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Deformation mechanisms and damage of oxide dispersion strengthened steels at high temperature

Abstract : A ferritic oxide dispersion strengthened steel is under study for fuel cladding applications in future nuclear systems. Tensile tests and creep tests are carried out at various temperatures to determine its mechanical properties along the extrusion direction. For these two types of loading, the material exhibits a high mechanical resistance. Its ductility appears to be strongly influenced by the strain rate and the temperature. Deformation mechanisms linked to diffusion phenomena are suspected and intergranular damage is observed on fractured specimens.
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A. Steckmeyer, Benjamin Fournier, J. Malaplate, M. Praud, I. Tournié, et al.. Deformation mechanisms and damage of oxide dispersion strengthened steels at high temperature. Fracture of materials and structures from micro to macro scale - ECF 18, Aug 2010, Dresden, Germany. 8 p. ⟨hal-00541105⟩

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