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Material deterioration diagnosis of austenite stainless steel by measurement of leakage magnetic flux density

Takaya, Shigeru ; Nemoto, Yoshiyuki  ; Uchimoto, Tetsuya*; Keyakida, Satoshi*

In a previous study, authors showed experimentally the correlation between leakage magnetic flux density and irradiation assisted stress corrosion cracking susceptibility of high purity model austenitic stainless steels. This study aimed to investigate mechanism of the correlation. Tensile test at elevated temperature and aging test were conducted on materials simulating irradiation-induced segregation, and leakage magnetic flux density was measured before and after these tests in order to study the influence of chemical composition change and lattice defect to leakage magnetic flux density. Furthermore, dependency of magnetic moment on chemical composition and vacancy was evaluated by first principle calculation. As result, it was shown that leakage magnetic flux density of irradiated materials is thought to increase in severe irradiation-induced segregation region with and without vacancy.



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