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This paper presents the results of stress corrosion cracking (SCC) studies of two martensitic target materials, namely Alloy EP-823 and Type 422 stainless steel. The susceptibility to SCC was evaluated by using constantload and slow-strain-rate (SSR) test techniques in neutral (pH: 6-7) and acidic (pH: 2-3) aqueous solutions at ambient temperature and 90oC. A proof ring was used to apply tensile load to the smooth cylindrical specimen for 30 days in constant-load testing. For SSR testing, the specimen was strained in tension until fracture at a strain rate of 3.3 x 10-6 sec-1.
Martensite – Stress corrosion; Spallation (Nuclear physics); Stainless steel – Stress corrosion; Strains and stresses
Martensite; Stainless steel--Stress corrosion
Materials Science and Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Metallurgy | Oil, Gas, and Energy
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Roy, A. K.,
Hossain, M. K.
Effects of Environmental Variables and Stress Concentration on Cracking of Spallation Target Materials.
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