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    1. Shivanyuk, VN; Shanina, BD; Tarasenko, AV; Gavriljuk, VG; Foct, J
      Effect of hydrogen on atomic bonds in austenitic stainless steel

      SCRIPTA MATERIALIA
    2. Nagumo, M; Nakamura, M; Takai, K
      Hydrogen thermal desorption relevant to delayed-fracture susceptibility ofhigh-strength steels

      METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE
    3. Sozanska, M; Sojka, J; Betakova, P; Dagbert, C; Hyspecka, L; Galland, J; Tvrdy, M
      Examination of hydrogen interaction in carbon steel by means of quantitative microstructural and fracture descriptions

      MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION
    4. Zhang, XY; Han, EH; Du, YL
      Study of in-situ electrochemical SSCC/HE susceptibility probe

      JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    5. Chu, WY; Qiao, LJ; Gao, KW
      Investigation of stress corresion cracking under anodic dissolution control

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    6. Fournier, L; Delafosse, D; Magnin, T
      Oxidation induced intergranular cracking and Portevin-Le Chatelier effect in nickel base superalloy 718

      MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING
    7. Chu, WY; Gao, KW; Li, JX; Wang, YB; Qiao, LJ
      Hydrogen blistering and hydrogen-induced fracture of rail steel

      STEEL RESEARCH
    8. Glaeser, WA; Lawless, BH
      Behavior of alloy Ti-6Al-4V under pre-fretting and subsequent fatigue conditions

      WEAR
    9. Saldana, E; Castro, H; Rodriguez, C; Belzunce, J
      Properties of microalloyed steels used for sour gas transportation

      REVISTA DE METALURGIA
    10. McMahon, CJ
      Hydrogen-induced intergranular fracture of steels

      ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS
    11. Taha, A; Sofronis, P
      A micromechanics approach to the study of hydrogen transport and embrittlement

      ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS
    12. Domizzi, G; Anteri, G; Ovejero-Garcia, J
      Influence of sulphur content and inclusion distribution on the hydrogen induced blister cracking in pressure vessel and pipeline steels

      CORROSION SCIENCE
    13. Chu, WY; Qiao, LJ; Wang, YB
      Relationship among parameters evaluating stress corrosion cracking

      JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    14. Qiao, LJ; Chu, WY; Luo, JL
      Prediction of threshold stress intensity factor for hydrogen induced intergranular cracking of tubular steel

      MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING
    15. Huang, YZ; Wang, Y; Blackwood, DJ
      The effect of temperature on electrochemical behavior for Cu-Al-O coatingsprepared by CVD

      VACUUM
    16. Singh, SK; Sasmal, B
      Effect of ferrite grain size on tensile behaviour of a hydrogenated low alloy steel

      ISIJ INTERNATIONAL
    17. Banerjee, K; Chatterjee, UK
      Hydrogen embrittlement of a HSLA-100 steel in seawater

      ISIJ INTERNATIONAL
    18. Murakami, K; Tsuchida, Y; Kobayashi, Y; Nakada, M; Endo, S
      Behavior of hydrogen induced cracking originated in centerline segregation

      TETSU TO HAGANE-JOURNAL OF THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN
    19. Chu, WY; Li, JX; Huang, CH; Wang, YB; Qiao, LJ
      Hydrogen embrittlement of rail steels

      CORROSION
    20. Rebak, RB; Srivastava, SK
      Corrosion performance of a nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy: Effects of aging, alloying elements, and electrolyte composition

      CORROSION
    21. Al-Anezi, MA; Frankel, GS; Agrawal, AK
      Susceptibility of conventional pressure vessel steel to hydrogen-induced cracking and stress-oriented hydrogen-induced cracking in hydrogen sulfide-containing diglycolamine solutions

      CORROSION
    22. Yamakawa, K; Nishimura, R
      Hydrogen permeation of carbon steel in weak alkaline solution containing hydrogen sulfide and cyanide ion

      CORROSION
    23. HUANG YZ; CHEN QZ; WANG YB; CHU WY
      HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING BY NANOVOIDS IN 310-STAINLESS-STEEL

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES E-TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    24. KRISHNAN KN
      MECHANISM OF CORROSION-FATIGUE IN SUPER DUPLEX STAINLESS-STEEL IN 3.5PERCENT NACL SOLUTION

      International journal of fracture
    25. NOZUE A; ENDO K; TATEISHI S; OKUBO T
      HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING IN TITANIUM-ALL OYS

      Nippon Kinzoku Gakkaishi
    26. BENSON J; EDYVEAN RGJ
      HYDROGEN PERMEATION THROUGH PROTECTED STEEL IN OPEN SEAWATER AND MARINE MUD

      Corrosion
    27. WU YM
      APPLYING PROCESS MODELING TO SCREEN REFINING EQUIPMENT FOR WET HYDROGEN-SULFIDE SERVICE

      Corrosion
    28. SHIPILOV SA
      CORROSION-FATIGUE CRACK-GROWTH BEHAVIOR OF TITANIUM-ALLOYS IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS

      Corrosion
    29. ALVAREZ JA; GUTIERREZSOLANA F; GONZALEZ JJ
      THE INFLUENCE OF LOADING RATE ON HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING OF MICROALLOYED STEELS

      Fatigue & fracture of engineering materials & structures
    30. LU H; LI MD; ZHANG TC; CHU WY
      HYDROGEN-ENHANCED DISLOCATION EMISSION, MOTION AND NUCLEATION OF HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING FOR STEEL

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES E-TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    31. LEE KH; LUKOWSKI JT; WHITE CL
      EFFECTS OF GASEOUS-HYDROGEN AND WATER-VAPOR PRESSURE ON ENVIRONMENTALEMBRITTLEMENT OF NI3AL

      Intermetallics
    32. GABETTA G
      TRANSGRANULAR STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF LOW-ALLOY STEELS IN DILUTED SOLUTIONS

      Corrosion
    33. CAYARD MS; KANE RD
      LARGE-SCALE WET HYDROGEN-SULFIDE CRACKING PERFORMANCE - EVALUATION OFMETALLURGICAL, MECHANICAL, AND WELDING VARIABLES

      Corrosion
    34. GONZALEZ JL; RAMIREZ R; HALLEN JM; GUZMAN RA
      HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACK-GROWTH RATE IN STEEL PLATES EXPOSED TO SOUR ENVIRONMENTS

      Corrosion
    35. YU GH; CHENG YH; CHEN L; QIAO LJ; WANG YB; CHU WY
      HYDROGEN ACCUMULATION AND HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING OF API C90 TUBULAR STEEL

      Corrosion
    36. SHOESMITH DW; IKEDA BM; LENEVEU DM
      MODELING THE FAILURE OF NUCLEAR WASTE CONTAINERS

      Corrosion
    37. QIAO LJ; CHU WY; YU GH; CHENG YH
      MECHANISM OF HYDROGEN-INDUCED INTERGRANULAR CRACKING OF TUBULAR STEELS

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES E-TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    38. VALENTINI R; SOLINA A; MATERA S; DEGREGORIO P
      INFLUENCE OF TITANIUM AND CARBON CONTENTS ON THE HYDROGEN TRAPPING OFMICROALLOYED STEELS

      Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy andmaterials science
    39. TAKAHASHI A; OGAWA H
      INFLUENCE OF MICROHARDNESS AND INCLUSION ON STRESS ORIENTED HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING OF LINE PIPE STEELS

      ISIJ international
    40. TAKAHASHI A; IINO M
      THERMOMECHANICAL CONTROL PROCESS AS A TOOL TO GRAIN-REFINE THE LOW MANGANESE-CONTAINING STEEL FOR SOUR SERVICE LINE PIPE

      ISIJ international
    41. TAKAHASHI A; IINO M
      MICROSTRUCTURAL REFINEMENT BY CU ADDITION AND ITS EFFECT ON STRENGTHENING AND TOUGHENING OF SOUR SERVICE LINE PIPE STEELS

      ISIJ international
    42. YEN SK; TSAI YC
      CRITICAL HYDROGEN CONCENTRATION FOR THE BRITTLE-FRACTURE OF AISI-430 STAINLESS-STEEL

      Journal of the Electrochemical Society
    43. BIKA D; MCMAHON CJ
      A MODEL FOR DYNAMIC EMBRITTLEMENT

      Acta metallurgica et materialia
    44. TAKAHASHI A; OGAWA H
      INFLUENCE OF SOFTENED HEAT-AFFECTED ZONE ON STRESS ORIENTED HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING OF A HIGH-STRENGTH LINE PIPE STEEL

      ISIJ international
    45. KOKAWA H; TSORY E; NORTH TH
      NITRIDE PRECIPITATION IN DUPLEX STAINLESS-STEEL WELD METAL

      ISIJ international
    46. CHATTORAJ I
      THE EFFECT OF HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING ON THE INTEGRITY OF STEEL-COMPONENTS

      Sadhana
    47. MORRIS DR; WAN L
      A SOLID-STATE POTENTIOMETRIC SENSOR FOR MONITORING HYDROGEN IN COMMERCIAL PIPELINE STEEL

      Corrosion
    48. KIMURA A; IZUMI H; MISAWA T
      CRITICAL PRESSURES OF WATER-VAPOR AND HYDROGEN GAS CAUSING INTERGRANULAR BRITTLE-FRACTURE OF CO3TI AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE

      Materials transactions, JIM
    49. HE JH; FUKUYAMA S; YOKOGAWA K; KIMURA A
      EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON DEFORMATION STRUCTURE OF INCONEL-718

      Materials transactions, JIM
    50. ENDO S; NAGAE M; KOBAYASHI Y; UME K
      SULFIDE STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING IN WELDED-JOINTS OF WELDED LINEPIPES

      ISIJ international
    51. IEZAWA T; YAMASHITA T; KANAZAWA S; TOI Y; KOBASHI K
      THERMAL-ELASTO-PLASTIC ANALYSIS ON OCCURR ENCE OF LIQUID ZINC-INDUCEDCRACKING IN BRIDGE GIRDER UNDER HOT-DIP GALVANIZING

      Tetsu to hagane
    52. GU B; QIAO LJ; CHU WY; HSIAO CM
      THE EFFECT OF PRE-CREEP ON STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS-STEEL AND BRASS

      Corrosion science
    53. LIAO CM; LEE JL
      EFFECT OF MOLYBDENUM ON SULFIDE STRESS CRACKING RESISTANCE OF LOW-ALLOY STEELS

      Corrosion
    54. ELBOUJDAINI M; SASTRI VS; REVIE RW
      FIELD MEASUREMENT OF HYDROGEN IN SOUR GAS-PIPELINES

      Corrosion
    55. NOVOKSHCHENOV V
      BRITTLE FRACTURES OF PRESTRESSED BRIDGE STEEL EXPOSED TO CHLORIDE-BEARING ENVIRONMENTS CAUSED BY CORROSION-GENERATED HYDROGEN

      Corrosion
    56. YAMAGUCHI Y; NONAKA H
      DETERMINATION OF THE FRACTURE MECHANISM OF MILD-STEEL IN AN OVERPROTECTIVE ENVIRONMENT BY SLOW STRAIN-RATE TESTING

      Corrosion
    57. WILHELM SM; ABAYARATHNA D
      INHIBITION OF HYDROGEN ABSORPTION BY STEELS IN WET HYDROGEN-SULFIDE REFINERY ENVIRONMENTS

      Corrosion
    58. GADGIL VJ; GEIJSELAERS HJM
      EFFECT OF CATHODIC HYDROGEN CHARGING ON THE SURFACE OF DUPLEX STAINLESS-STEEL

      Scripta metallurgica et materialia
    59. CHENG YF; DU YL
      DESIGN OF AN ELECTROCHEMICAL PROBE FOR MONITORING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF STEEL IN PICKLING TO HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING

      Corrosion
    60. MARTIN RL
      INHIBITION OF HYDROGEN PERMEATION IN STEELS CORRODING IN SOUR FLUIDS

      Corrosion
    61. REVIE RW; SASTRI VS; ELBOUJDAINI M; RAMSINGH RR; LAFRENIERE Y
      HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING OF LINE PIPE STEELS USED IN SOUR SERVICE

      Corrosion
    62. LIOU HY; SHIEH RI; WEI FI; WANG SC
      ROLES OF MICROALLOYING ELEMENTS IN HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKING RESISTANT PROPERTY OF HSLA STEELS

      Corrosion


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