High Temperature Corrosion

A special issue of Reactions (ISSN 2624-781X).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2024 | Viewed by 572

Special Issue Editor

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The science and engineering of gas–solid, liquid–solid, and solid–solid processes—which can involve high-temperature reactions with oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, water vapor, molten sulfates, chlorides, carbonates, vanadates, fluorides, etc.—have remarkably evolved over the past 50-60 years. Numerous symposia and colloquia have been held on this subject, which have been vwidely attended by researchers from all over the world. One of the many factors that advances our understanding of the field is the creation and evolution of new, sophisticated instruments and techniques that allow for a better analysis of scale compositions and structures.

The numerous details of high-temperature corrosion (HTC) have led to thousands of publications over the years and to the writing of several books on the subject. Moreover, early studies suffered from a lack of extensive data on various metals and alloys, the absence of appropriate experimental equipment, and an emphasis on materials that were important to the field for which the research was written.

This Special Issue will cover the most recent advances in HTC, namely:

  • Oxidation, sulfidation, nitridation, molten salts, molten metals, fuel-ash corrosion, and H2S/H2;
  • Fundamental studies of material–gas processes related to diffusion in HTC oxidation and sulphidation;
  • Corrosion of high-temperature fuel cells;
  • Corrosion of nuclear power plants;
  • Fundamental science and engineering of HTC, in a balanced way so that it would spark the interest of an academic researcher, PhD student or engineer in the industry.

Prof. Dr. César Augusto Correia de Sequeira
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • HTC types
  • films and scales
  • high-temperature equilibria
  • high-temperature electrochemistry
  • lattice defects in metal compounds
  • diffusion in solid-state systems
  • hot corrosion
  • fireside corrosion
  • high-temperature coatings
  • testing and evaluation

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.
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