VLASÁK Tomáš SVÚM a.s.

Spoluautoři HAKL Jan, NOVÁK Pavel, SOCHOR Jiří, ČECH Jan

High-temperature martensitic steel P91, internationally marked GX12CrMoVNbN91, is the material used in the energy industry. Creep and high-temperature corrosion resistances are important properties that affect the application of this material at higher temperatures. Weldment reduces creep properties, this work deals with the quantification of this decrease in the case of material P91. The main focus is except the evaluation of creep test results given to the mathematical description of the weld creep strength reduction. Further metallographic analyses of weld joint after creep exposures were performed.