Clean steel, superclean steel: conference proceedings, 6-7 March 1995, London, UK
Institute of Materials, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 327 pages
Proceedings of a conference organised by The Institute of Materials on behalf of the Electric Power Research Institute, USA. 21 papers give a summary of the exciting progress made in the last few years in understanding the properties of superclean steels. They also explore future applications outside conventional power generation equipment.
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12Cr steel 3.5NiCrMoV steel AFATT alloy bainitic behaviour carbon chemical composition clean steel CN CN CN components conventional steel Cr 1 Mo Cr Mo creep rupture strength creep strength CrMoV deoxidation ductility Durehete Electric electric arc furnace EPRI ESR ingot evaluation exposure factor FATT fracture toughness gas turbine grain heat treatment HGTD1 high purity higher HP-LP hydrogen improved impurity inclusions increase ingot J-factor ladle refining levels low residual manganese manufactured martensitic material mechanical properties melting microcracks microstructure monoblock LP rotor NiCrMoV steels niobium phosphorus pits power plant pressure vessel production PWHT quenching R. I. Jaffee reduced remelting residual elements resistance rotor steels scrap shows silicon slag specification specimens steam turbine steelmaking step cooling stress corrosion cracks sulphur Superclean 3.5NiCrMoV superclean steels Table temper embrittlement tensile test results tonnes trial rotor forging turbine rotors vacuum