|Title:||High Temperature and Corrosion Properties of A Newly Developed Fe-Al-O Based OPH Alloy|
|Citation:||KHALAJ, O. ., SAEBNOORI, E. ., CHOCHOLATÝ, O. ., JIRKOVÁ, H. ., SVOBODA, J. . High Temperature and Corrosion Properties of A Newly Developed Fe-Al-O Based OPH Alloy. Metals, 2020, roč. 10, č. 2, s. nestránkováno. ISSN 2075-4701.|
|Keywords in different language:||OPH;corrosion;oxidation;microstructure;Fe-Al-O|
|Abstract:||Fe–Al–O-based materials are currently undergoing a great deal of development because of their many special properties. However, lack of strength at high temperatures, limited ductility at ambient temperatures and corrosion resistance have hindered a wider application of these materials. Recently, a new Fe–Al-based oxide precipitation hardened (OPH) steel was developed by the authors to improve the mechanical properties and oxidation resistance. The new OPH alloys are produced by dissolving a specific amount of oxygen in the matrix during mechanical alloying followed by precipitation of fine dispersion of aluminum or yttrium oxides during hot consolidation. A series of tests was performed to evaluate the thermomechanical properties and corrosion resistance in a 3.5% NaCl solution. The results show improved corrosion resistance, as well as mechanical properties, while the production costs of this material are lower than for traditional materials.|
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