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TEST MATERIALS AND SPECIMEN PREPARATION
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
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302 Stainless Steel 50 psig alloy ferritic steels annealed argon at 50 austenitic stainless steel autoclave carbon steels chromium creep and creep-rupture Creep and Rupture creep curves creep properties creep-rupture properties ductility effects of hydrogen elevated temperatures equivalent stress Exposure to hydrogen extent of third F. H. Vitovec fissures flange grain boundaries hydrogen at 900 hydrogen at elevated hydrogen attack Hydrogen Embrittlement Hydrogen Pressure indicated internal thermocouple Kolgatin lever arm low alloy ferritic low alloy steels Master's Thesis methane bubbles methane reaction minimum creep rate Mo-steel observed P. C. Rosenthal percent properties of austenitic rate when tested reduction Room temp Rupture Properties shown in Fig stacking fault energy steel tested steels and low strain strain gage stress is plotted stress levels support wire test specimen Test temp test temperature tested in hydrogen tests conducted third stage creep Type 302 Stainless University of Wisconsin variable transformer