Materials Technology in Steam Reforming Processes

Materials Technology in Steam Reforming Processes

Proceedings of the Materials Technology Symposium Held on October 21-22, 1964, Organised by the Agricultural Division, Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd.

1st Edition - January 1, 1966

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  • Editor: C. Edeleanu
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483180878

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Materials Technology in Steam Reforming Processes is a collection of papers that covers advancement in the various areas of studies in steam reforming processes. The title presents the studies of authors who are involved in the development of a particular process. The coverage of the text includes the fundamental aspects of the creep deformation of metals; factors affecting choice of materials and design of units for pressure steam reforming; and the research background of the thermalloy grades of chromium-nickel-iron heat-resisting alloys. The selection also covers corrosion problems on finned air-cooled heat exchanger tubing; and thermal insulation for steam-reforming plants. The book will be of great use to scientists, engineers, and technicians involved in materials science.

Table of Contents


  • Preface

    The ICI Naptha Reforming Process

    Some Fundamental Aspects of the Creep Deformation of Metals

    Factors Affecting Choice of Materials and Design of Units for Pressure Steam Reforming

    High Temperature Alloys for Use in Reformer Furnaces

    The Research Background of the Thermalloy Grades of Chromium-Nickel-Iron Heat-Resisting Alloys

    The Tensile Properties at Room and Elevated Temperatures of some Cast Austenitic Steels

    The Properties of Cast 25%Chromium-20%Nickel Austenitic Steels in Relation to their Use at Elevated Temperatures

    Introduction to The Use of Cast Alloy Material for Hydrocarbon Processing in the U.S.A.

    Notes on the Properties and Welding of Centrifugally Cast 25%Chromium/20%Nickel Alloy Steel Tube

    Introduction to Metallurgy of Cast Heat-Resisting Alloys

    Forms of Supply of Centrifugally Cast Reformer Tubing

    Development of Improved Wrought Alloys for Reformer Tubes

    Welding Metallurgy of Cast Austenitic Materials

    The Welding of High Alloy Materials Relevant to Pressure Steam-Reforming of Naphtha

    Failures of Header Support Bracket Assemblies

    Fabrication of Pigtail Assemblies

    Blanking-off Reformer Tubes during Plant Operation

    Experiences in Construction and Operation of the ICI Tubular Reformer at the Effingham Street Works of the East Midlands Gas Board

    High Temperature Strength and Delayed Fracture in Ceramic Materials

    Some Principles Governing the Performance of Refractory Concretes (Refractory Castables)

    Lining of Secondary Reformers

    Refractory Concrete Linings for Secondary Reformers

    Joints between Refractory Lined Pipes

    Thermal Insulation for Steam-Reforming Plants

    Transfer of Silica in the Pressure Steam Reforming Process

    Nickel Carbonyl Formation in Steam Reforming Processes

    Prevention of Vanadium Pentoxide Attack of Reformer Tubes by Magnesium Compounds

    Corrosion of Mild Steel due to Impingement in the Make-Gas Stream

    Corrosion in Centrifugal Air Compressors

    Corrosion Problems on Finned Air-Cooled Heat Exchanger Tubing

    Heat Resisting Rubber Connectors

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  • No. of pages: 396
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1966
  • Published: January 1, 1966
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483180878

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