Published: Jan 2005
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This chapter begins with a brief review of the fundamental behavior of hydrogen in steels. It is presented as a primer that should aid in the understanding of (1) behaviors of hydrogen in materials, (2) the damage caused by hydrogen in various materials, and (3) the selection of appropriate test methods for a particular hydrogen problem.
Senior Materials Engineer, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD
Director of Technical Operations, L. Raymond & Associates, A Professional Consulting Engineering Corporation, a.k.a. LRA., Newport Beach, CA