An overheat boiler tube failure
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Failure analysis of an electric resistance welded carbon steel boiler tube demonstrated that the mechanism of failure was long-term overheat due to heavy internal scaling, followed by short-term overheat due to localized heating during boiler shutdown.
Keywordsboiler tube carbon steel creep overheat
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