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Corrosive Characterisics of 12Cr Alloy Steel and Fatigue Characteristics of the Artificially Degraded 12Cr Alloy Steel
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Corrosive Characterisics of 12Cr Alloy Steel and Fatigue Characteristics of the Artificially Degraded 12Cr Alloy Steel
Jo, Seon-Yeong; Kim, Cheol-Han; Bae, Dong-Ho;
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 Abstract
In this study, corrosion fatigue characteristics of 12Cr alloy steel were investigated in 3.5wt.% NaCl solution of 150 and 4.5bar. Behavior of corrosion fatigue cracks was measured by the indirect compliance method and compared with the results in distilled water and in air. 1) 12Cr alloy steel was susceptible to temperature. Its susceptibility was increased as the temperature was increased. 2) The crack growth characteristics of 12Cr alloy steel in distilled water were similar to 3.5wt.% NaCl solution. 3) The temperature of solution affects to the crack growth characteristics of 12Cr alloy steel. In corrosion solutions of 4.5bar, 150, fracture surfaces of corrosion fatigue crack growth at a/W=0.3 was showed the trans-granular fracture suface. As the crack grew up, it was changed to inter-granular type. In condition of high temperature, The crack growth behaviors of 12Cr alloy steel were remarkable.
 Keywords
Corrosion Fatigue;Direct Current Potential Drop Method;Compliance;Corrosion Current Cell;Stress Intensity Factor Range;Fracture mechanics;LEFM;
 Language
Korean
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