Influence of Cold Work, Heat Treatment, and Chromium Content on the Fracture Properties of Irradiated Martensitic Steels / FH. Huang
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- Effects of Radiation on Materials: Sixteenth International Symposium (16th : 1992 : Aurora, CO)
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- 1 online resource (16 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables
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- Huang, FH.
American Society for Testing and Materials
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- Martensitic steels undergo a change in the fracture mode from ductile microvoid coalescence to brittle cleavage as temperature decreases. Neutron exposure can raise the ductile-brittle transition temperature and produce a condition of low toughness during service. This study examines the effects of cold-work, heat treatment, and chromium content on the postirradiation fracture behavior of selected steels to provide a better understanding of fracture resistance in hopes of improving it.
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- Volume 1994, Issue 1175 (January 1994)
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