Effect of Nanosized NbC Precipitates on Hydrogen Diffusion in X80 Pipeline Steel
AbstractIn this paper, the effects of dispersed 3~10 nm NbC precipitates on hydrogen diffusion in X80 pipeline steel were investigated by means of high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), electrochemical hydrogen permeation, and thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS). The relationship between hydrogen diffusion and temperature was determined for Nb-free X80 and 0.055 wt% Nb X80 steel. The temperature dividing reversible and irreversible traps was measured, and the quantity of hydrogen captured by different traps was calculated. Three types of hydrogen trap were designed and applied in the test, and the results revealed that irreversible hydrogen traps formed by nanosized and coherent NbC precipitates markedly hindered hydrogen diffusion, and prolonged breakthrough time in Nb-bearing X80 steel. View Full-Text
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Cui, Q.; Wu, J.; Xie, D.; Wu, X.; Huang, Y.; Li, X. Effect of Nanosized NbC Precipitates on Hydrogen Diffusion in X80 Pipeline Steel. Materials 2017, 10, 721.
Cui Q, Wu J, Xie D, Wu X, Huang Y, Li X. Effect of Nanosized NbC Precipitates on Hydrogen Diffusion in X80 Pipeline Steel. Materials. 2017; 10(7):721.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cui, Qiaoqi; Wu, Junsheng; Xie, Donghan; Wu, Xiaoguang; Huang, Yunhua; Li, Xiaogang. 2017. "Effect of Nanosized NbC Precipitates on Hydrogen Diffusion in X80 Pipeline Steel." Materials 10, no. 7: 721.