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The Material property equations for 316FR steel at extremely high temperature

Okuda, Takahiro; Yamashita, Hayato ; Toyota, Kodai ; Shimomura, Kenta ; Onizawa, Takashi  ; Kato, Shoichi 

This study describes the setting of the material property equations of 316FR steel at an extremely high temperature which can be applied to severe accident conditions of generation IV fast reactors. 316FR steel will be applied to structural materials, e.g. reactor vessel, in the generation IV fast reactors. After the severe accident in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants, the evaluation of structural integrity was found to be very important severe accident condition. The development of the generation IV fast reactors requires the material properties of 316FR steel at the extremely high temperature. However, such data has not been acquired. Therefore, tensile and creep tests were carried out in the temperature range over 700$$^{circ}$$C for 316FR steel. Based on the acquired data from the tests, the equations that can evaluate the material properties of 316FR steel at the extremely high temperature were set up. They are an elasto-plastic stress-strain equation, a creep rupture equation and a creep strain equation.



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