oxidation and deformation behaviours of the 316l

oxidation and deformation behaviours of the 316l

(PDF) COUPLING EFFECT OF CHARGED-HYDROGEN AND

deformation band, which can decrease the protective nature of the inner oxide film and increas e the oxidation rate in high - temperature water. 22 Cold w ork has als o

(PDF) Influence of Deformation Rate on Mechanical

Calmunger et al. [49] showed that DRV and DRX can occur during hot deformation of 316L, and work softening at high temperatures is known to be caused by Anisotropic Mechanical Behavior of Additive Manufactured A number of deformation bands or intercrossed low-angle subgrain boundaries formed in the 45°~90° samples during deformation, with high strain concentration inside the

Bending Fatigue Behavior of 316L Stainless Steel up to

316L SS is widely used as the nuclear engineering structural material, such as the support plate, primary coolant pipe, and main coolant pump in a pressurized reactor, owing to its better welding performance , low radiation sensitivity , excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance , et cetera. These components are often subjected to high Bending Fatigue Behavior of 316L Stainless Steel up to 316L SS is widely used as the nuclear engineering structural material, such as the support plate, primary coolant pipe, and main coolant pump in a pressurized reactor, owing to its better welding performance , low radiation sensitivity , excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance , et cetera. These components are often subjected to high frequency and low-stress amplitude, especially

Hot deformation behavior and microstructural

Hot deformation behavior and microstructural evolution of a modied 310 austenitic steel Hongying Suna,c, Yongduo Sunb, Ruiqian Zhangb, Man Wanga, Rui Tangb, Zhangjian Zhoua, a School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Xueyuan Road 30, Haidian District, Beijing 100083, China bScience and Technology on Low cycle fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction Low cycle fatigue behaviour is affected by the initial microstructure and the microstructural changes that occur during deformation at high temperature. The dependence of the peak tensile stress on the number of cycles and on total strain amplitude for 316 weld metal, at 773 K and 316L(N)/316 weld joint at 873 K is depicted in Figs. 4a-b. Weld

Oxidation Resistance of Nanocrystalline 316L Stainless

engineered parts made of stainless steel (316L in this study) being used in high temperature environments. It is expected that an increased asset lifetime will save on costs over the long term. In order to investigate the high temperature oxidation behavior, the oxidation tests were conducted in a furnace. Oxidation Resistance of Nanocrystalline 316L Stainless engineered parts made of stainless steel (316L in this study) being used in high temperature environments. It is expected that an increased asset lifetime will save on costs over the long term. In order to investigate the high temperature oxidation behavior, the oxidation tests were conducted in a furnace.

Oxidation behavior of AISI 321, AISI 316, and AISI 409

The oxidation behavior of three types of stainless steels, namely AISI 321, AISI 316, and AISI 409, was compared. In all stainless steels, oxide layers were formed and their masses and thicknesses increased with oxidation time. Among them, AISI 409 ferritic stainless steel demonstrated higher oxidation rate. Oxidation behavior of AISI 321, AISI 316, and AISI 409 The oxidation behavior of three types of stainless steels, namely AISI 321, AISI 316, and AISI 409, was compared. In all stainless steels, oxide layers were formed and their masses and thicknesses increased with oxidation time. Among them, AISI 409 ferritic stainless steel demonstrated higher oxidation rate.

Oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless

Oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless steel-yttria composites with various additions Oxidation of 316L(N) Stainless Steel in Liquid Sodium at Oxidation of 316L(N) Stainless Steel in Liquid Sodium at 650 °C A comparative study of the high-temperature oxidation behavior and mechanism of

Tensile deformation behaviour of AISI 316L(N) SS

Jul 19, 2013 · Tensile deformation behaviour of AISI 316L(N) stainless steel was investigated over the range 298 to 1023 K. The yield and tensile strength were found to meet the minimum values mandated by RCC-MR, the French design code for fast reactors. The tensile flow behaviour was modelled using Ludwigson and Voce equation. Yan Wang's research works Harbin Institute of Technology High temperature compressive deformation behaviors of as-cast Ti-43Al-4Nb-1.4W-0.6B alloy was investigated at temperatures ranging from 1323 K

Short time oxidation behavior of 308L weld metal and 316L

Mar 13, 2015 · Short time oxidation behavior of 308L weld metal and 316L stainless steel with different surface state in simulated primary water with 0.1 mg/L dissolved oxygen H.L. Ming Key Laboratory of Nuclear Materials and Safety Assessment, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, 110016 (P. R. China)

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