Stress corrosion crack initiation testing with tapered specimens in high-temperature water – Results of a collaborative research project

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Stress corrosion crack initiation testing with tapered specimens in high-temperature water – Results of a collaborative research project. / Bosch, Rik-Wouter; Ritter, Stefan; Herbst, Matthias ; Killan, Renate; Burke, M.Grace; Duff, Jonathan; Scenini, Fabio; Gu, Yuchen; Dinu, Alice; Ehrnstén, Ulla; Toivonen, Aki; Novotny, Radek; Martin, Oliver; Perosanz, Francisco-Javier; Legat, Andraz; Zajec, Bojan.

In: Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology, 08.09.2020, p. 1-17.

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Bosch, R-W, Ritter, S, Herbst, M, Killan, R, Burke, MG, Duff, J, Scenini, F, Gu, Y, Dinu, A, Ehrnstén, U, Toivonen, A, Novotny, R, Martin, O, Perosanz, F-J, Legat, A & Zajec, B 2020, 'Stress corrosion crack initiation testing with tapered specimens in high-temperature water – Results of a collaborative research project', Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology, pp. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/1478422X.2020.1815460

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Bosch, R-W., Ritter, S., Herbst, M., Killan, R., Burke, M. G., Duff, J., Scenini, F., Gu, Y., Dinu, A., Ehrnstén, U., Toivonen, A., Novotny, R., Martin, O., Perosanz, F-J., Legat, A., & Zajec, B. (2020). Stress corrosion crack initiation testing with tapered specimens in high-temperature water – Results of a collaborative research project. Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/1478422X.2020.1815460

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Bosch, Rik-Wouter ; Ritter, Stefan ; Herbst, Matthias ; Killan, Renate ; Burke, M.Grace ; Duff, Jonathan ; Scenini, Fabio ; Gu, Yuchen ; Dinu, Alice ; Ehrnstén, Ulla ; Toivonen, Aki ; Novotny, Radek ; Martin, Oliver ; Perosanz, Francisco-Javier ; Legat, Andraz ; Zajec, Bojan. / Stress corrosion crack initiation testing with tapered specimens in high-temperature water – Results of a collaborative research project. In: Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology. 2020 ; pp. 1-17.

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abstract = "The applicability of an accelerated test technique using tapered tensile specimens for investigating the stress corrosion crack (SCC) initiation behaviour of structural materials in high-temperature water was assessed in the framework of a European collaborative research project (MICRIN – MItigation of CRack INitiation). The main advantage of using a tapered geometry is, that in a single test a stress gradient is obtained through the gauge length, and therefore a stress threshold for SCC initiation can be determined in a reasonable timeframe. This method was used to investigate two different materials that were known to be susceptible to SCC in light water reactor environment: a high-Si stainless steel and a Ni-base weld metal (Alloy 182). The results of the international test programme confirmed that the tapered specimen test methodology could be used to identify a SCC initiation stress threshold, albeit that significant scatter was present in the data. ",
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