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The primary objective of this paper is to evaluate the effect of hydrogen on environment assisted cracking of candidate target materials for transmutation applications. Transmutation refers to transformation of long-lived actinides and fission products from spent nuclear fuels (SNF), and occurs when the nucleus of an atom changes because of natural radioactive decay, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, neutron capture, or other related processes. Martensitic Alloy EP 823 was selected to be the candidate alloy for this investigation. During the initial phase, the stress corrosion cracking (SCC) behavior of this alloy was evaluated in neutral (pH: 6-7) and acidic (pH: 2-3) environments using the smooth cylindrical tensile specimens under constant load (CL) and slow-strain-rate (SSR) conditions at ambient temperature and 90ºC. The extent and morphology of the broken tensile specimens were determined by scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Hydrogen; Martensitic stainless steel – Cracking; Materials – Cracking; Metals — Effect of high temperatures on; Radioactive wastes — Transmutation; Stress corrosion
Hydrogen; Composite materials--Cracking; Metals--Effect of high temperatures on
Materials Science and Engineering | Metallurgy | Nuclear | Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy
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Hossain, M. K.
Stress Corrosion Cracking of Target Material.
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