THREE DIMENSIONAL ATOM PROBE STUDY OF NI-BASE ALLOY/LOW ALLOY STEEL DISSIMILAR METAL WELD INTERFACES
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- THREE DIMENSIONAL ATOM PROBE STUDY OF NI-BASE ALLOY/LOW ALLOY STEEL DISSIMILAR METAL WELD INTERFACES
- Choi, Kyoung Joon; Shin, Sang Hun; Kim, Jong Jin; Jung, Ju Ang; Kim, Ji Hyun
- A533 Gr. B; Alloy 152; Dissimilar Metal Weld; Fusion Boundary; Precipitation; Three Dimensional Atom Probe Tomography
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- KOREAN NUCLEAR SOC
- NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, v.44, no.6, pp.673 - 682
- Three dimensional atom probe tomography (3D APT) is applied to characterize the dissimilar metal joint which was welded between the Ni-based alloy, Alloy 690 and the low alloy steel, A533 Gr. B, with Alloy 152 filler metal. While there is some difficulty in preparing the specimen for the analysis, the 3D APT has a truly quantitative analytical capability to characterize nanometer scale particles in metallic materials, thus its application to the microstructural analysis in multicomponent metallic materials provides critical information on the mechanism of nanoscale microstructural evolution. In this study, the procedure for 3D APT specimen preparation was established, and those for dissimilar metal weld interface were prepared near the fusion boundary by a focused ion beam. The result of the analysis in this study showed the precipitation of chromium carbides near the fusion boundary between A533 Gr. B and Alloy 152.
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