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Corrosion tests for the evaluation of FCCI susceptibility of advanced austenitic stainless steel; Advanced austenitic stainless steel of french manufacture and modified SUS316 stainless steel fablicated by air melting method

Yutani, Toshiaki*; Wada, Takashi*; Matsuzuka, Ryuji*; Yamanaka,Tsuneyasu*; Watari, Yoshio*

To evaluate the corrosion resistance due to fuel-cladding chemical interaction (FCCI), corrosion tests of an advanced austenitic stainless steel of French manufacture and modified SUS316 stainless steel fabricated by air melting method and doble vacuum melting method with CsOH-CsI mixture, tellurium and iodine were conducted at 700$$^{circ}$$C for 100 hours. The result were summarized as follows. (1)The CsOH-CsI mixture (CsOH-CsI=1) produced intergranular attack, (2)Tellurium and iodine produced matrix attack. (3)There were little difference in corrosion morphology between three alloys. (4)Advanced austenitic stainless steel and modified SUS316 stainless steel farbricated by air melting method had almost same corrosion resistances to CsOH-CsI mixtures and iodine as modified SUS316 stainless steel farbricated by double vacuum melting method.



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