Kerem Gündüz

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High temperature oxidation of inconel 939 produced by additive manufacturing

Alberto Visibile, Kerem Gündüz, Mohammad Sattari et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 233
Journal article

Intergranular oxidation of additively manufactured Ni-base alloy 625: The role of Si

Anton Chyrkin, W. J. Nowak, Kerem Gündüz et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 219
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High temperature oxidation of AISI 441 in simulated solid oxide fuel cell anode side conditions

Anton Chyrkin, Kerem Gündüz, Vijayshankar Asokan et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 203
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High-temperature oxidation behavior of additively manufactured IN625: Effect of microstructure and grain size

Anton Chyrkin, Kerem Gündüz, Irina Fedorova et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 205
Journal article

The effect of additive manufacturing on the initial High temperature oxidation properties of RE-containing FeCrAl alloys

Kerem Gündüz, Alberto Visibile, Mohammad Sattari et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 188
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The effect of hydrogen on the breakdown of the protective oxide scale in solid oxide fuel cell interconnects

Kerem Gündüz, Anton Chyrkin, Claudia Goebel et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 179
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The Influence of Humidity Content on Ferritic Stainless Steels Used in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell under Dual Atmosphere Conditions at 600 C

Luca Gagliani, Alberto Visibile, Kerem Gündüz et al
ECS Transactions. Vol. 103 (1), p. 1809-1815
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