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Author Shibli, A.

Title Coal Power Plant Materials and Life Assessment : Developments and Applications.

Imprint Woodhead Publishing, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource.
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Woodhead publishing series in energy ; Number 62
Woodhead Publishing in energy ; no. 62.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Annotation This book provides a comprehensive reference on coal power plant materials, their behaviour under operational loads, and approaches to life assessment and defect management. The book initially details the range of structural alloys utilised in coal power plants, and the life assessment techniques applicable to defect-free components under operational loads. The book then goes on to review the life assessment techniques applicable to components containing defects and the risk-based inspection and life management approaches that can be adopted to optimise both long term plant operation and new plant and component design. Finally, the book considers the technical and economic assessment of thermal cycling and low load operation, i.e. the flexible operation of coal power plant to meet variable energy demands rather than just baseload power.
Contents Cover; Coal Power Plant Materials and Life Assessment: Developments and Applications; Copyright; Contents; Contributor contact details; Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; Part I:Materials for coal power plant construction; 1:Grade 91 heatresistant martensitic steel; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Chemical compositions, heat treatments and microstructure; 1.3 Estimation of longterm creep strength; 1.4 Microstructure evolution; 1.5 Degradation in welded joints: type IV fracture; 1.6 Creep-fatigue properties; 1.7 Steam oxidation and exfoliation of oxide scale.
1.8 Sources of further information and advice1.9 References; 2:Grade 92 creepstrength-enhanced ferritic steel; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Chemical composition and alloy design of Grade 92 steel; 2.3 The manufacturing process and microstructure; 2.4 Physical properties; 2.5 Other mechanical properties of Grade 92 steel; 2.6 Creep rupture and strain properties; 2.7 Optimizing the chemical composition for creep rupture strength of Grade 92 steel; 2.8 Equilibrium phase diagram of Grade 92 steel; 2.9 Continuous cooling rate transformation diagram (CCT diagram); 2.10 Field test record.
2.11 Production records2.12 References; 3:T23 and T24 -- new generation low alloyed steels; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Developments in low alloy steels; 3.3 The metallurgy of low alloy steels; 3.4 Welding and weld performance; 3.5 Service and lifetime properties; 3.6 Fabrication issues; 3.7 Conclusion; 3.8 References; 4:Traditional low alloy steels in power plant design; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Metallurgy of low alloy creepresisting steels; 4.3 Low alloy steels used for other components; 4.4 History of the use of low alloy steels; 4.5 Properties of low alloy steels.
4.6 Design stress values for low alloy steels4.7 Hightemperature properties of welds; 4.8 Conclusion; 4.9 References; 5:Creep strength of austenitic stainless steels for boiler applications; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Creep strength; 5.3 Modelling of creep strength; 5.4 Conclusion; 5.5 References; 6:Nickelbase alloys for advanced power plant components; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Development of nickelbase alloys; 6.3 Critical components; 6.4 Materials testing programmes; 6.5 Candidate alloys; 6.6 Properties of the candidate alloys; 6.7 Conclusion and future trends; 6.8 References.
Part II:Performance assessment of coal power plants7:Inservice loading data and life assessment procedures in coal power plants; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Data collection; 7.3 Fundamental techniques and data collation; 7.4 Data analysis and life assessment; 7.5 Modelling performance and life assessment; 7.6 Application towards improving service life; 7.7 Advantages and limitations of approaches; 7.8 Emerging trends; 7.9 References; 8:Residual life evaluation techniques, defect assessment procedures and monitoring in coal power plants; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Residual life evaluation techniques.
Subject Coal-fired power plants.
Coal-fired power plants. (OCoLC)fst00865569
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Other Form: Print version: 9781322012032
ISBN 1322012032 (ebk)
9781322012032 (ebk)
9780857097323
0857097326
0857094319
9780857094315
9780857094315
Standard No. 9780857094315
DEBBG BV042182450
DEBSZ 417231318

 
    
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