Modeling in High Temperature Corrosion: A Review and Outlook
Reviewartikel, 2021

Realizing higher operating temperatures to increase efficiency of future applications for energy conversion and storage while minimizing cost is a challenge for development of high-temperature materials. Simultaneous optimization of mechanical properties and corrosion resistance continues to be a difficult task but is essential due to the need to significantly accelerate the transition between technology readiness levels in the future. Oxidation-induced degradation will be a critical life-limiting mechanism at increased operating temperatures. Suitable high-temperature materials cannot be solely identified by time-consuming experiments and reliable computational methods incorporating the relevant physics of processes must be considered to complement the experimental efforts. In the present work, a review of the methods employed to model oxidation-induced material degradation described in literature will be discussed. Furthermore, their capability to predict lifetime and aid in material selection will be evaluated.

Coupled thermodynamic-kinetic modeling

Oxidation kinetics

Lifetime prediction

Compositional evolution interdiffusion


R. Pillai

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Anton Chyrkin

Chalmers, Kemi och kemiteknik, Energi och material, Oorganisk miljökemi

W. J. Quadakkers

Forschungszentrum Jülich

Oxidation of Metals

0030-770X (ISSN) 1573-4889 (eISSN)

Vol. In Press


Övrig annan teknik

Kemiska processer

Annan materialteknik



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