High Temperature Corrosion Of 310s Austenitic Stainless Steel In Co2/Hcl Environment
High temperature corrosion of SUS 310S austenitic stainless steel was investigated comparatively in CO2 and
HCl/H2O environment at 900⁰C. The thickness of corrosion layer in case of CO2 surrounding was thinner than HCl/H2O
environment because of protective chromium oxide layer formation. The corrosion layer of HCl/H2O environment was
porous and weak caused by water vapor leading to intergranular corrosion and intermetallic compounds (oxide, chloride,
Index Terms ─ High temperature corrosion, austenitic stainless steel.