2 edition of Susceptibility of Cold-Worked Zirconium-2.5 wt% Niobium Alloy to Delayed Hydrogen Cracking. found in the catalog.
Susceptibility of Cold-Worked Zirconium-2.5 wt% Niobium Alloy to Delayed Hydrogen Cracking.
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Susceptibility of cold-worked zirconium 5 wt. percent niobium alloy to delayed hydrogen cracking. Technical Report Coleman, C E. Notched tensile specimens of cold-worked zirconium wt. percent niobium alloy were stressed at and K.
At K, above a possible threshold stress of MPa, specimens exhibited delayed failure which. Susceptibility of cold-worked zirconium 5 wt. percent niobium alloy to delayed hydrogen cracking Technical Report Coleman, C E Notched tensile specimens of cold-worked zirconium wt.
percent niobium alloy were stressed at and K. Delayed hydride cracking of Zr%Nb pressure tube material due to partially constrained precipitates and delayed hydrogen cracking in cold-worked Zr 5Nb in zirconium% niobium.
The fractographic features after hydrogen-induced delayed cracking (HIDC) in Zr wt% Nb pressure tube material have been studied as a function of stress intensity factor (K), temperature and. The Effect of Hydrogen and Hydrides on the Integrity of Zirconium Alloy Components Delayed Hydride Cracking Manfred P.
Puls MPP Consulting Oakville, ON Canada ISSN ISBN DOI / ISSN (electronic) ISBN (eBook). Jackman A.H., Dunn J.T. Delayed hydrogen cracking of zirconium alloy pressure tubes // AECL Coleman C.E.
Susceptibility of cold-worked zirconiumwt% niobium alloys to delayed hydrogen cracking // AECL E., "Crack Initiation in Cold-Worked Zr wt%Nb by Delayed Hydrogen Cracking," Proceedings, 2nd International Congress on Hydrogen in Metals, Paper 3C8, Paris,  Simpson, C. J., "Nucleation of Pressure Tube Rolled Joint Cracks," Ontario Hydro Report H, For cold-worked zirconium alloys, such as SRA Zircaloy or cold-worked Zr–Nb alloy, the SIPA mechanism on the initial dislocations is a likely mechanism for irradiation creep.
However, according to Holt, the creep anisotropy of cold-worked zirconium alloys computed from the SIPA mechanism assuming only hai type dislocations is not in.