Superalloys 2008

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 11th InternationalSymposium on Superalloys held September 14-18, 2008, in Champion,Pennsylvania. The symposium covered all aspects of the development,production, behavior and integration of superalloys, and relatedhigh temperature materials, into gas turbines for aircraft, powergeneration and other applications. Symposium topics included cast,wrought and powder ...

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Overview

This volume contains the proceedings of the 11th InternationalSymposium on Superalloys held September 14-18, 2008, in Champion,Pennsylvania. The symposium covered all aspects of the development,production, behavior and integration of superalloys, and relatedhigh temperature materials, into gas turbines for aircraft, powergeneration and other applications. Symposium topics included cast,wrought and powder superalloys and associated coating systems.Behavioral studies in these areas were also discussed:

  • solidification
  • processing
  • environmental properties
  • mechanical behavior
  • alloy development
  • life prediction methodologies
  • modeling and simulation
  • performance of materials in service environments
  • high temperature coatings
  • joining and repair techniques

Emphasis is placed on the perspective of the customer, e.g., theairlines, military, and power generation utilities. Current trendsin customer requirements and the latest response of the superalloyscommunity to customer challenges are highlighted in the volume.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873397285
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1000
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Best Paper Award.

Dedication.

Eleventh International Symposium on Superalloys CommitteeMembers.

Superalloys 2008.

Symposium Keynote Address.

Challenges for High Temperature Materials in the New Millennium(R. Schafrik, and S. Walston).

Latest Advances in Alloy Development I.

NASA and Superalloys: A Customer, a Participant, and a Referee(M. Nathal).

Development of a New Fatigue and Creep Resistant PM Nickel-BaseSuperalloy for Disk Applications (J. Guedou, I.Augustins-Lecallier, L. Nazé, P. Caron, and D. Locq).

A New Ni-Base Superalloy for Oil and Gas Applications (S.Mannan, and L. Patel).

Structure Control of a New-Type High-Cr Superalloy (J. Dong,Z. Bi, N. Wang, X. Xie, and Z. Wang).

Interactive Session A: Alloy Development.

Development of Ni-Co-Base Alloys for High-Temperature DiskApplications (Y. Gu, C. Cui, H. Harada, T. Fukuda, D. Ping, A.Mitsuhashi, K. Kato, T. Kobayashi, and J. Fujioka).

The Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of EP741NP PowderMetallurgy Disc Material (J. Radavich, D. Furrer, T. Carneiro,and J. Lemsky).

Effects of a Tantalum Addition on the Morphological andCompositional Evolution of a Model Ni-Al-Cr Superalloy (C.Booth-Morrison, R. Noebe, and D. Seidman).

Linking the Properties, Processing and Chemistry of AdvancedSingle Crystal Ni-Base Superalloys (S. Tin, L. Zhang, R. Hobbs,A. Yeh, C. Rae, and B. Broomfield).

Effect of Ruthenium on Microstructure and Stress RuptureProperties of a Single Crystal Nickel-Base Superalloy (Y. Han,W. Ma, Z. Dong, S. Li, and S. Gong).

Optimizing SC René N4 Alloy for DS Aft-Stage BucketApplications in Industrial Gas Turbines (G. Bouse, J. Schaeffer,and M. Henry).

The Influence of Ruthenium and Rhenium on the Local Propertiesof the γ- and γ'-Phase in Nickel-Base Superalloys andTheir Consequences for Alloy Behavior (S. Neumeier, F. Pyczak,and M. Göken).

The Effects of Heat Treatment and Microstructure Variations onDisk Superalloy Properties at High Temperature (T. Gabb, J.Gayda, J. Telesman, and A. Garg).

A 5th Generation SC Superalloy with Balanced High TemperatureProperties and Processability (A. Sato, H. Harada, A. Yeh, K.Kawagishi, T. Kobayashi, Y. Koizumi, T. Yokokawa, and J.Zhang).

P/M Alloy 10 - A 700ºC Capable Nickel-Based Superalloy forTurbine Disk Applications (D. Rice, P. Kantzos, B. Hann, J.Neumann, and R. Helmink).

The Effect of Composition, Misfit, and Heat Treatment on thePrimary Creep Behavior of Single Crystal Nickel Base SuperalloysPWA 1480 and PWA 1484 (B. Wilson, and G. Fuchs Influence ofthe γ' Fraction on the γ/γ').

Topological Inversion during High Temperature Creep of SingleCrystal Superalloys (P. Caron, C. Ramusat, and F.Diologent).

Latest Advances in Alloy Development II.

Evaluation of Ruthenium-Bearing Single Crystal Superalloys - ADesign of Experiments (R. Hobbs, G. Brewster, C. Rae, and S.Tin).

Development of High Temperature Capability P/M Disk Superalloys(E. Huron, K. Bain, D. Mourer, and T. Gabb).

Development of a Fabricable Gamma Prime (γ') StrengthenedSuperalloy (L. Pike).

Elevated Temperature Mechanical Behavior of New Low CTESuperalloys (C. Cowen, and P. Jablonski).

Latest Advances in Processing I.

New Boron and Silicon Free Single Crystal-Diffusion BrazingAlloys (M. Dinkel, P. Heinz, F. Pyczak, A. Volek, M. Ott, E.Affeldt, A. Vossberg, M. Göken, and R. Singer).

Creep-Fatigue and Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue of Friction-WeldedIN 718/MarM247 Dissimilar Joint (M. Okazaki, M. Sakaguchi, T.Tran, and M. Sekihara).

Gas Turbine Blade Made of FG75-Investment Casting Technology forComplex, Hollow, Fibre-Reinforced NiAl-Components (S. Hollad, C.Dahmen, and A. Bührig-Polaczek).

Interactive Session B: Advances in Processing.

A Study of HAZ Microfissuring in a Newly Developed Allvac 718Plus Superalloy (K. Vishwakarma, and M. Chaturvedi).

Advancement in Fast Epitaxial High Temperature Brazing of SingleCrystalline Nickel Based Superalloys (B. Laux, S. Piegert, andJ. Rösler).

An Analysis of Solidification Path in the Ni-Base Superalloy,CMSX10K (N. D'Souza, and H. Dong).

Post-Fabrication Vapor Phase Strengthening of a Nickel-BasedSheet Alloy for Thermostructural Panels (S. Johnson, R.Adharapurapu, and T. Pollock).

Solute Redistribution during Planar and Dendritic Growth ofDirectionally Solidified Ni-Base Superalloy CMSX-10 (Seong MoonSeo, Je-Hyun Lee, Young-Soo Yoo, Chang-Yong Jo, Hirofumi Miyahara,and Keisaku Ogi).

The Effects of Withdrawal and Melt Overheating Histories on theMicrostructure of a Nickel-Based Single Crystal Superalloy (L.Liu, T. Hang, M. Zou, W. Zhang, J. Zhang, and H. Fu).

Influence of TLP Bonding on Creep Deformation of a Nickel-BaseSingle Crystal Superalloy at High Temperature (J. Liu, T. Jin,N. Zhao, Z. Wang, X. Sun, H. Guan, and Z. Hu).

Design of Solutionizing Heat Treatments for an ExperimentalSingle Crystal Superalloys (S. Hegde, R. Kearsey, and J.Beddoes).

Effect of Cooling Rate on Gleeble Hot Ductility of UDIMET Alloy720 Billet (M. Fahrmann, and A. Suzuki).

Competitive Grain Growth in Directional Solidification of aNickel-Base Superalloy (Y. Zhou, and N. Green).

Severe Thermomechanical Processing as an Effective Method forPreparation of Bulk and Sheet Nanostructured Semifinished Productsfrom Nickel Alloys 718 and 718plus (V. Valitov, R. Mulyukov, M.Gigliotti, and P. Subramanian).

Investigation of the Partition Coefficient in the Ni-Fe-NbAlloys: A Thermodynamic and Experimental Approach (J. Valdes, D.Kim, S. Shang, X. Liu, P. King, and Z. Liu0.

Effect of Thermal History on the Properties and Microstructureof a Large HIPed PM Superalloy Billet (D. Novotnak, G. Maurer,L. Lherbier, and J. Radavich).

Latest Advances in Processing II.

Process Development and Microstructure and Mechanical PropertyEvaluation of a Dual Microstructure Heat Treated Advanced NickelDisc Alloy (R. Mitchell, J. Lemsky, R. Ramanathan, H. Li, K.Perkins, and L. Connor).

A Statistical Analysis of Variations in Hot Tear Performance andMicroporosity Formation Versus Composition in Investment CastFSX-414 (K. Ronan).

Grain Selection during Solidification in Spiral Grain Selector(H. Dai, J. Gebelin, M. Newell, R. Reed, N. D'Souza, P. Brown,and H. Dong).

Microdeformation and Macroscopic Properties I.

Deformation Mechanisms in Ni-Base Disk Superalloys at HigherTemperatures (R. Unocic, L. Kovarik, C. Shen, P. Sarosi, Y.Wang, J. Li, S. Ghosh, and M. Mills).

Grain Boundary and Intragranular Deformations during HighTemperature Creep of a PM Nickel-Based Superalloy (A. Soula, Y.Renollet, D. Boivin, J. Pouchou, D. Locq, P. Caron, and Y.Bréchet).

Grain Scale Straining Processes during High TemperatureCompression of a PM Disk Alloy (W. Tu, and T. Pollock).

The Effect of γ' Particle Size on the Deformation Mechanismin an Advanced Polycrystalline Nickel- Base Superalloy (M.Preuss, J. Quinta da Fonseca, B. Grant, E. Knoche, R. Moat, and M.Daymond).

Interactive Session C: Physical Metallurgy.

Surface Effects on Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior in IN718 Alloy(P. Bhowal, D. Stolz, A. Wusatowska-Sarnek, and R.Montero).

The Characterisation and Prediction of LCF Behaviour in NickelSingle Crystal Blade Alloys (W. Evans, R. Lancaster, A. Steele,and N. Jones).

Tension/Compression Asymmetry in Yield and Creep Strengths ofNi-Based Superalloys (N. Tsuno, S. Shimabayashi, K. Kakehi, C.Rae, and R. Reed).

Effects of Low Angle Boundaries on the Mechanical Properties ofSingle Crystal Superalloy DD6 (J. Li, J. Zhao, S. Liu, and M.Han).

High Temperature Creep of Directionally Solidified Ni BaseSuperalloys Containing Local Recrystallization (G. Xie, L. Wang,J. Zhang, and L. Lou).

The Effect of Thermomechanical Processing on the Microstructureand Creep Behavior of Udimet Alloy 188 (S. Longanbach, and C.Boehlert).

Failure Analysis of Weld-Repaired B-1900 Turbine Blade Shrouds(E. Mueller, L. Carney, S. Ngin, and J. Yadon).

High Temperature Microstructural Degradation of Haynes Alloy 230(J. Veverkova, A. Strang, G. Marchant, G. McColvin, and H.Atkinson).

The Effect of Carbide Morphologies on Elevated TemperatureTensile and Fatigue Behavior of a Modified Single Crystal Ni-BaseSuperalloy (A. Wasson, and G. Fuchs).

Gamma Prime Morphology and Creep Properties of Nickel BaseSuperalloys with Platinum Group Metal Additions (J. VanSluytman, A. Suzuki, A. Bolcavage, R. Helmink, D. Ballard, and T.Pollock).

Elevated-Temperature Creep-Fatigue Crack-Growth Behavior ofNickel-Based HAYNES R-41, HAYNES 230 and HASTELLOY X Alloys (S.Lee, P. Liaw, Y. Lu, D. Fielden, L. Pike, and D.Klarstromix).

A New Hyperbolic Tangent Modelling Approach for the CreepBehavior of the Single Crystal Nickel- Based Superalloy CMSX4(H. Basoalto, B. Vermeulen, J. Brooks, G. Coventry, S. Williams,J. Mason-Flucke, and S. Bagnall).

Assessment on the Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue Properties of 98Ni-Base Single Crystal Superalloys (M. Sakamoto, H. Harada, T.Yokokawa, Y. Koizumi, T. Kobayashi, H. Zhou, J. Zhang, and N.Miyamoto).

Comparison of Low Cycle (Notch) Fatigue Behaviour at Temperaturein Single Crystal Turbine Blade Materials (P. Reed, and M.Miller).

Fatigue Behavior in Monocrystalline Ni-Based Superalloys forBlade Applications (C. Yablinsky, K. Flores, M. Mills, J.Williams, and J. Rigney).

Microstructural Conditions Contributing to Fatigue Variabilityin P/M Nickel-Base Superalloys (W. Porter III, K. Li, M. Caton,S. Jha, B. Bartha, and J. Larsen).

A TEM Investigation on Precipitation Behavior of AEREX350Superalloy (M. Samiee, and S. Asgari0.

Elastic Microstrains during Tension and Creep of Superalloys:Results from In Situ Neutron Diffraction (Y. Lu, S. Ma, and B.Majumdar).

Microdeformation and Macroscopic Properties II.

Mean vs. Life-Limiting Fatigue Behavior of a Nickel BasedSuperalloy (S. Jha, M. Caton, and J. Larsen).

Assessment of Lifetime Calculation of Forged IN718 AerospaceComponents Based on a Multi-Parametric Microstructural Evaluation(M. Stoschka, M. Stockinger, H. Leitner, M. Riedler, and W.Eichlseder).

Evaluation of the Influence of Grain Structure on the FatigueVariability of Waspaloy (M. Brogdon, and A.Rosenberger).

Fatigue Crack Initiation in Nickel-Based Superalloy René 88DT at 593ºC (J. Miao, T. Pollock, and J. Jones).

Coatings and Environmental Effects I.

Superalloys for Ultra Supercritical SteamTurbines—Oxidation Behavior (G. Holcomb).

Effects of Oxidation and Hot Corrosion in a Nickel Disc Alloy(A. Encinas-Oropesa, G. Drew, M. Hardy, A. Leggett, J. Nicholls,and N. Simms).

Development of Si-Bearing 4th Generation Ni-Base Single CrystalSuperalloys (A. Yeh, K. Kawagishi, H. Harada, T. Yokokawa, Y.Koizumi, T. Kobayashi, D. Ping, J. Fujioka, and T. Suzuki).

The Development and Performance of Novel Pt+Hf-Modifiedγ'-Ni3Al+γ-Ni Bond Coatings for Advanced Thermal BarrierCoatings Systems (N. Mu, T. Izumi, L. Zhang, and B.Gleesonx).

Interactive Session D: Coatings,Environmental/Microstructural Degradation.

The Performance of Pt-Modified Alumina-Forming Coatings andModel Alloys (B. Pint, J. Haynes, K. More, J. Schneibel, Y.Zhang, and I. Wright).

Oxidation of MCrAlY Coatings on Ni-Based Superalloys (M.Pace, R. Thomson, and J. Wells).

Oxidation and Coating Evolution in Aluminized Fourth GenerationBlade Alloys (I. Edmonds, H. Evans, and C. Jones).

D5, Formation of gamma'-Ni3Al via the Peritectiod Reaction:gamma; + beta (+ Al2O3) = gamma' (+ Al2O3) (E. Copland).

Analysis of Surface Chemical Contamination on Ex-ServiceIndustrial Gas Turbine Components (S. Feng, B. Shollock, R.Reed, and M. Ryan).

Long-Term Cyclic-Oxidation Behavior of Selected High TemperatureAlloys (V. Deodeshmukh, and S. Sr.ivastava).

High Temperature Corrosion Behavior of DS GTD-111 in Oxidizingand Sulfidizing Environments (M. Trexler, P. Singh, and T.Sanders Jr.).

The Influence of Hot-Deformation Parameters on the MechanicalProperties and Precipitation Process in Nickel Based Superalloy(A. Nowotnik).

Creep Behavior of Thick and Thin Walled Structures of aSingle-Crystal Nickel-Base Superalloy at High Temperatures –Experimental Method and Results (R. Hüttner, R. Völkl,J. Gabel, and U. Glatzel).

Microstructural Degradation of CMSX-4: Kinetics and Effect onMechanical Properties (A. Epishin, T. Link, M. Nazmy, M.Staubli, H. Klingelhöffer, and G. Nolze).

Long Term Coarsening of René 80 Ni-Base Superalloy (D.Hadjiapostolidou, and B. Shollock).

Temperature and Dwell Dependence of Fatigue Crack Propagation inVarious Heat Treated Turbine Disc Alloys (S. Everitt, M.Starink, and P. Reed).

Coatings and Environmental Effects II.

Development of Improved Bond Coat for Enhanced TurbineDurability (B. Hazel, J. Rigney, M. Gorman, B. Boutwell, and R.Darolia0.

EQ Coating: A New Concept for SRZ-Free Coating Systems (K.Kawagishi, H. Harada, A. Sato, and K. Matsumoto).

An Investigation of the Compatibility of Nickel-Based SingleCrystal Superalloys with Thermal Barrier Coating Systems (R. Wu,K. Kawagishi, H. Harada, and R. Reed).

Secondary Reaction Zones in Coated 4th Generation Ni-Based BladeAlloys (A. Suzuki, C. Rae, M. Yoshida, Y. Matsubara, and H.Murakami).

High Temperature Behavior I.

Thermal Stability Characterization of Ni-Base ATI 718PlusSuperalloy (W. Cao).

The Precipitation and Strengthening Behavior of Ni2(Mo,Cr) inHASTELLOY C-22HS Alloy, a Newly Developed High Molybdenum Ni-BaseSuperalloy (X. Xie, Y. Zeng, K. Kou, J. Dong, L. Pike, and D.Klarstrom).

Effect of Microstructure on Time Dependent Fatigue Crack GrowthBehavior in a P/M Turbine Disk Alloy (J. Telesman, T. Gabb, A.Garg, P. Bonacuse, and J. Gayda).

Interactive Session E: Modelling, Simulation andValidation.

Phase-Field Modeling of γ' Precipitation in Multi-ComponentNi-Base Superalloys (T. Kitashima, D. Ping, J. Wang, and H.Harada).

Evolution of Size and Morphology of γ' Precipitates inUDIMET 720 Li during Continuous Cooling (R. Radis, M. Schaffer,M. Albu, G. Kothleitner, P. Pölt, and E. Kozeschnik).

Quantitative Characterization of Features Affecting Crack Pathin a Directionally Solidified Superalloy (M. Trexler, and T.Sanders Jr.).

Modeling Topologically Close-Packed Phases in Superalloys:Valence-Dependent Bond-Order Potentials Based on Ab-InitioCalculations (T. Hammerschmidt, B. Seiser, R. Drautz, and D.Pettifor).

Microstructure Modeling of the Dynamic RecrystallizationKinetics during Turbine Disc Forging of the Nickel Based SuperalloyAllvac 718 Plus (D. Huber, C. Stotter, C. Sommitsch, S. Mitsche,P. Poelt, B. Buchmayr, and M. Stockinger).

High Temperature Nanoindentation of Ni-Base Superalloys (A.Sawant, S. Tin, and J. Zhao).

A New Analytical Method of γ/γ' Morphology in SingleCrystal Ni-Base Superalloys: For New Orientation of Damage andRemaining Life Assessment (M. Sakaguchi, and M.Okazaki).

Characterization of Three-Dimensional Dendritic Structures inNickel-Base Single Crystals for Investigation of Defect Formation(J. Madison, J. Spowart, D. Rowenhorst, J. Fiedler, and T.Pollock).

High Temperature Behavior II.

Atom Probe Tomography Analysis of Possible Rhenium Clustering inNickel-Based Superalloys (A. Mottura, M. Miller, and R.Reed).

Designing of High-Rhemium Single Cristal Ni-Based Supealloy forGas Turbine Blades (E. Kablov, and N.Petrushin).

Numerical Modelling of Creep Deformation in a CMSX-4 SingleCrystal Superalloy Turbine Blade (D. Dye, A. Ma, and R.Reed).

Modeling, Simulation and Validation I.

Precipitation Model Validation in 3rd Generation AeroturbineDisc Alloys (G. Olson, H. Jou, J. Jung, J. Sebastian, A. Misra,I. Locci, and D. Hull).

A Modeling Tool for the Precipitation Simulations of Superalloysduring Heat Treatments (K. Wu, F. Zhang, S. Chen, W. Cao, and Y.Chang).

Non-Isothermal Creep Behavior of a Second Generation Ni-BasedSingle Crystal Superalloy: Experimental Characterization andModeling (J. Cormier, X. Milhet, F. Vogel, and J.Mendez).

Development of a Simulation Approach to Microstructure Evolutionduring Solidification and Homogenisation Using the Phase FieldMethod (N. Warnken, A. Drevermann, D. Ma, S. Fries, and I.Steinbach).

Modeling, Simulation and Validation II.

A Coupled Creep Plasticity Model for Residual Stress Relaxationof a Shot Peened Nickel-Base Superalloy (D. Buchanan, R. John,R. Brockman, and A. Rosenberger).

Integration of Simulations and Experiments for ModelingSuperalloy Grain Growth (E. Payton, G. Wang, N. Ma, Y. Wang, M.Mills, D. Whitis, D. Mourer, and D. Wei).

Polycrystalline Modelling of Udimet 720 Forging (J. Thebault,D. Solas, C. Rey, T. Baudin, O. Fandeur, and M. Clavel).

Studies on Alloying Element Partitioning in DMS4 Nickel BaseSuperalloy Using Monte Carlo Simulations and 3D Atom Probe (R.Balamuralikrishnan, R. Sankarasubramanian, M. Pathak, K.Muraleedharan, and N. Das).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

Alloys Index.

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