Hiroshi Hasegawa OKUBO
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Improvement of oxidation resistance of 9 mass% chromium steel for advanced-ultra supercritical power plant boilers by pre-oxidation treatment
F Abe, H Kutsumi, H Haruyama, H Okubo
Corrosion Science 114, 1-9, 2017
282017
Creep characteristics in carbon free new martensitic alloys
S Muneki, H Okada, H Okubo, M Igarashi, F Abe
Materials Science and Engineering: A 406 (1-2), 43-49, 2005
222005
Creep deformation and the corresponding microstructural evolution in high-Cr ferritic steels
M Igarashi, S Muneki, H Hasegawa, K Yamada, F Abe
ISIJ international 41 (Suppl), S101-S105, 2001
212001
Effects of alloying elements on creep properties of 9Cr-3.3 W-0.5 Pd-V, Nb, N, B steels
H Okada, S Muneki, K Yamada, H Okubo, M Igarashi, F Abe
ISIJ international 42 (10), 1169-1174, 2002
132002
Improvement of oxidation resistance of 9% Cr steel for A-USC by pre-oxidation treatment
H Okubo, S Muneki, T Hara, H Kutsumi, F Abe
Proceedings of the 34th MPA Seminar. Stuttgart, Germany, 42.1-42.11, 2008
72008
Creep property of carbon and nitrogen free high strength new alloys
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
International journal of pressure vessels and piping 87 (6), 351-356, 2010
42010
Formation of FeAl layer on carbon-nitrogen free Fe-12Ni-9Co-10W austenitic alloy by aluminizing treatment and its effect on oxidation behavior in steam
S Arikawa, S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe, T Sasaki, T Yakou
Nippon Kinzoku Gakkaishi/Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals 73 (4 …, 2009
42009
III. MATERIALS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE SERVICE-III-1. Structural Steels-Creep Properties of Advanced Heat-Resistant Martensitic Steels Strengthened by L10 Type Ordered …
M Igarashi, S Muneki, F Abe
Key Engineering Materials 171, 505-512, 2000
42000
Development of new alloys with excellent high temperature creep characteristics of 700 C or more
S Muneki, H Okubo, H Okada, M Igarashi, F Abe
Materials science forum 539, 3076-3081, 2007
32007
Creep properties and microstructures on thermo-mechanical and magnetic treated 9Cr ferritic steels
S Muneki, H Okubo, H Okada, F Abe
Materials Science Forum 426, 1023-1028, 2003
32003
A proposal of development of structural materials based on a new concept for advanced USC power plants
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
3rd Symposium on Heat Resistant Steels and Alloys for High Efficiency USC …, 2009
22009
炭素窒素無添加 Fe-12Ni-9Co-10W 系オーステナイト合金のアルミナイズ処理による Fe-Al 合金皮膜形成過程
有川秀一, 宗木政一, 大久保弘, 阿部冨士雄, 八高隆雄
日本金属学会誌 73 (9), 695-702, 2009
22009
A study on the creep properties more over 700 C of advanced heat resistant carbon, nitrogen and cobalt free alloys
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
Proc. 34th MPA-seminar, 2008
22008
Creep properties of carbon-and nitrogen-free austenitic alloys for USC power plants
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
Proc. fifth int. conf. on advances in materials technology for fossil power …, 2007
22007
Innovative research and development of heat resistant structural materials for USC power plants
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
Proc. 4th int. conf. on advances in materials technology for fossil power …, 2004
22004
A study of new carbon free martensitic alloys with superior creep properties at elevated temperatures over 973 K.
S Muneki, H Okubo, H Okada, M Igarashi, F Abe
PARSONS 2003: Sixth International Charles Parsons Turbine Conference, 569-582, 2003
22003
Formation of Fe-Al alloy layers on carbon-nitrogen free Fe-12Ni-9Co-10W austenitic alloy by aluminizing treatment
S Arikawa, S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe, T Yakou
Nippon Kinzoku Gakkaishi/Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals 73 (9 …, 2009
12009
A study of carbon and nitrogen free new alloys with superior creep properties more over 700 C
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
Key Engineering Materials 345, 593-596, 2007
12007
A study of carbon and nitrogen free new alloys with superior creep properties more over 700 C
S Muneki, H Okubo, F Abe
Key Engineering Materials 345, 593-596, 2007
12007
Creep Properties of Fe-12Ni-5Cr-3Mo Carbon Free New Martensitic Alloys
S Muneki, H Okada, H Okubo, F Abe
Proc. 28th MPA-Seminar 55, 2002
12002
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