CCS and Power Systems
Crosscutting Research - University Training and Research
Effective Exploration of New 760 Degrees Celsius-Capability Steels for Coal Energy
Performer: Ohio State University Research Foundation
Project No: FE0008960
Figure 1. Montage image of an Iron-Chromium-Molybdenum (Fe-Cr-Mo)triple region of a diffusion multiple that was dual-annealed at 1200 °C for 500 hours followed by 900 °C for 500 hours, showing several different precipitate phases with diverse sizes and morphologies. Large composition regions are created in this single sample to allow efficient screening of high-temperature capable precipitates to strengthen new steels aimed at being used in AUSC coal energy systems.