Dependence of hydrogen-induced lattice defects and hydrogen embrittlement of cold-drawn pearlitic steels on hydrogen trap state, temperature, strain rate and hydrogen content

@article{Doshida2014DependenceOH,
  title={Dependence of hydrogen-induced lattice defects and hydrogen embrittlement of cold-drawn pearlitic steels on hydrogen trap state, temperature, strain rate and hydrogen content},
  author={Tomoki Doshida and K. Takai},
  journal={Acta Materialia},
  year={2014},
  volume={79},
  pages={93-107}
}
  • Tomoki Doshida, K. Takai
  • Published 2014
  • Materials Science
  • Acta Materialia
  • Abstract The effects of the hydrogen state, temperature, strain rate and hydrogen content on hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility and hydrogen-induced lattice defects were evaluated for cold-drawn pearlitic steel that absorbed hydrogen in two trapping states. Firstly, tensile tests were carried out under various conditions to evaluate hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility. The results showed that peak 2 hydrogen, desorbed at temperatures above 200 °C as determined by thermal desorption… CONTINUE READING
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