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Abstract

New type 321 corrosion-resistant steel heat shields were cracking during welding operations. A failure analysis was performed. The cause was found to be chloride induced stress-corrosion cracking. Packaging was suspected and confirmed to be the cause of the chloride contamination. A contributing factor was the length of time spent in the packaging, 21 years.

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S.C. Binard, 2019. "Failure Analysis of Gas Turbine Engine Fuel Nozzle Heat Shields", ASM Failure Analysis Case Histories: Improper Maintenance, Repair, and Operating Conditions

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