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Thermo-mechanical and isothermal fatigue behavior of

and iii) high temperature area with dominating damage by oxidation and creep [17-19,21,25].The present works aims at a comparative investigation of the isothermal and IP TMF behaviors of type 316L stainless steel.Selected characteristic features of the fractography and surface relief are also reported.2.EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS 2.1 MaterialsThe effect of dynamic strain aging on fatigue property for Jiang et al.Reference Jiang,Chen,Fan,Dong,Jiang and Lu 13 investigated the effect of DSA pretreatment on creep-fatigue behavior for 316L stainless steel.It was found that DSA was a macroscopic phenomenon due to a displacement or mean strain abrupt jumping during the cyclic deformation for stress controlled fatigue tests.The deformation response of L-grade stainless steels The deformation response was studied as a function of composition to evaluate the phase stability,susceptibility to sensitization and creep relaxation behaviors.The effect of deformation on 304,304L,316L and 316NG materials were evaluated metallographically and as a function of thermal treatment using the double loop electrochemical

Superior strength and ductility of 316L stainless steel

316L stainless steel is a widely used engineering material because of its combination of excellent cor-rosion resistance,great oxidation resistance,and good formability [1].However,the relatively low strength (yield strength of 200400 MPa in annealed states) limits it from engineering application with a higher requirement [2].Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextOxidation behavior of 316L austenitic stainless steel in The oxidation behavior of 316L stainless steel exposed at 400,600 and 800 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#186;C air for 100,500 and 1000 h were investigated using different characterization techniques.Weight gain obeys a parabolic law,but the degree of deviation of n index is increasingly larger with the increase of temperatures.Short time oxidation behavior of 308L weld metal and 316L Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;In the present work,the effects of SMAT on the oxidation behaviour of 316L stainless steel are specifically investigated at different temperatures 650,700 and 750 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C.First,SMAT process has been deeply investigated on this material,with results that can then be directly used to compare with oxidised samples.

Previous123456NextPitting and Electrochemical corrosion behaviour of 316L

Reset your password.If you have a user account,you will need to reset your password the next time you login.You will only need to do this once.Pitting and Electrochemical corrosion behaviour of 316L Electrochemical and pitting corrosion behaviour of undeformed,deformed and annealed after deformation of the 316L stainless steel have been investigated by using electrochemical corrosion test methods.The results indicated that pitting occurred in undeformed sample,while the small pits were observed in deformed and annealed sample after immersion test in 10% FeCl Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316Llt;SUB Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316Lgt;3 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316Llt;/SUB Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316Lgt; solution.

Oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless

The oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless steel-Y 2 O 3 composites and the effect of various additions,such as copper (up to 3 wt.%),bronze (up to 3 wt.%),phosphorus (up to 2 wt.%),and silicon (up to 5 wt.%) have been studied at 550 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C inflowing oxygen at one atmosphere pressure for a maximum period of 9 hr.Among all the alloys studied,316L-1% P showed excellent 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 316L austenitic stainless steel in The oxidation behavior of 316L stainless steel exposed at 400,600 and 800 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C air for 100,500 and 1000 h was investigated using different characterization techniques.Weight gain obeys a parabolic law,but the degree of deviation of n index is increasingly larger with the increase of temperature.

Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L

deformation behavior of welding parts at room temperature and the oxidation behavior and mechanism of water at high temperature.In this paper,a review of studies on the safety end of 316L stainless-steel/Inconel dissimilar welding as used in nuclear power plants isOrientation-Dependent Deformation Behavior of 316L Steel This study analyzes the local deformation behavior of austenitic stainless steel 316L,manufactured conventionally by casting and additively by laser metal deposition (LMD).We produced directionally solidified 316L specimens with most grains showing (001) orientations parallel to the longitudinal sOPEN ACCESS Related content Fatigue properties of a and low cycle fatigue behavior of Al 2014 alloy K Chattopadhyay,V Pandey,N C S Srinivas et al.-Influence of surface mechanical attrition treatment on the oxidation behavior of 316L stainless steel at 750 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C S Benafia,D Retraint,B Panicaud et al.-Fatigue behavior of Austenitic Type 316L Stainless Steel K A Mohammad,Aidy Ali,B B Sahari et al.-

Microstructure Evolution and Corrosion Behavior of

Feb 03,2021 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;The effect of room temperature deformation on the microstructure and corrosion behavior of selective laser-melted (SLM) 316L steel in 0.9 wt.% NaCl medium was explored by electrochemical tests,microstructural analysis,and passive film characterization.The irregular evolution of corrosion behavior was first found in the deformed SLM 316L steel.Low cycle fatigue and creep-fatigue interactionLow 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 Low cycle fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction behaviour In this paper the detrimental effects of DSA and oxidation in high temperature LCF are discussed with reference to extensive studies on 316L(N) stainless steel.DSA has been found to enhance the stress response and reduce ductility.It localizes fatigue deformation,enhances fatigue cracking and

Influence of flowing sodium on creep deformation and

The influence of flowing sodium on creep deformation and rupture behaviour of AISI 316L(N) austenitic stainless steel has been investigated at 873 K over a stress range of 235305 MPa.Influence of Warm Deformation on Strain-Induced Martensite In order to control the ratio of nano/ultrafine structure grains of warm/cold rolled 316L stainless steel after annealing,the influence of deformation amount and temperature on martensite content and microstructure was investigated,and a model of the content of stain-induced martensite and deformation amount and temperature was established.Influence of Deformation Rate on Mechanical Response ofThis study investigates how deformation rates influence mechanical properties of an austenitic stainless steel.The investigation includes tensile testing using strain rates of 2*10-3/ and 10-6/s at elevated temperatures up to 700 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C.The material used in this study is AISI 316L.When the temperature is increasing the strength decreases.

Deformation Characteristics of Stainless Steels

The deformation behaviour investigated ranges from what happens during a forming process to what happens during a crash impact situation.It may seem surprising to some readers to find out this research field is rather new.Research into the deformation behavior of mild carbon steels is,of course,a well-established field,which hasCyclic Deformation Behavior of a 316L Austenitic Stainless The influence of severe plastic deformation (SPD) on the fatigue behavior of a modified 316L austenitic stainless steel is investigated.Different ultrafine-grained and nanocrystalline Corrosion and biological behavior of nanostructured 316L Sep 15,2015 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;Corrosion and biological behavior of nanostructured 316L stainless steel processed by severe plastic deformation.K.Hajizadeh.Faculty of Materials Engineering,Sahand University of Technology,Tabriz,Iran.Search for more papers by this author.H.

Cited by 8Publish Year 1989Author Sohan Lal,G.S.UpadhyayaThe interaction of galling and oxidation in 316L stainless

The galling behaviour of 316L stainless steel was investigated in both the non-oxidised and oxidised states,after exposure in simulated pressurised water reactor (PWR) water for 850 h.Galling testing was performed according to ASTM G196 in ambient conditions.316L was found to gall by the wedge growth and flow mechanism in both conditions.Cited by 5Publish Year 2016Author Majid Nezakat,Hamed Akhiani,Sami Penttil Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#228;,Jerzy SzpunarOxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless Oct 01,1989 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;The oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless steel-Y 2 O 3 composites and the effect of various additions,such as copper (up to 3 wt.%),bronze (up to 3 wt.%),phosphorus (up to 2 wt.%),and silicon (up to 5 wt.%) have been studied at 550 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;C inflowing oxygen at one atmosphere pressure for a maximum period of 9 hr.Among all the alloys studied,316L-1% P showed excellent Cited by 4Publish Year 2016Author Maxim N.Gussev,David A.McClintock,Frank GarnerDeformation Characteristics of Stainless SteelsThe deformation behaviour investigated ranges from what happens during a forming process to what happens during a crash impact situation.It may seem surprising to some readers to find out this research field is rather new.Research into the deformation behavior of mild carbon steels is,of course,a well-established field,which has

Cited by 2Publish Year 2020Author Samuel R.Rogers,David Bowden,Rahul Unnikrishnan,Fabio Scenini,Michael Preuss,David Stewart,DaDeformation behavior and irradiation tolerance of 316 L

@article{osti_1771348,title = {Deformation behavior and irradiation tolerance of 316 L stainless steel fabricated by direct energy deposition},author = {Shiau,Ching-Heng and McMurtrey,Michael D.and O'Brien,Robert C.and Jerred,Nathan D.and Scott,Randall D.and Lu,Jing and Zhang,Xinchang and Wang,Yun and Shao,Lin and Sun,Cheng},abstractNote = {},doi = {10.1016/j.matdes.2021 Cited by 24Publish Year 2018Author S.Benafia,D.Retraint,S.Yapi Brou,B.Panicaud,J.L.Grosseau PoussardOxidation 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 aCORROSION RESISTANCE OF THE WELDED AISI 316Lcorrosion behaviour of weld metal (WM),heat affected zone (HAZ) and base material (BM) in AISI 316L steel after various surface treatments.2.Experimental material strong deformation texture and presence of delta The ferrite,inclusion (FigAISI 316L austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo stainless steel (STN 41 7349) was used as an experimental material.

COMPARISON OF DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF 316L

The study of deformation behavior was performed on AISI 316L stainless steel and Ti6Al4V alloy.Six cy-lindrical tensile test specimens with a gauge length of 28 mm and gauge diameter of 5 mm were prepared from swaged bars of both materials supplied by the company MEDIN,a.s.(Czech Republic).The initial microstructure of both alloys was ob-COMPARISON OF DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF 316LThe study of deformation behavior was performed on AISI 316L stainless steel and Ti6Al4V alloy.Six cy-lindrical tensile test specimens with a gauge length of 28 mm and gauge diameter of 5 mm were prepared from swaged bars of both materials supplied by the company MEDIN,a.s.(Czech Republic).The initial microstructure of both alloys was ob-Author Kevin J.MeisnerPublish Year 2016Oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless Abstract.The oxidation behavior of sintered 316L austenitic stainless steel-Y{sub 2}O{sub 3} composites and the effect of various addition,such as copper (up to 3 wt.%),bronze (up to 3 wt.%),phosphorus (up to 2 wt.%),and silicon (up to 5 wt.%) have been studied at 550{degree}C in flowing oxygen at one atmosphere pressure for a maximum period of 9 hr.

Author Hassan TukurPublish Year 2020The deformation and fracture behavior of 316L SS

1.Introduction.Engineers commonly use 316L stainless steel (SS) as a structural material due to its exceptional functional qualities.Some of its qualities include good formability,excellent mechanical strength,weldability,corrosion resistance,and oxidation resistance [1,2].Applications for 316L SS are common in the nuclear,medical,and petrochemical industries [3,4].Author Amol B.Kale,Preetham Alluri,Abhishek K.Singh,Shi-Hoon ChoiPublish Year 2021Oxidation Behavior of Austenitic Stainless Steel 316L and Oxidation of alloy 310S in supercritical water was much lower than that of alloy 316L because of the formation of a protective layer of Mn 2 CrO 4 spinel on the surface.No protective scale was formed on the surface of the alloy 316L,as magnetite ( Fe 3 O 4 ) and iron-chromium spinel ( FeCr 2 O 4 ) were the product of oxidation Anisotropic Mechanical Behavior of Additive Manufactured A number of deformation bands or intercrossed low-angle subgrain boundaries formed in the 45 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176;~90 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#176; samples during deformation,with high strain concentration inside the grains,which caused low

Analysis of structure and deformation behavior of AISI

Jan 01,2016 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;The SNS target module is a dual-vessel structure constructed from AISI 316L and consists of an inner mercury vessel,through which the mercury flows,surrounded by a water-cooled shroud that is designed to capture and contain mercury in the event of a leak. Deformation behavior of single crystal specimen strongly depends on its orientation Analysis of structure and deformation behavior of AISI In an earlier publication,tensile testing was performed on specimens removed from the first two operational targets of the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS).There were several anomalous features in the results.First,some specimens had very large elongations (up to 57%) while others had significantly smaller values (10-30%).Second,there was a larger than the usual amount of data scatter in Analysis of structure and deformation behavior of AISI @article{osti_1237603,title = {Analysis of structure and deformation behavior of AISI 316L tensile specimens from the second operational target module at the Spallation Neutron Source},author = {Gussev,Maxim N.and McClintock,David A.and Garner,Frank},abstractNote = {In an earlier publication,tensile testing was performed on specimens removed from the first two operational targets

Acta Metallurgica Sinica (English Letters) Online first

Mar 17,2021 Oxidation and Deformation behaviours of the 316L#0183;High Temperature Oxidation and Tribological Behaviors of NiCrAl-Graphite Self-Lubricating Composites Tribocorrosion Behavior and Degradation Mechanism of 316L Stainless Steel in Typical Corrosive Media Authors.Liwen Tan Effect of ZenerHollomon Parameter on High-Temperature Deformation Behaviors of Mg6Zn1.5Y0.5Ce0.4Zr A Comparison of Creep Deformation and RuptureS.Ravi et al./ Procedia Engineering 55 ( 2013 ) 823 829 825 3.Results and discussion 3.1.Creep deformation Creep tests were carried out on the 316L(N) SS at 873 K over a(PDF) Cyclic deformation and fatigue behavior of 316L Cyclic deformation and fatigue behavior of 316L stainless steel processed by surface mechanical .rolling treatment.Luiz Carneiro 1,Xiaogui Wang 2*,Yanyao Jiang 1*

(PDF) Comparison of deformation behavior of 316L stainless

Comparison of deformation behavior of 316L stainless steel and Ti6Al4V alloy applied in traumatology This work focuses on the influence of surface treatment quality and anodic oxidation (PDF) Comparison of deformation behavior of 316L stainless Comparison of deformation behavior of 316L stainless steel and Ti6Al4V alloy applied in traumatology This work focuses on the influence of surface treatment quality and anodic oxidation

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