Analyses of hydrogen distribution around fatigue crack on type 304 stainless steel using secondary ion mass spectrometry
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Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) analyses were carried out on type 304 austenitic stainless steel. On annealed specimen exposed to hydrogen (10 MPa, 358 K), Element Depth Profiles SIMS mode was able to describe quantitatively the hydrogen profile content computed by the Fick’s law. Based on SIMS analyses on the wake of a fatigue crack (propagation in hydrogen gas at 0.6 MPa and RT), it was possible to compute an apparent diffusivity and solubility in the crack tip region. The apparent solubility and diffusivity in the deformed regions were two times and five orders of magnitude higher than the ones on annealed material, respectively. High hydrogen content was found around the crack tip, where the plastic deformation was well developed (pronounced slip activity). The high apparent diffusivity is presumed to result from enhanced hydrogen transport induced by cyclic plastic activity at the crack tip.
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