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In situ observation of intergranular crack nucleation in a grain boundary controlled austenitic stainless steel.

Abstract:

Grain boundary engineering has been proposed to increase the lifetime performance of sensitized austenitic stainless steel in aggressive environments. Increased microstructure resistance is typically associated with higher fractions of twin (Sigma3) grain boundaries, but there is uncertainty about the properties and role of other boundaries. To develop predictive models for stress corrosion crack nucleation, more information is required about how grain boundary crystallography and the orienta...

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Engelberg, DL More by this author
Marrow, TJ More by this author
Journal:
J Microsc
Volume:
233
Issue:
3
Pages:
423-431
Publication date:
2009-03-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1365-2818
URN:
uuid:57e71b4c-05cd-4a54-a9f0-f57738600e62
Source identifiers:
175670
Local pid:
pubs:175670
Language:
English

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