Esraa Hamdy Mohamedin

Doctoral Student at Energy and Material

Esraa Hamdy Mohamedin is PhD student at the division of Environmental Inorganic Chemistry. Her work focuses on high temperature corrosion in systems for heat storage applications utilizing eutectic salt melts. One such application can be thermal storage in concentrated solar power plants for electricity production even during nighttime. In collaboration with industry partners, they investigate and identify materials that can endure this highly corrosive high temperature environment. These materials are among others novel alumina forming alloys.

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Perspectives on selected alloys in contact with eutectic melts for thermal storage: Nitrates, carbonates and chlorides

Esraa Hamdy Mohamedin, Johanna Nockert Olovsjö, Christine Geers
Solar Energy. Vol. 224, p. 1210-1221
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Differentiation in corrosion performance of alumina forming alloys in alkali carbonate melts

Esraa Hamdy Mohamedin, Michal Strach, Johanna Nockert Olovsjö et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 192
Journal article

Additional data and experimental setups, for a comparative study of alloys in contact to eutectic melts for thermal storage

Esraa Hamdy Mohamedin, Johanna Nockert Olovsjö, Christine Geers
Data in Brief. Vol. 38
Journal article

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