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Performer:  Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Location:  Richland, Washington
Project Duration:  10/01/1996 – 09/30/2016 Award Number:  FWP-12461
Technology Area:  Plant Optimization Technologies Total Award Value:  $8,465,000
Key Technology:  High Performance Materials DOE Share:  $8,465,000
Performer Share:  $0

TEM image of the Friction Stir Welded nugget in<br/>Eurofer 97 – exhibits little difference from the base metal
TEM image of the Friction Stir Welded nugget in
Eurofer 97 – exhibits little difference from the base metal

Project Description

The objective of this project is to develop the joining technology required for high-efficiency, low-emissions fossil energy conversion in support of U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy clean coal programs. Focus will be on oxide dispersion strengthened alloys and nickel based superalloys.

Project Benefits

This project will demonstrate joining of advanced high-temperature materials. Development of effective joining methods to maintain the material performance of high-performance alloys will enable their use in high-temperature, high-pressure, corrosive environments, including advanced ultrasupercritical steam turbines and boilers. Improvement to high-temperature advanced materials will promote the development of advanced power plant designs that can operate at higher temperatures and pressures, with improved efficiency and operational flexibility, resulting in lower capital and operating costs.

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Contact Information

Federal Project Manager Vito Cedro: vito.cedro@netl.doe.gov
Technology Manager Robert Romanosky: robert.romanosky@netl.doe.gov
Principal Investigator Glenn Grant: glenn.grant@pnl.gov