Properties of pure nickel after long term exposures to LiOH and vacuum at 775 K View Full Text


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DATE

1991-12

AUTHORS

J. Daniel Whittenberger

ABSTRACT

The solid to liquid phase transformation of LiOH at 744 K is considered to be an ideal candidate thermal energy storage (TES) mechanism for a Rankine heat engine based solar dynamic system operating at ∼682 K. While pure nickel is thought to be a suitable containment material for LiOH, long term containment is of concern because molten hydroxides are usually corrosive. Two lots of commercially pure nickel (both with chemistries corresponding to Ni-201) have been exposed to molten LiOH, its vapor, and vacuum at 775 K for periods ranging from 50 to 5000 hr, and simple mechanical property measurements (77 to 900 K tensile and 750 K creep rupture) of exposed materials have been undertaken. Comparison of the weight gain data, microstructures, and tensile and creep rupture properties indicates that little, if any, difference in behavior can be ascribed to exposure to any of the three environments. Thus it can be concluded that Ni is a suitable containment material for a LiOH thermal energy storage system. More... »

PAGES

257-271

Journal

TITLE

Journal of Materials Engineering

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

13

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02834028

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02834028

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