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High-Temperature Material

Abhishek Sahu, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kalinga University, Naya Raipur,492001


Over the years, prerequisites for high-temperature materials have become more and more common, though it is problematic to encounter in real-life applications. However, the requirement of higher efficiency in energy production application, which can be readily accomplished by the application of high-temperature materials, has acted as a driving force in the development of high-temperature materials. The potential of high-temperature material can be effectively harnessed in many industry’s applications, including hypersonic aircraft structures, gas turbine engines for aircraft, electronics, lighting, and nuclear power plants and many more.   Materials that are capable of withstanding temperatures higher than 540 oC are referred to as high-temperature materials.  The materials used at high temperatures must possess certain properties that are especially anticipated for application at such severe temperatures, such as strength and thermal resistance, to function successfully, efficiently, and profitably. The required capabilities of high-temperature materials are rarely accessible with homogeneous materials. In the past decades, accelerated efforts have been focused on creating new material types and improving the temperature capabilities of current material systems. Key components of these operations for all materials systems have been the comprehension of material behaviour and the management of component manufacture to guarantee the desired performance. A few crucial specifications that high-temperature materials need to meet and emphasis is placed on four distinct categories of these materials: refractory concrete, ceramics, intermetallic alloys, and composites. These materials are also taken into consideration while examining potential solutions for some of the present problems.




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