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Simulation on the Thermal Stress of Super304H Oxidation Scale at 600°C

In this paper, based on the analysis of cross-section of steam oxidation of Super304H sample at 600°C, thermal stress contours were obtained by using finite element analysis through establishing geometric model and refine meshing. After extracting the stress in the interface of oxide layer and analy... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced materials research 2014-12, Vol.1065-1069, p.1934-1938
Main Author: Chen, Jun Wei
Other Authors: Jiang, Zhen , Mu, Hao , Wan, Qiang , Hu, Lei , Yang, Bing
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Language: English
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description: In this paper, based on the analysis of cross-section of steam oxidation of Super304H sample at 600°C, thermal stress contours were obtained by using finite element analysis through establishing geometric model and refine meshing. After extracting the stress in the interface of oxide layer and analyzing the thermal stress, it can be found that there exists compressive and tensile stress in the interface between substrate and scale, which is affected by the slope of the interface.
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abstractIn this paper, based on the analysis of cross-section of steam oxidation of Super304H sample at 600°C, thermal stress contours were obtained by using finite element analysis through establishing geometric model and refine meshing. After extracting the stress in the interface of oxide layer and analyzing the thermal stress, it can be found that there exists compressive and tensile stress in the interface between substrate and scale, which is affected by the slope of the interface.
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