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Pressure Vessels and Piping: Volume II: Materials and Properties
Editor(s): Baldevraj, B. K. Choudhary, Anish Kumar

ISBN:    978-81-7319-973-8 
Publication Year:   2009
Pages:   744
Binding:   Hard Back
Dimension:   185mm x 240mm
Weight:   1600

About the book

The world of materials is complex, exciting and challenging. This volume of Pressure Vessels and Piping: Materials and Properties is an attempt to share the excitement, knowledge and awareness. The chronological development of high temperature materials has been highlighted in several reviews. The development of new materials to achieve better efficiency and cost effectiveness of power generating and allied industries has been discussed through several original contributions. High temperature mechanical properties including creep, fatigue and fracture, the key criteria for safe life design of components along with physical metallurgy and corrosion aspects for a variety of materials form the contents. The book is a valuable source of knowledge and inspiration to students, researchers, scientists, engineers, plant personnel and technology managers.

Table of Contents

Materials for ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant boilers / Advanced ferritic steels for thick section boiler components in USC power plant at 923 K / High temperature alloys for pressure vessels and piping / Development, production and behaviour of new CrMoV steel for tubes and pipes for power generation equipments / Corrosion resistant alloys for pressure vessels and piping / Environmental barrier coatings for ceramic components in gas turbines / On the creep behaviour of T91 steel for PFBR steam generator tube applications / Creep behaviour of simulated heat affected zone microstrctures and weld joint of P91 steel / The significance of microstructure changes and steam oxidation for the service life of chromium steel components / Tertiary creep of tempered martensite 9-12% Cr steels / Creep failure behaviour and life prediction of high strength ferritic steels / Assessment of long-term creep strength of high Cr ferritic creep resistant steels with region splitting method / Cost-effective acquisition of long-term creep design data / A new creep damage criterion and its implications to engineering creep design / Self-healing effect of creep cavitation in a Cu-containing 347 steel / Isothermal multiple heat stress rupture correlations / Creep and life assessment of engineering components in power plant and process industries / Remnant life assessment of radiant heater tube / Flow behaviour and substructural evalution in type 316L stainless steel / Elevated temperature fatigue design criteria / Tensile and low cycle fatigue behaviour of 9Cr-1 Mo-1W steel / Low cycle fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction of 9Cr-1Mo-Nb-V ferritic steel / On the fatigue deformation and damage in 9% Cr feeritic Steels / High temperature low cycle fatigue behaviour of AISI type 316L(N) stainless steel / Low cycle fatigue behaviour of thermally aged 316 stainless steel welds / Evaluation of the effect of dynamic sodium on the low cycle fatigue properties of 316 L(N) austenitic stainless steel / Code for high temperature testing of weld industrial specimens and sensitivity analysis for component assessment / Standardisation of creep/fatigue testing of fracture mechanics specimens for component life assessment / Fracture Mechanics based characterisation of ductile fracture behaviour of primary heat transport piping material / A simple charpy-fracture toughness correlation for prediction of reference temperature / Fracture toughness evaluation of indigenously developed SS 316(N) weld / Creep Crack Initiation in AISI 316 (N) Weld / Early growth of small cracks in heat resistant alloys under creep-fatigue condition / Short and long fatigue crack growth behaviour of a ferritic steel base metal and weld metal / Striation spacing and fatigue crack growth in pipes and pipe welds / Deformation, fatigue and fracture behaviour of type 304 LN stainless steel and its welds / Fracture Testing of Pipe with Through Crack / Physical metallurgy of alloy 718 and alloy 625 / Thermal stability study on newly developing Ni-base super alloys for boiler tubes of USC power plants / Advanced boiler materials for ultra supercritical coal power plants / Thermal stability of 9Cr-1Mo ferritic steel / Study of Non-Isothermal Transformation Behaviour of New Cr-Mo-V Steel using Dilatometry / Advanced microscopic techniques for imaging carbides in ferritic steels / Microstructural evolution in modified 9Cr-1 Mo steel during long term thermal exposure / Low-temperature ageing embrittlement of cast duplex stainless steel used in pressurized water reactors - A review / Auger electron spectroscopic study of surface chemical segregation in ti-modified stainless steel / Phase distribution in cylic oxidised Ir-Ta modified aluminide coatings on nickel base single crystal superalloy / Oxidation and carburisation of Cr-Containing Steels at high temperature - recent experimental results and computer based simulation / Steam oxidation behaviour of ferritic and austenitic steels / Mechanism and mitigation of corrosion-assisted cracking of steels for tubing, vessels and pipes at elevated temperatures / Pitting corrosion behaviour of AISI type 316LN stainless steel and its weld metal / Corrosion fatigue behaviour of AISI type 316L(N) stainless steel in boiling acidified concentrated chloride solution / Determination of threshold stress intensity factor (KISCC) and growth rate for caustic cracking of mild steel using small circumferential notched tensile (CNT) specimens / Oxidation Kinetic Studies of Alloy 22 and HSLA Structural Steels Using High-Temperature Thermogravimetry (TGA) / Role of electrochemical conditioning in caustic cracking of steel vessels and pipes for alumina processsing / Electrochemical potentiostatic reactivation technique to assess the degree of alloy depletion during thermal ageing of indigenous AISI 316 L(N) stainless steel at 973 K / About the Editors / Authors Index / Subject Index.


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