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Conference Papers Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Materials Year : 2005

Hydrogen - Plasticity interactions : modelling and experiments in hydrogenated nickel alloys

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The effect of hydrogen on tensile tests of nickel and binary nickel - 16 wt. % chromium is analysed in terms of solute drag phenomenon. Static Strain Ageing experiments are used to measure the saturated dislocation pinning force as a function of the H concentration. First order hydrogen - dislocation interactions causes a shielding of the pair interactions between edge dislocations. The influence of this screening effect is analytically evaluated on the selfenergy and line tension of curved dislocations, the critical force for the expansion of a dislocation loop and the dissociation mechanism. These results are used to interpret experimental results on the plastic flow of hydrogen-charged nickel single crystals oriented for easy glide. This study illustrates the mechanisms of H - dislocation interactions and their consequences on the different contributions of hydrogen to the flow stress of nickel.

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emse-01074021 , version 1 (12-10-2014)

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David Delafosse, Gouenou Girardin. Hydrogen - Plasticity interactions : modelling and experiments in hydrogenated nickel alloys. 5th Euromech Solid Mechanics Conference, Aug 2003, Thessalonique, Greece. pp.151, ⟨10.1515/JMBM.2005.16.3.151⟩. ⟨emse-01074021⟩
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