The concept of minimizing steel corrosion in liquid lead-alloys by addition of oxygen strongly depends on the availability of efficient devices for oxygen transfer and reliable oxygen sensors. The accuracy of electrochemical oxygen sensors is analyzed on the basis of theoretical considerations and results from experiments in stagnant lead-bismuth eutectic (LBE). Additionally, the feasibility of gas/liquid oxygen-transfer and the long-term performance of electrochemical sensors in flowing liquid metal are addressed based on operation of the CORRIDA loop, a facility for testing steels in flowing LBE.
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Aspects of Minimizing Steel Corrosion in Liquid Lead-Alloys by Addition of Oxygen
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Schroer, C, Wedemeyer, O, & Konys, J. "Aspects of Minimizing Steel Corrosion in Liquid Lead-Alloys by Addition of Oxygen." Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering. 18th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering: Volume 5. Xi’an, China. May 17–21, 2010. pp. 207-218. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/ICONE18-29726
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