GRAIN SIZE AND CONCENTRATION EFFECTS IN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT.

William W Gerberich, J. Garry, J. F. Lessar

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Abstract

Both external and internal hydrogen tests were run on the same heat of AISI 4340 steel in order to study the hydrogen embrittlement phenomena. The experimental findings seem to point toward a continuum mechanics model in terms of the pressure tensor and pressure tensor gradient. Neither surface energy nor near surface cohesive bond energy arguments are supported by the present findings.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages70-82
Number of pages13
StatePublished - Jan 1 1976
EventEffect of Hydrogen on Behav of Mater, Proc of an Int Conf, Moran -
Duration: Sep 7 1975Sep 11 1975

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OtherEffect of Hydrogen on Behav of Mater, Proc of an Int Conf, Moran
Period9/7/759/11/75

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    Gerberich, W. W., Garry, J., & Lessar, J. F. (1976). GRAIN SIZE AND CONCENTRATION EFFECTS IN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT.. 70-82. Paper presented at Effect of Hydrogen on Behav of Mater, Proc of an Int Conf, Moran, .