The Influence of Loading Mode on the Stress Corrosion Susceptibility of Various Alloy/Environment Systems.
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MARTIN MARIETTA LABS BALTIMORE MD
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The influence of loading mode on stress-corrosion susceptibility has been examined for the following systems Ti- 8Al 1Mo 1V alloyaqueous chlorides alpha - brassammoniacal environments, 7075-T6 Al alloy in NaClK2Cr2O7 solutions. With the exception of the alpha- brassammonia system, the stress-corrosion susceptibility of the metals was found to be much greater under tensile mode I loading than torsional mode III loading. Further, in certain instances the addition of hydrogen-recombination cathodic poisons, i.e., arsenic, was found to enhance susceptibility to cracking as a function of loading mode is interpreted to indicate that hydrogen damage is the dominant mechanism leading to failure. Implications of these results to mechanistic understanding are discussed.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys