Stress-corrosion cracking tests on some high-strength steels, using the USNRL cantilever method: M34-20/114E-PDF

“A stress-corrosion cracking test developed at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., has been used at the Physical Metallurgy Division to test the cracking susceptibility of a number of high-strength steels. Results are reported which were obtained in stress-corrosion tests on an 18% Ni maraging steel (both parent and weld metal), an HP-9-4-25 steel, a copper-nickel low-alloy steel developed at the Physical Metallurgy Division, and a 17/4 PH stainless steel in each of the H900 and H1000 conditions. For each of these steels, the tendency to fracture under dry conditions was compared with that resulting from immersion in 3.5% NaC1 solution in the unpolarized state. The effects of cathodic protection by 5083 aluminum alloy and zinc were also investigated"--Abstract, p. i.

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Department/Agency Natural Resources Canada. Mines Branch.
Title Stress-corrosion cracking tests on some high-strength steels, using the USNRL cantilever method
Series Title Technical bulletin ;
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Language [English]
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Note Cover title. "May 1969." Digitized edition from print [produced by Natural Resources Canada].
Date 1969.
Number of Pages v, 31 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M34-20/114E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number 300000
Subject Terms Steel