Study of the susceptibility of a 22Cr5NiMoN-type duplex stainless steel to hydrogen damage under static conditions (HIG) and under sustained load (SSG)
Keywords:Molded 22Cr5NiMoN duplex stainless steel, Hydrogen induced cracking (HIC), Sulfide stress cracking (SSC)
The behavior to hydrogen damage caused by corrosion in a H2S medium is studied in a molded ferrite- austenite (52-48 %) duplex stainless steel 22Cr5NiMoN type (UNS-J9.22.05) under both, static (damaging mechanism called Hydrogen Induced Cracking (HIC)) and sustained load (damaging mechanism called Sulfide Stress Cracking (SSC)), conditions.
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