CCS and Power Systems

Advanced Energy Systems - Hydrogen Turbines


New Mechanistic Models of Creep-Fatigue Interactions for Gas Turbine Components


Performer: Purdue University

Project No: FE0011796


Program Background and Project Benefits

This project will develop novel tools to predict creep-fatigue crack growth in nickel-based gas turbine alloys for stationary power applications. Incorporation of this new model into existing product life cycle management approaches at NETL has significant potential to reduce turbine manufacturing costs and maintenance costs through increased blade life, leading to lower plant costs and lower electricity costs. Specifically, this project will create and validate a robust, multi-scale, mechanism-based model that quantitatively predicts creep-fatigue crack growth and failure in the nickel-based gas turbine alloy IN 718.


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