Paper Title
Fabrication of Cold Sprayed Coating For Waste Incinerator Conditions

The waste-to-energy plants around the globe are still running at low efficiency as compared to fossil fuel based plants due to hot corrosion degradation failure of the heat exchanger components. The presence of mainly alkali and heavy metals along-with chlorine in the waste lowers the first melting point (FMT) of deposits on the surfaces, results in accelerated corrosion of the components. Though superalloys show better results compared to different boiler steels but still there is need of corrosion resistant coatings to improve the efficiency of the power plants. The work related to cold sprayed coating is not much reported in high temperature corrosive environments. This paper presents the results of the corrosion behavior of cold spray coated superalloy in the chlorine containing real service medical waste based incinerator plant environment.