CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES.

H. K. Bowen, J. W. Halloran, W. T. Petuskey, J. B. See, D. Lynch

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to define the problems of maintaining chemical integrity of the electrode-insulator walls in a coal-fired MHD system. The basic requirements for high temperature electrodes are defined and six candidate materials: (LaSr)CrO//3, SiC, ZrO//2( plus CeO//2), Mo, graphite, ZrB//2( plus SiC) which all have adequate high temperature electronic characteristics are considered.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 1974
Externally publishedYes

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Chemical stability
Magnetohydrodynamics
Degradation
Electrodes
Graphite
Coal
Temperature

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Bowen, H. K., Halloran, J. W., Petuskey, W. T., See, J. B., & Lynch, D. (1974). CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES..

CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES. / Bowen, H. K.; Halloran, J. W.; Petuskey, W. T.; See, J. B.; Lynch, D.

1974.

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Bowen, HK, Halloran, JW, Petuskey, WT, See, JB & Lynch, D 1974, 'CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES.'.
Bowen HK, Halloran JW, Petuskey WT, See JB, Lynch D. CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES.. 1974.
Bowen, H. K. ; Halloran, J. W. ; Petuskey, W. T. ; See, J. B. ; Lynch, D. / CHEMICAL STABILITY AND DEGRADATION OF MHD ELECTRODES.
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