The book presents a collection of chapters on the current problems associated with hydrogen damage. It discusses the effect of hyd...
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The book presents a collection of chapters on the current problems associated with hydrogen damage. It discusses the effect of hydrogen on material properties and its interaction with the material microstructure, physical features of hydrogen transport in metals and alloys, as well as applicable methods of measuring concentration of hydrogen in solid media.
Discusses the current problems associated with hydrogen damage Highlights the effect of hydrogen on material properties Proposes applicable methods of measuring hydrogen concentration in solid media Autorentext Prof. Dr. Vladimir A. Polyanskiy is the Head of the Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Professor of the Higher School of Cyberphysical Systems and Control at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.He is one of the developers of an industrial mass spectrometric hydrogen analyzer and of government reference specimen for calibrating hydrogen analyzers. He is a member of the North-West Branch of the Scientific Committee of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Combustion and Explosion and an expert of the Russian Academy of Sciences.His scientific interests include hydrogen embrittlement, structural strength, metallurgy, physics of the atomic collisions and computational mechanics. Prof. Dr.Sc. Dr.habil. Dr.h.c. Alexander K. Belyaev is the Head of the Mechatronics Laboratory and Chief Researcher of the Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is a Professor of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at St. Petersburg State University and Professor of the Higher School of Mechanics and Control at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. He has a Honorary Doctorate (d.h.c.) of Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria in 2012, and is a Foreign Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in 2016. He is a Member of the Council of the European Mechanics Society (EUROMECH) and member of IUTAM, as well as Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of Presidium of Russian National Committee for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. His scientific interests include high-frequency dynamics of solids and structures, stability of machines and mechanisms, mechatronics. Inhalt Chapter 1. Short-range-ordering effects on hydrogen embrittlement of austenitic steels - a review Motomichi Koyama Chapter 2. The effect of hydrogen charging on TDS and bond energies Anastasiia A. Chevrychkina, Vladimir A. Polyanskiy, Evgeniy A. Varshavchik Chapter 3. The key role of dedicated experimental methodologies in revealing the interaction between hydrogen and the steel microstructure Tom Depover and Kim Verbeken Chapter4. A contribution on the hydrogen diffusion controlled failure of notched samples Andreas Drexler, Josef Domitner, Christof Sommitsch Chapter 5. Establishing elastic-diffusion properties interrelation for a material with microstructure typical of HIC Ksenia P. Frolova, Elena N. Vilchevskaya Chapter 6. Influence of linear elastic stresses on hydrogen diffusion into metals Polina M. Grigoreva, Vladimir A. Polyanskiy, Elena N. Vilchevskaya Chapter 7. Effect of hydrogen concentration and strain rate on hydrogen embrittlement of ultra-fine grained low carbon steel Evgeniy D. Merson, Pavel N. Myagkikh, Gennady V. Klevtsov, Dmitri L. Merson, Alexei Yu. Vinogradov Chapter 8. Acoustoelasticity due to hydrogen embrittlement and skin effects Dmitriy A. Tretyakov Chapter 9. Characterization of hydrogen trapping systems and HIC susceptibility of X60 steel by traditional and innovative methodologies Renzo Valentini, Francesco Aiello, Linda Bacchi, Fabio Biagini, Serena Corsinovi, Michele Villa Chapter 10. Hydrogen charging of samples printed on 3D, against samples of conventional materials Yuriy A. Yakovlev