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Effect of machining on stress corrosion crack initiation in warm-forged type 304L stainless steel in high temperature water

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Warm-forged Type 304L stainless steel specimens have been tested in high temperature hydrogenated water under slow strain rate tensile test conditions to investigate the effect of machining on stress corrosion crack initiation. Roughness, residual stress and cross-section microstructures of the as-machined surfaces were characterized prior to the tests, and both plan-view and cross-section examinations were performed post-test. The results indicated that machining produced a deformation layer...

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10.1016/j.actamat.2018.11.046

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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
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EP/R009392/1
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Elsevier
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Acta Materialia More from this journal
Volume:
165
Pages:
203-214
Publication date:
2018-11-26
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2018-11-23
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1359-6454
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951003
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2021-07-08

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