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Structure and composition of the surface layer of gas turbine blades

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    The surface layer of a turbine blade consists of a succession of layers: recrystallized + fine-grained; and work hardened characterized by an increased hardness and lattice spacing of the solid solution; and an undeformed one. The content of alloy elements in the surface layer differs considerably from the mean composition of the alloy.

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    The adverse effect of surface work-hardening on heat resistance is associated with the large gradient of lattice parameters at high temperature and with consequent internal stresses.

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    Cracking during extended operation at high temperature is caused by a depletion of the surface layer in alloy elements which, under normal conditions, ensure the high heat resistance of the alloy.

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Kolomytsev, P.T., Samgin, A.A. & Snetkov, A.Y. Structure and composition of the surface layer of gas turbine blades. Met Sci Heat Treat 2, 473–476 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00649722

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Keywords

  • Adverse Effect
  • Solid Solution
  • Surface Layer
  • Normal Condition
  • Internal Stress