High-temperature corrosion (HTC) is important in energy production, in engines and in industrial processes. It limits the life of installations, restricts the utilisation of the fuel and obstructs the development of more economical, environmentally sustainable processes and systems.
HTC research is helping to resolve today’s critical high-temperature corrosion issues and is providing the tools to address the new corrosion challenges brought on by the development of a sustainable energy system.
HTC is devoted to building skills and expertise in high-temperature corrosion. Our research focuses on two main application areas:
Renewable fuels – more efficient power production and gasification
Corrosion resistant materials for tomorrow’s energy system