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Title: A Comparison of Hydrogen Embrittlement Susceptibility of Two Austenitic Stainless Steel Welds
Authors: L.W. Tsay;S.C. Yu;San-Der Chyou;D.-Y. Lin
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Materials Engineering
Keywords: A. Austenitic stainless steel;C. Sulfide stress corrosion cracking;C. Welding
Date: 2007-10
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:06:19Z
Publisher: Corrosion Science
Abstract: Abstract:Slow displacement rate tensile tests were carried out to assess the effect of hydrogen embrittlement on notched tensile strength (NTS) and fracture characteristics of AISI 316L and 254 SMO stainlesssteel (SS) plates and welds. 254 SMO generally exhibited a better resistance to hydrogenembrittlement than 316L. The strain-induced transformation of austenite to martensite in the 316L SS was responsible for the high hydrogenembrittlementsusceptibility of the alloy and weld. Sensitized 254 SMO (i.e., heat-treated at 1000 °C/40 min) base plate and weld comprised of dense precipitates along grain boundaries. Interfacial separation along solidified boundaries was observed with the tensile fracture of 254 SMO weld, especially the sensitized one. Dense grain boundary precipitates not only reduced the ductility but also raised the susceptibility to sulfide stress corrosion cracking of the sensitized 254 SMO plate and weld.
Relation: 49(10), pp.4028-4039
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/23464
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