Corossion, Damage Mechanisms, HEDE, HELP, High Temperature Hydrogen Attack, Hydrogen Embrittlement, Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism, Hydrogen Enhanced Decohesion (HEDE), Hydrogen-Enhanced Local Plasticity (HELP), Materials, Materials Characterization, Materials Science, Mechanical Properties, Steel
This paper I will present at the upcoming 14th International Conference on Fracture (ICF14), Rhodes, Greece, June 18-23, 2017, within the special symposium titled:
“Fatigue and fracture in aggressive environments: mechanisms and risk
assessment” – Hydrogen Embrittlement Topic (click on the link for Special Symposium Announcement), organized by Prof. Robert Akid, Prof. Ihor Dmytrakh and me (Prof. Milos B. Djukic)
A STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY MODEL FOR HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT OF LOW CARBON STEEL AND THE COMBINED EFFECT OF HELP AND HEDE MECHANISMS ON MACROMECHANICAL PROPERTIES
By: Milos B. Djukic, Gordana M. Bakic, Vera Sijacki Zeravcic, Bratislav Rajicic, Aleksandar Sedmak, Radivoje Mitrovic and Zarko Miskovic
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Serbia
Special Sumposium was also listed on ICF14 website within Special Symposia/Sessions section (No. 1 on the list).
A large number of contemporary studies about hydrogen embrittlement confirmed the multiple effects of hydrogen and activity of the different hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms in low carbon steels. However, critical evaluation and quantification of the synergy between the hydrogen-enhanced localized plasticity (HELP) and decohesion-based (HEDE) mechanisms, and their combined effect on macromechanical properties, still does not exist. This paper focuses on a structural integrity models for hydrogen embrittlement of low carbon St.20 (AISI 1020) steel in the presence of simultaneously active hydrogen embrittlement micro-mechanisms.
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Our recent article (2015):
M.B. Djukic, V. Sijacki Zeravcic, G.M. Bakic, A. Sedmak, B. Rajicic, Hydrogen damage of steels: A case study and hydrogen embrittlement model, Engineering Failure Analysis, 2015, Volume 58, Part 2, pp. 485–498
About model of simultaneous action of hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms (HELP+HEDE) in steel and their effects on Mechanical Properties
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Our recent article (2016):
Milos B. Djukic, Gordana M. Bakic, Vera Sijacki Zeravcic, Aleksandar Sedmak, and Bratislav Rajicic, Hydrogen Embrittlement of Industrial Components: Prediction, Prevention, and Models. CORROSION. 2016; 72(7): 943-961., http://dx.doi.org/10.5006/1958
A background for the analysis of the viable hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms: hydrogen-enhanced localized plasticity (HELP) and hydrogen-enhanced decohesion (HEDE) in a ferritic-pearlitic carbon steel and development of a model for structural integrity analysis is a literature overview about the current state of the art in hydrogen embrittlement modeling and studies (140 References), presented in this paper.
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