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Study of the hydrogen uptake in deformed steel using the microcapillary cell technique

(2019) CORROSION SCIENCE. 155. p.55-66
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The microcapillary cell electrochemical method is capable of evaluating hydrogen (H) uptake in steel with respect to deformation, which is induced by various mechanical methods (cold rolling, bending and punching). A clear relation between the deformation degree and the local H-content is established for dual phase (DP600) steel. The magnitude of the deformation nearby a punched edge is quantitatively determined using electron backscatter diffraction technique. A shear-affected zone is identified at the edge of the punched hole. The dedicated local electrochemical measurements confirm the presence of high concentrations of local-H in this shear affected zone, which is likely detrimental for H-embrittlement.
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General Materials Science, General Chemistry, General Chemical Engineering, Hydrogen embrittlement, Steel, Microcapillary cell, Electrochemistry, Hydrogen absorption, Deformation, HIGH-STRENGTH STEEL, INDUCED MECHANICAL DEGRADATION, INDUCED DUCTILITY LOSS, DUAL-PHASE STEEL, EMBRITTLEMENT SUSCEPTIBILITY, STRAIN LOCALIZATION, LARGE-DEFORMATION, DIFFUSION, MICROSTRUCTURE, QUANTIFICATION

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Ozdirik, Berk, et al. “Study of the Hydrogen Uptake in Deformed Steel Using the Microcapillary Cell Technique.” CORROSION SCIENCE, vol. 155, Elsevier, 2019, pp. 55–66.
APA
Ozdirik, B., Suter, T., Hans, U., Depover, T., Verbeken, K., Schmutz, P., … De Graeve, I. (2019). Study of the hydrogen uptake in deformed steel using the microcapillary cell technique. CORROSION SCIENCE, 155, 55–66.
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Ozdirik, Berk, Thomas Suter, Ulrik Hans, Tom Depover, Kim Verbeken, Patrik Schmutz, Lars P.H. Jeurgens, Herman Terryn, and Iris De Graeve. 2019. “Study of the Hydrogen Uptake in Deformed Steel Using the Microcapillary Cell Technique.” CORROSION SCIENCE 155: 55–66.
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Ozdirik, Berk, Thomas Suter, Ulrik Hans, Tom Depover, Kim Verbeken, Patrik Schmutz, Lars P.H. Jeurgens, Herman Terryn, and Iris De Graeve. 2019. “Study of the Hydrogen Uptake in Deformed Steel Using the Microcapillary Cell Technique.” CORROSION SCIENCE 155: 55–66.
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Ozdirik B, Suter T, Hans U, Depover T, Verbeken K, Schmutz P, et al. Study of the hydrogen uptake in deformed steel using the microcapillary cell technique. CORROSION SCIENCE. 2019;155:55–66.
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B. Ozdirik et al., “Study of the hydrogen uptake in deformed steel using the microcapillary cell technique,” CORROSION SCIENCE, vol. 155, pp. 55–66, 2019.
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  abstract     = {The microcapillary cell electrochemical method is capable of evaluating hydrogen (H) uptake in steel with respect to deformation, which is induced by various mechanical methods (cold rolling, bending and punching). A clear relation between the deformation degree and the local H-content is established for dual phase (DP600) steel. The magnitude of the deformation nearby a punched edge is quantitatively determined using electron backscatter diffraction technique. A shear-affected zone is identified at the edge of the punched hole. The dedicated local electrochemical measurements confirm the presence of high concentrations of local-H in this shear affected zone, which is likely detrimental for H-embrittlement.},
  author       = {Ozdirik, Berk and Suter, Thomas and Hans, Ulrik and Depover, Tom and Verbeken, Kim and Schmutz, Patrik and Jeurgens, Lars P.H. and Terryn, Herman and De Graeve, Iris},
  issn         = {0010-938X},
  journal      = {CORROSION SCIENCE},
  keywords     = {General Materials Science,General Chemistry,General Chemical Engineering,Hydrogen embrittlement,Steel,Microcapillary cell,Electrochemistry,Hydrogen absorption,Deformation,HIGH-STRENGTH STEEL,INDUCED MECHANICAL DEGRADATION,INDUCED DUCTILITY LOSS,DUAL-PHASE STEEL,EMBRITTLEMENT SUSCEPTIBILITY,STRAIN LOCALIZATION,LARGE-DEFORMATION,DIFFUSION,MICROSTRUCTURE,QUANTIFICATION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {55--66},
  publisher    = {Elsevier},
  title        = {Study of the hydrogen uptake in deformed steel using the microcapillary cell technique},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2019.04.029},
  volume       = {155},
  year         = {2019},
}

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