Multiscale investigation of quasi-brittle fracture characteristics in a9Cr–1Mo ferritic–martensitic steel embrittled by liquid lead–bismuthunder low cycle fatigue

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Multiscale investigation of quasi-brittle fracture characteristics in a9Cr–1Mo ferritic–martensitic steel embrittled by liquid lead–bismuthunder low cycle fatigue. / Gong, Xing; Marmy, Pierre; Alexander, Volodin; Amin-Ahmadi, Behnam; Qin, Ling; Schryvers, Dominique; Gavrilov, Serguei; Stergar, Erich; Verlinden, Bert; Wevers, Martine; Seefeldt, Marc.

In: Corrosion Science, Vol. 102, 14.10.2015, p. 137-152.

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Gong, Xing ; Marmy, Pierre ; Alexander, Volodin ; Amin-Ahmadi, Behnam ; Qin, Ling ; Schryvers, Dominique ; Gavrilov, Serguei ; Stergar, Erich ; Verlinden, Bert ; Wevers, Martine ; Seefeldt, Marc. / Multiscale investigation of quasi-brittle fracture characteristics in a9Cr–1Mo ferritic–martensitic steel embrittled by liquid lead–bismuthunder low cycle fatigue. In: Corrosion Science. 2015 ; Vol. 102. pp. 137-152.

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title = "Multiscale investigation of quasi-brittle fracture characteristics in a9Cr–1Mo ferritic–martensitic steel embrittled by liquid lead–bismuthunder low cycle fatigue",
abstract = "Liquid metal embrittlement (LME) induced quasi-brittle fracture characteristics of a 9Cr–1Moferritic–martensitic steel (T91) after fatigue cracking in lead–bismuth eutectic (LBE) have been inves-tigated at various length scales. The results show that the LME fracture morphology is primarilycharacterized by quasi-brittle translath flat regions partially covered by nanodimples, shallow secondarycracks propagating along the martensitic lath boundaries as well as tear ridges covered by micro dimples.These diverse LME fracture features likely indicate a LME mechanism involving multiple physical pro-cesses, such as weakening induced interatomic decohesion at the crack tip and plastic shearing inducednano/micro voiding in the plastic zone.",
keywords = "Steel, AFM, SEM, TEM, LME",
author = "Xing Gong and Pierre Marmy and Volodin Alexander and Behnam Amin-Ahmadi and Ling Qin and Dominique Schryvers and Serguei Gavrilov and Erich Stergar and Bert Verlinden and Martine Wevers and Marc Seefeldt",
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AU - Gong, Xing

AU - Marmy, Pierre

AU - Alexander, Volodin

AU - Amin-Ahmadi, Behnam

AU - Qin, Ling

AU - Schryvers, Dominique

AU - Gavrilov, Serguei

AU - Stergar, Erich

AU - Verlinden, Bert

AU - Wevers, Martine

AU - Seefeldt, Marc

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AB - Liquid metal embrittlement (LME) induced quasi-brittle fracture characteristics of a 9Cr–1Moferritic–martensitic steel (T91) after fatigue cracking in lead–bismuth eutectic (LBE) have been inves-tigated at various length scales. The results show that the LME fracture morphology is primarilycharacterized by quasi-brittle translath flat regions partially covered by nanodimples, shallow secondarycracks propagating along the martensitic lath boundaries as well as tear ridges covered by micro dimples.These diverse LME fracture features likely indicate a LME mechanism involving multiple physical pro-cesses, such as weakening induced interatomic decohesion at the crack tip and plastic shearing inducednano/micro voiding in the plastic zone.

KW - Steel

KW - AFM

KW - SEM

KW - TEM

KW - LME

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