ICME for Creep of NI-Base Superalloys in Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Steam Turbines Email Page
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Performer:  Ohio State University Location:  Columbus, Ohio
Project Duration:  09/01/2016 – 07/31/2019 Award Number:  FE0027776
Technology Area:  University Training and Research Total Award Value:  $400,000
Key Technology:  High Performance Materials DOE Share:  $400,000
Performer Share:  $0

Microscopic phase-field modeling of rafting mechanisms
Microscopic phase-field modeling of rafting mechanisms

Project Description

This project will combine materials informatics and physics based modeling for an ICME approach to predict long-term creep behavior in Ni-based superalloys for advanced ultra-supercritical steam turbine applications. This project will apply advanced materials informatics for critical assessment of existing experimental data from creep tests on selected alloy, evaluate existing models to ascertain confidence on creep-life predictions and determine which if any provide a statistically adequate fit to the data and safe extrapolation of the data, and develop new modeling capabilities needed to predict long-term creep behavior of Ni-base superalloys for use in A-USC coal-fired power plant steam turbines.

Project Benefits

Improved efficiency and accuracy in assessing the Ni-base superalloy’s long-term creep performance, accelerated development and qualification of new materials for next generation A-USC steam turbine systems, and increased efficiency of coal-fired power plants and reduced emissions.

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Contact Information

Federal Project Manager Richard Dunst: richard.dunst@netl.doe.gov
Technology Manager Briggs White: briggs.white@netl.doe.gov
Principal Investigator Stephen Niezgoda: niezgoda.6@osu.edu