|Effects of Te on intergranular embrittlement of a Ni-16Mo-7Cr alloy|
|Cheng, HW; Han, FF; Jia, YY; Li, ZJ; Zhou, XT
|Source Publication||JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS
|Abstract||Te was deposited on the surface of a Ni-16Mo-7Cr alloy by thermal evaporation at 700 degrees C, and the effect of Te on the intergranular cracking behavior and the tensile properties of the alloy was investigated. The results show that the reaction products formed on the surface of the alloy, the diffusion depth of Te in the alloy, and the yield strength of the alloy attacked by Teat room temperature are not changed remarkably with Te content increasing, whereas the ultimate tensile strength and elongation of the alloy is decreased distinctly. The primary surface reaction product are mainly composed of Ni3Te2, CrTe, and MoTe2, and the diffusion depth of Te in the alloys is about 50 mu m. The intergranular embrittlement mechanism of the alloy induced by Te of is also discussed in this paper. (C) 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
Cheng, HW,Han, FF,Jia, YY,et al. Effects of Te on intergranular embrittlement of a Ni-16Mo-7Cr alloy[J]. JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS,2015,461:122—128.
Cheng, HW,Han, FF,Jia, YY,Li, ZJ,&Zhou, XT.(2015).Effects of Te on intergranular embrittlement of a Ni-16Mo-7Cr alloy.JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS,461,122—128.
Cheng, HW,et al."Effects of Te on intergranular embrittlement of a Ni-16Mo-7Cr alloy".JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS 461(2015):122—128.
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