The interaction of hydrogen with metal alloys
Merlin D. Danford, J. W. Montano, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, 1991 - 30 pages
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400X Figure 718 cylinder charged aaayosaa baking body-centered cubic carbides cc cc charged at 25 Chemical bonding cold-worked Inconel 718 conventional Inconel 718 crystallographic structures cubic arrangement cylindrical samples Danford distribution on charging electrochemical electrolytic charging exhibit face-centered cubic flat samples fluorite structure grain boundaries grain size grain sizes Grain structure half-life for hydrogen hexagonal close-packed structure hydride formation hydrogen atoms Hydrogen desorption curves Hydrogen diffusion coefficients hydrogen elimination hydrogen embrittlement hydrogen trapping Incoloy 903 Inconel 718 cylinder initial hydrogen distribution LU LU LU UJ maraging steel Marshall Space Flight metal alloys metal lattice metal matrix mobile hydrogen concentrations MP35N and MP multiphase alloys MP35N N30oyaAH NASA Technical Paper nickel nickel-base alloys niobium notched tensile strengths obtained Palladium hydrides percent uniformity Q LU Rene semistable hydrides sodium bisulfate structural particles Tantalum titanium trapped hydrogen vanadium Waspaloy weight percent wo/sawcnnoo zirconium