Effect of Sulfur in JP-5 Fuel on Hot Corrosion of Turbine Blade Materials in Marine Environment.
Progress rept. no. 2, 2 Nov 69-2 Feb 70,
PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO BARTLESVILLE OK RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DEPT
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An experimental investigation is being conducted to evaluate the effect of very-low concentrations of sulfur in fuel on the durability of turbine-blade materials when exposed under conditions simulating the environment in an aircraft-turbine engine operating in a marine environment. A secondary objective of the investigation is to make, where feasible, comparisons of the relative durability of the superalloys and coating-superalloy systems. Author
- Properties of Metals and Alloys
- Jet and Gas Turbine Engines