R. Viswanathan's Advanced heat resistant steels for power generation PDF

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3 Development Progress of Ferritic Steels for Boiler shows the development progress of ferritic steels of the 2Cr, 9Cr and 12Cr series. Of them, HCM9Ml is a low carbon 9Cr-2Mo steel having service experience over a period of 25 years since development, with about 2000 tons having been produced specifically for superheater and reheater tubes and steam pipes. The strength of this steel is between those of T 22 and TP 304H, and it is used especially for reheater tubes in place of lSCr-SNi steels. Tempaloy F-9,2 EM123 and T914 are improved 9Cr steels whose strengths have been enhanced by adding carbide forming elements such as V and Nb.

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