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Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys

Hollie Cockings Orcid Logo, Karen Perkins Orcid Logo, Simon Gray

Materials at High Temperatures, Volume: 35, Issue: 5, Pages: 451 - 460

Swansea University Authors: Hollie Cockings Orcid Logo, Karen Perkins Orcid Logo

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Prior to the method developed in this paper, salting techniques for corrosion-fatigue testing in the literature were trialled and yielded anomalous laboratory-based test results and did not represent in-service gas turbine conditions. This new method has enabled test reproducibility, closely simulat...

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Published in: Materials at High Temperatures
ISSN: 0960-3409 1878-6413
Published: United Kingdom Taylor & Francis 2018
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title Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
spellingShingle Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
Hollie, Cockings
Karen, Perkins
title_short Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
title_full Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
title_fullStr Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
title_full_unstemmed Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
title_sort Optimisation of a salt deposition technique for the corrosion-fatigue testing of nickel based superalloys
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description Prior to the method developed in this paper, salting techniques for corrosion-fatigue testing in the literature were trialled and yielded anomalous laboratory-based test results and did not represent in-service gas turbine conditions. This new method has enabled test reproducibility, closely simulating in-service damage and is used within Rolls-Royce, Amec- Foster-Wheeler, Cranfield University and Swansea University as a test standard and is an underpinning technology on EP/H500383/1, EP/H022309/1, IUK113018, EP/M005607/1 (and others) enabling a full materials database to be established under high temperature corrosion-fatigue conditions. Two further EngD’s have been funded under EP/H022309/1 and EP/L015099/1, specifically to develop this work further.
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