A cooperative study has been performed by twenty members of the Committee on Heat Resisting Metals and Alloys of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science to find a useful rapid test method for evaluation of resistance of heat resisting alloys to fuel oil ash corrosion. It was concluded that furnace tests yielded relative corrosion rates very similar to those attained in a combustion test rig designed to approach actual engine conditions. This test method has been authorized by the Committee as a standard rapid test method for screening of austenitic heat resisting alloys.

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