LIQUID METAL TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT (SODIUM) STATE-OF-THE-ART-STUDY.
Contributor(s)United States. Department of Energy.
KeywordsFurnaces/Design For Calibrating Thermocouples
Alumel-- Aluminum Alloys-- Manganese Alloys-- Nickel Alloys-- Silicides
Tungsten Alloy Couples/Re--W/W, Design And Performance Of
Platinum Alloy Couples/Pt/Pt--Rh, Design And Performance Of
Welding/Fluxes And Temperatures Of, Tables On
Rhodium Alloy Couples/Pt/ Pt--Rh, Design And Performance Of
Iron Couples/ Constantan/Fe, Design And Performance Of
Heat Resisting Metals
Copper Couples/Constantan/Cu, Design And Performance Of
N30130* --Metals, Ceramics, & Other Materials--Metals & Alloys--Properties Evaluations
Metals/Melting Points Of, Tables On
Constantan-- Copper Alloys
Thermocouples/Design And Performance For Temperature Measurements In Liquid So
Rhodium Couples/Pt/Rh, Design And Performance Of
Platinum Couples/Pt/Rh, Design And Performance Of
Chromel Couples/Alumel/Chromel, Design And Performance Of
Oxides/Melting Points Of, Tables On
Sodium/Temperature Measurements In Liquid, Instrumentation For
Chromel-- Chromium Alloys-- Nickel Alloys
Uses Copper Furnaces/Design For Calibrating Thermocouples
Liquid Metal Coolant
Constantan Couples/Constantan/Fe, Design And Performance Of
Platinum Couples/Pt/Pt--Rh, Design And Performance Of
Alumel Couples/Alumel/Chromel, Design And Performance Of
Constantan Couples/ Constantan/Cu, Design And Performance Of
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COATINGS FOR REFRACTORY METALS IN AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTSLOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO INC PALOALTO CA MATERIALS SCIENCES LAB; Perkins, R. A.; Packer, C. M. (1965-09)The behavior of 8 commercially coated refractory metal systems in various aerospace conditions was evaluated: PFR-6, Disil, and Durak-B coated TZM; PFR-32, CrTiSi, and vought IV coated Cb-752; CrTiSi coated B-66; and Sn-Al coated Ta-10W. Environmental and performance requirements for aerospace applications of coated refractory metals were analyzed. A detailed metallographic study was also conducted for each coating system. The behavior under various conditions was thus explained, and recommendations for additional applications and development were made. The following conclusions were drawn: the 8 coating systems have good utility over a broad range of aerospace applications; the oxidation resistance of all silicide-base coatings (including CrTiSi) and Sn-Al coatings is degraded at reduced pressure; in lifting reentry applications, temperature limits will probably be determined by the performance capabilities of the interior surfaces, where pressures will be lower.