Energy Materials 2017
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Energy Materials 2017

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ISBN-13:
9783319516462
Einband:
Schmuckkasten
Erscheinungsdatum:
30.03.2017
Seiten:
457
Autor:
Xingbo Liu
Gewicht:
84 g
Format:
192x136x17 mm
Serie:
The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
Highlights materials research and innovations for a wide breadth of energy systems and technologies.
Part 1: Energy and Environmental Issues in Materials Manufacturing and Processing: Opportunities in the Steel Industry.- Waste Energy Recovery Technology of Iron and Steel Industry in China.- Green Manufacturing Process of Shougang Jingtang Steel Plant.- The Introduction and Process Optimization Research of Oxygen Blast Furnace Ironmaking Technology.- Prediction and optimal scheduling of byproduct gases in steel mill: Trends and challenges.- Processing Non-Oriented Electrical Steels Using Inclined/Skew Rolling Schemes.- A Possible Way for Efficient Utilization of Coal Energy: The Combined Process of Ironmaking with Gasoline Synthesis and Electricity Generation.- The influence of water vapour on the fuming rate in a ferromanganese system.- Part 2: Energy and Environmental Issues in Materials Manufacturing and Processing: Opportunities in Aluminum Production, Waste Heat and Water Recovery.- Approach for pyrolysis gas release modelling and its potential for enhanced energy efficiency of aluminium remelting furnaces.- Numerical approach for the implementation of the interaction of pyrolysis gases and combustion products in an aluminium melting furnace.- Fluoropolymer Coated Condensing Heat Exchangers for Low-grade Waste Heat Recovery.- Nitrate and other anion removal from waste water using the Hydroflex technology.- Mechanical Analysis of Raceway Formation in Bulk Bed of Blast Furnace.- Part 3: Materials for Coal-Based Power: Materials For Coal-Based Power: Session I.- Ni-Fe based alloy GH984G used for 700 coal-fired power plant.- Part 4: Materials for Coal-Based Power: Materials For Coal-Based Power: Session II.- Creep strength and oxidation resistance of industrially made G115 Steel pipe.- Accelerated creep test for new steels and welds.- Part 5: Materials for Coal-Based Power: Materials For Coal-Based Power: Session IV.- The Reliability Analysis of 12Cr1MoVG and T23 Used for USC Boilers Water Wall.- Part 6: Materials for Coal-Based Power: Poster Session.- Effect of high-frequency induction hardening on stress corrosion of a 12% Cr martensitic stainless steel.- Fireside corrosion behaviors of Inconel 740 H superalloy in various SO2 contents.- High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of HAYNES282 Superalloy.- Recent Development in the Characteristics of Alloy 625 for A-USC Steam Turbine Castings.- Part 7: Materials for Gas Turbines: Coatings.- EVOLUTION OF THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF Sm2Zr2O7 UNDER CMAS ATTACK.- Part 8: Materials for Gas Turbines: Hot Corrosion and New Materials.- Development of a new high strength and hot corrosion resistant directionally solidified superalloy DZ409.- Part 9: Materials for Gas Turbines: Microstructure and Processing.- Modeling the Diffusion of Minor Elements in Different MCrAlY - Superalloy Substrates at High Temperature.- ON HEALING MECHANISM OF CAST POROSITIES IN CAST NI-BASED SUPERALLOY BY HOT ISOSTATIC PRESSING.- The Influence of Dendritic Segregation Degree to the Recrystallization Nucleation in U4720LI.- Part 10: Materials for Gas Turbines: Poster Session.- Stress Rupture Properties of Alloy 783.- Study on the Undercoolability and Single Crystal Castability of Nickel-Based Superalloys.- Part 11: Materials for Nuclear Energy: Materials for Nuclear Applications I.- Enhancing the High-Cycle Fatigue Property of 316 Austenitic Stainless Steels through Introduction of Mechanical Twins by Cold-Drawing.- Part 12: Materials for Nuclear Energy: Materials for Nuclear Applications II.- Microstructure Evolution of a Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel during High-temperature Tempering.-  Part 13: Materials for Nuclear Energy: Environmental Effects.- Effect of Steam Pressure on the Oxidation Behaviour of Alloy 625.- Friction Stir Processing of Degraded Austenitic Stainless Steel Nuclear Fuel Dry Cask Storage System Canisters.- Part 14: Materials for Nuclear Energy: Accident Tolerant Fuels & Irradiation Effects.- The Mechanical Response of Advanced Claddings during Proposed Reactivity Initiated Accident Conditions.- First principles investigations of alternative nuclear fuels.- Comparative study of thermal conductivity of SiC and BeO from ab initio calculations.- Part 15: Materials for Oil and Gas and AMREE Oil & Gas III.- Anisotropic behaviors for X100 high grade pipeline steel under stress constraints.- Co-relation of microstructural features with tensile and toughness characteristics of X70 grade steel.- Development and applications of new generation Ni-containing cryogenic steels in China.- Microstructure analysis and weldability investigation of stainless steel clad plate.- Microstructure and Properties of High Performance Pipeline Steels.- Sensitivity variation of nanomaterials at different operating temperature conditions.

This collection highlights materials research and innovations for a wide breadth of energy systems and technologies. The volume includes papers organized into the following sections: Energy and Environmental Issues in Materials Manufacturing and Processing Materials in Clean Power Materials for Coal-Based Power Materials for Energy Conversion with Emphasis on SOFC Materials for Gas Turbines Materials for Nuclear Energy Materials for Oil and Gas