite 607]
87 - Influence of Ni and Mn on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Coarse Grain Heat Affected Zone in Low Carbon Microalloyed Steel [Seite 613]
88 - Austenite Grain Size Control in Upstream Processing of Niobium Microalloyed Steels by Nano-Scale Precipitate Engineering of TiN-NbC Composite [Seite 622]
89 - The Effect of Tempering Process on Microstructural Characteristics and Mechanical Properties of Induction Bend Pipe [Seite 634]
90 - Weld HAZ Properties in Modern High Strength Niobium Pipeline Steels [Seite 640]
91 - Optimum Design and Development of High Strength and Toughness Welding Wire for Pipeline Steel [Seite 648]
92 - Low-Carbon Metallurgical Concepts for Seamless OCTG Pipe [Seite 656]
93 - Influence of Heat Treatments on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Oilfield Used Alloy 925 [Seite 662]
94 - Effects of Specimen Shape, Size and Initial Occupancy on the Thermal Desorption Spectrum of Hydrogen [Seite 669]
95 - High Temperature Properties Test and Research of 9Cr1Mo (P9) Seamless Pipe Used in Petrochemical Industry [Seite 675]
96 - Recent Developments of Advanced Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steels for Oil and Gas Industry [Seite 684]
97 - Hydrogen Cracking in Gas Tungsten Are Welding of an AIST Type 321 Stainless Steel [Seite 691]
98 - Development and Application of Alloy TDJ-028 Seamless Pipe for Sour Oil and Gas Wells [Seite 697]
99 - Effect of Hot-Bending Process on Microstructure and Mechanical Property of K65 Submerged ARC Welded Pipe [Seite 701]
100 - Micromechanical Behaviors of Multi-Phase High Performance Steels [Seite 709]
101 - Influence of Tempering Temperature on the Second Phase Precipitation and Properties of X60 Pipeline Steel [Seite 717]
102 - Research on Submarine Pipeline Steel with High Performance [Seite 723]
103 - Analysis of High Temperature Ductility of Pipeline Steel and Application to ASP® Production Line in Angang Steel Co. LTD [Seite 731]
104 - Characterization of Anisotropie Behavior for High Grade Pipes [Seite 739]
105 - Application of Advanced Materials in Petroleum Engineering [Seite 746]
106 - Evaluation of Environmentally Assisted Cracking of Armour Wires in Flexible Pipes, Power Cables and Umbilicals [Seite 753]
107 - The Analysis of Force on PDC Cutter [Seite 759]
108 - Influence of Chloride Ion and Temperature on the Corrosion Behavior of Ni-Fe-Cr Alloy 028 [Seite 766]
109 - Materials for Pressure Vessels [Seite 772]
110 - Applications of Steel Plates for Pressure Vessels in GB150.2 [Seite 773]
111 - Niobium Application, Metallurgy and Global Trends in Pressure Vessel Steels [Seite 781]
112 - Optimised Use of High Strength Steels for Pressure Vessels by Application ofModem Design Methods According to European Standards [Seite 790]
113 - Evaluation of Stress Corrosion Resistance Properties of 15CrMoR(H) in H2S Environment [Seite 796]
114 - Development of High Performance Cr-Mo Steel Plate for Hydrogen Service in Wugang [Seite 805]
115 - Effect of Tempering Temperature on the Low Temperature Toughness of the Cr-Mo Alloyed Pressure Vessel Steels [Seite 813]
116 - Research and Development of Nb-Bearing Steel Plates for Pressure Vessels in China [Seite 819]
117 - Research on the Low Temperature Pressure Vessel Steel of NISCO [Seite 829]
118 - Development of High Heat Input Welding High Strength Steel Plate for Oil Storage Tank in Xinyu Steel Company [Seite 837]
119 - Current Situation and Development Trend of Stainless Steel Material Applied in Pressure Vessel [Seite 844]
120 - Development of 12Cr2M01VR (H) Steel Plate for Equipment Under Hydrogen Atmosphere [Seite 853]
121 - Microstructure and Impact Toughness of the Intercritically Reheated Coarse-grained Heat Affected Zone of 13MnNiMoR Steel [Seite 858]
122 - Effect of Niobium on the Static Recrystallization of 5Ni Cryogenic Steel [Seite 866]
123 - The Development of Ni-Containing Cryogenic Steels and Their Industrial Manufacturing [Seite 873]
124 - Development of -50°C High-Strength and High-Toughness Nb-Bearing Steel for Large Sphere Tank [Seite 880]
125 - Others [Seite 885]
126 - Fuel for Life: Aluminum Energy Technologies for Electricity Generation by Hydrogen [Seite 886]
127 - Author Index [Seite 892]
128 - Subject Index [Seite 896]

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