STP 1401 is the most comprehensive volume to be published on this topic within the past ten years. It features the latest international developments on the generation of relevant materials and properties data based on laboratory tests, and methodologies for the evaluation and assessment of environmental assisted cracking in equipment and structures exposed to corrosive service environments.
27 peer-reviewed papers, written by leading scientists and experts worldwide, discuss:
Uses of electrochemical, surface analysis, slow strain rate, and fracture mechanics techniques.
Correlation between laboratory and in-service cracking resistance.
State-of-the art developments in fitness-for-service and risk assessment methodologies.
Monitoring of equipment and structures for environmentally assisted cracking.
Uses of corrosion models to understand mechanisms and predict service life of equipment.
Micromechanical Modeling of Hydrogen Transport—A Review
Sofronis P., Taha A.
Deterministic Prediction of Localized Corrosion Damage in Power Plant Coolant Circuits
Engelhardt G., Macdonald D.
Status of JAERI Material Performance Database (JMPD) and Its Use for Analyses of Aqueous Environmentally Assisted Cracking Data
Kaji Y., Miwa Y., Nakajima H., Tsuji H., Tsukada T.
An Analysis of Baffle/Former Bolt Cracking in French PWRs
Deydier D., Meunier M., Scott P., Silvestre S., Trenty A.
Improvement of IASCC Resistance for Austenitic Stainless Steels in PWR Environment
Fujimoto K., Iwamura T., Nishida S., Yonezawa T.
Prediction of Conditions Leading to Stress Corrosion Cracking of Gas Transmission Lines
Anderko A., Dunn D., Sridhar N.
Effects of Environmental Factors and Potential on Stress Corrosion Cracking of Fe-Ni-Cr-Mo Alloys in Chloride Solutions
Cragnolino G., Dunn D., Pan Y.
Hydrogen Embrittlement - Loading Rate Effects in Fracture Mechanics Testing
Bakker A., Koers R., Krom A.
Role of Cyclic Pre-Loading in Hydrogen Assisted Cracking
Kharin V., Toribio J.
Improvement of Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) Resistance by Cyclic Pre-Straining in FCC Materials
Bayle B., de Curiere I., Magnin T.
Toward A More Rational Taxonomy For Environmentally Induced Cracking
Cameron J., Ellis P., Munson R.
Environmentally Influenced Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth in 7075-T651 Aluminum Alloy
Agarwala V., George K., Lee E., Sanders H.
The Use of Atomic Force Microscopy to Detect Nucleation Sites of Stress Corrosion Cracking in Type 304 Stainless Steel
Agrawal A., Brongers M., Koch G.
An Electrochemical Film-Rupture Model for SCC of Mild Steel in Phosphate Environment
Maldonado L., Raicheff R.
Cyclic Strain Cracking of Stainless Steels in Hot Steam-Hydrocarbon Reformer Condensates: Test Method Development
Dean S., Kane R., Maldonado J.
Stress Corrosion Cracking of Linepipe Steels in Near-Neutral pH Environment: A Review of the Effects of Stress
Revie R., Shen G., Sutherby R., Tyson W., Zheng W.
Paper ID: STP1401-EB