Corrosion Behavior of Nitrogen Containing Hot Rolled 304LN in Nitric Acid Medium View Full Text


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2013-12-08

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Girija Suresh, T. Nandakumar, C. Mallika, U. Kamachi Mudali, L. Ninova, C. Andreev

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The corrosion behaviour of 304LN stainless steels containing three different nitrogen content (0.132, 0.193, 0.406 wt% N) was investigated by potentiodynamic anodic polarization technique, in 1, 4, 6 M nitric acid and simulated high level waste (HLW) medium. The results showed that all three alloys exhibited good corrosion resistance in nitric acid and simulated HLW and the corrosion properties were found to be similar. Owing to the spontaneous formation of the protective chromium oxide passive film in nitric acid and simulated HLW, increasing the nitrogen content of the alloy did not indicate any discernable effect on the corrosion resistance in both media. It was also found that the oxidizing ions present in simulated HLW did not deteriorate the passive film stability of the nitrogen containing alloys. In chloride medium, the highest nitrogen content 304LN stainless steel showed a profound increase in pitting corrosion resistance when compared to the lower nitrogen content alloy. Optical and scanning electron microscopy was carried out to obtain information about the microstructure. The results of the investigation are discussed in the paper. More... »

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367-374

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