Mechanical Behavior Laboratory University of Nevada, Reno

Paper Abstract

[J60] Kalnaus, S., Zhang, J., and Jiang, Y., 2011, "Stress-Corrosion Cracking of AISI 4340 Steel in Aqueous Environments," Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Vol.42, pp.434-447. doi: 10.1007/s11661-010-0335-y

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[J60] Kalnaus, S., Zhang, J., and Jiang, Y., 2011, "Stress-Corrosion Cracking of AISI 4340 Steel in Aqueous Environments," Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Vol.42, pp.434-447

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Fig. 1 Stress-strain curves obtained from experiments for (a) monotonic tension and (b) monotonic torsion (Download data).

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Fig. 4 Multiple-step experiment with constant load and constant COD control (Download data).

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Fig. 5 Effect of loading rate on (a) threshold stress intensity KISCC and (b) average plateau crack growth velocity (Download data).

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Fig. 6 Variation of stress intensity factor in COD rate-controlled experiments (Download data).

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Fig. 7 Variation of COD with time in an experiment with constant load rate control (Download data).

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Fig. 8 SCC experiments in aqueous NaCl solution of different concentrations (Download data).

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Fig. 9 Average plateau crack growth velocity as function of NaCl concentration (Download data).

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Fig. 10 Dependence of KISCC on NaCl concentration (Download data).

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Fig. 14 Effect of branching on crack growth rate (Download data).

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Fig. 15 KISCC as a function of yield stress for AISI 4340 steel (Download data).

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Fig. 16 Plateau velocity as a function of yield stress for AISI 4340 steel Download data).

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Fig. 17 Crack length measured during the experiment and obtained from Eq. [2] (Download data).

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