Hydrogen Embrittlement: Prevention and Control

    Raymond Louis
    Published: 1988

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    Papers cover all aspects of preventing of controlling hydrogen embrittlement, including the making of alloys, part fabrication, finishing, in-service performance testing, and testing actual hardware for quality assurance. This book focuses on the use and interpretation of standardized tests relative to hydrogen embrittlement, as well as on new and advanced techniques.

    Table of Contents

    Raymond L.

    Opening Remarks
    Sonnino C.

    Overview: Sections 1 and 2
    Anctil A.

    Opening Remarks
    Fricioni R.

    Summary: Section 3
    Fricioni R.

    Overview: Section 4
    McIntyre D.

    Overview: Section 5
    Blackburn J.

    Overview: Section 6
    Field W.

    Hydrogen Embrittlement Test Methods: Current Status and Projections
    Raymond L.

    Electrochemical Aspects of Hydrogen in Metals
    DeLuccia J.

    Hydrogen Embrittlement Coverage by U.S. Government Standardization Documents
    Clegg E.

    Other ASTM Committees and ISO Committees Involved in Hydrogen Embrittlement Test Methods
    Grobin A.

    Specifications for Hydrogen Control Testing of Materials
    Coates D.

    Accelerated Acceptance Testing for Hydrogen Embrittlement Control
    Dreher R.

    Assessment of the Degree of Hydrogen Embrittlement Produced in High-Strength 4340 Steel by Plating-and-Baking Processes Using Slow Strain Rate Testing
    Pollock W.

    Electrochemical Sensor for the Determination of Hydrogen in Metals by Potential Measurements
    Mackor A., Schoonman J., Wim de Kreuk C.

    The Barnacle Electrode Method to Determine Diffusible Hydrogen in Steels
    Agarwala V., Berman D.

    The Development of an In-Situ Sensor for Measuring the Hydrogen Content of Liquid Iron
    Kawase H., Ohtsubo T., Yamazaki S.

    A Study of the Effect of Voids on Hydrogen Diffusion Through Electroslag Refined Steel
    Shewmon P., Wang M.

    Sensitivity of Steels to Degradation in Gaseous Hydrogen
    Cialone H., Holbrook J.

    The Present Status of the Disk Pressure Test for Hydrogen Embrittlement
    Fidelle J.

    Screening Tests for Hydrogen Stress Cracking Susceptibility
    Crumly W.

    Ranking Materials for Extreme Sour Gas Service Using the Slow Strain Rate Method
    Mclntyre D.

    A Bent Beam Test Method for Hydrogen Sulfide Stress Corrosion Cracking Resistance
    Cox D.

    Selection of Petroleum Industry Materials Through Use of Environmental Cracking Tests
    Ciaraldi S.

    In Situ Measurement of Hydrogen in Weld Heat Affected Zones Thru Mass Spectrometry and Computer Analysis
    Dubois D., Faure F., Leblond J., Lemoine V., Pressouyre G., Saillard P.

    Testing of Welding Electrodes for Diffusible Hydrogen and Coating Moisture
    Siewert T.

    Diffusible Hydrogen Testing by Gas Chromatography
    Dannecker J., Quintana M.

    The Effect of Weld Metal Diffusible Hydrogen on the Cracking Susceptibility of HY-80 Steel
    Wong R.

    In-Process Prediction of the Diffusible Hydrogen Content of Gas Metal Arc Welds
    Chionis W., White D.

    Prevention of Hydrogen Embrittlement by Surface Films
    Murray G.

    Hydrogen Embrittlement and Relief Treatment Study of Zinc Phosphate-Coated Submunitions
    Voorhis G.

    Examination of Cadmium-Plated Aircraft Fasteners for Hydrogen Embrittlement
    Bruggeman G., Levy M.

    Proof Test Logic for Hydrogen Embrittlement Control
    Krams W.

    Quantitative Analysis of Critical Concentrations for Hydrogen-Induced Cracking
    Faure F., Pressouyre G.

    Assessment of the Degree of Hydrogen Embrittlement Produced in Plated High-Strength 4340 Steel by Paint Strippers Using Slow Strain Rate Testing
    Grey C., Pollock W.

    The Hydrogen Embrittlement Susceptibility of Ferrous Alloys: The Influence of Strain on Hydrogen Entry and Transport
    Moran P., Scully J.

    Hydrogen Transport, Microstructure, and Hydrogen-Induced Cracking in Austenitic Stainless Steels
    Altstetter C., Perng T.

    Temperature Dependence of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Niobium-Hydrogen Alloys
    Polvanich N., Salama K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F07

    DOI: 10.1520/STP962-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6239-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0959-9

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