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Effect of Sulfur in JP-5 Fuel on Hot Corrosion of Coated Superalloys in Marine Environment
PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO BARTLESVILLE OK RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DEPT
An experimental investigation is being conducted to evaluate the effect of very-low concentrations of sulfur in fuel on the durability of turbine-blade alloys when exposed under conditions simulating the environment in an aircraft-turbine engine operating in a marine environment. This has required development of a new turbine simulator, to increase productivity by simultaneous exposure of specimens and to improve precision by rotating specimens for uniform exposure in the high-velocity stream of high-temperature, high-pressure, corrosive gas.
Progress rept. no. 3, 2 Oct 1968-1 Jan 1969
See also Progress rept. no. 2, AD846450.
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