Materials for Advanced Power Engineering 1994: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Liege, Belgium, 3-6 October 1994 Part 2
The role of energy in the modern world goes beyond mere technology and economics to influence welfare, the environment, the quality of life and, in broad terms, civilization itself. Since the Industrial Revolution, energy conservation technology has been at the forefront of the innovation required to satisfy the needs of mankind and, more than any other, this technology has always depended on the performance of the materials used. In this, the report of the Fifth Liege Conference devoted to a review of the work of the European Materials Collaborative Programmes, the results of the programmes are presented along the following technology-oriented themes: steam-power plant; gas turbines; diesel engines; advanced combustion; and perspectives. The book thus presents an up-to-date reference on materials technologies in energy conversion from fossil fuels and materials for high-efficiency, low-emission systems.
- Hardback | 2 pages
- 31 Aug 1994
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- United States
Table of contents
Parts 1 & 2: Steam-Power Plant. Review Papers. Low Alloy Steels. 9-12per cent Cr Steels. High Alloy Steels. Life-Time Prediction. Gas Turbines and Diesel Engines. Review Papers. Microstructures and Properties of Superalloys. Powder Metallurgy, Intermetallics, Processing. DS and Single Crystal Alloys. Hot Corrosion, Coatings. Advanced Combustion. Review Papers. Fe-Base ODS Alloys. Waste Incineration, Sulphidation, New Systems. Perspectives. Review Papers.