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Tensile deformation behavior of hydrogen charged ultrahigh strength steel studied by in situ neutron diffraction

水素チャージした超高強度鋼の引張変形挙動の中性子回折研究

徐 平光  ; Yin, J*; Zhang, S. Y.*

Xu, P. G.; Yin, J.*; Zhang, S. Y.*

The tensile deformation behavior of 1250 MPa ultra-high strength steels with and without hydrogen charging was comparably investigated using neutron diffraction together with the fracture morphology and microstructure observation. Before tensile loading, the (110) lattice spacing of hydrogen charged steel was found larger than that of non-charged sample while the (200) lattice spacing of the former was smaller than that of the latter, suggesting that the hydrogen atoms occupied the tetrahedral center promoted the increment of lattice plane spacing of (110) crystal planes while the balanced internal stress resulted in the proper decrement of (200) lattice plane spacing. In the non-charged sample, the non-linear elastic deformation was observed at 700 MPa in (200) planes, and then at 800 MPa in (110) planes. In the hydrogen charged sample, the non-linear elastic deformation was observed at 300 MPa in (110) planes, and then at 400 MPa in (200) planes. The microstructure observation confirmed the cleavage crack propagation and local crystal rotation in the hydrogen charged sample. Here, a concept about crystallographic orientation dependent micro-yielding was proposed, i.e. the hydrogen charging promoted the (110) preferable micro-yielding rather than (200) preferable micro-yielding, and resulted into a special deformation characteristics.

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