Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel

Supratik Roychowdhury, Hans-Peter Seifert, Philippe Spätig, Zaiqing Que, Stefan Ritter

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSafe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking
Subtitle of host publicationFinal Report of the SAFE-I Project
PublisherPaul Scherrer Institut
Pages19-58
Publication statusPublished - 2019
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

Publication series

SeriesPSI Report
Number18-03
ISSN1019-0643

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Roychowdhury, S., Seifert, H-P., Spätig, P., Que, Z., & Ritter, S. (2019). Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel. In Safe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking: Final Report of the SAFE-I Project (pp. 19-58). Paul Scherrer Institut. PSI Report, No. 18-03
Roychowdhury, Supratik ; Seifert, Hans-Peter ; Spätig, Philippe ; Que, Zaiqing ; Ritter, Stefan. / Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel. Safe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking: Final Report of the SAFE-I Project. Paul Scherrer Institut, 2019. pp. 19-58 (PSI Report; No. 18-03).
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Roychowdhury, S, Seifert, H-P, Spätig, P, Que, Z & Ritter, S 2019, Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel. in Safe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking: Final Report of the SAFE-I Project. Paul Scherrer Institut, PSI Report, no. 18-03, pp. 19-58.

Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel. / Roychowdhury, Supratik; Seifert, Hans-Peter; Spätig, Philippe; Que, Zaiqing; Ritter, Stefan.

Safe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking: Final Report of the SAFE-I Project. Paul Scherrer Institut, 2019. p. 19-58 (PSI Report; No. 18-03).

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Roychowdhury S, Seifert H-P, Spätig P, Que Z, Ritter S. Part II: Effect of high-temperature water and hydrogen on the fracture behaviour of a low-alloy reactor pressure vessel steel. In Safe long-term operation in the context of environmental effects on fracture, fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking: Final Report of the SAFE-I Project. Paul Scherrer Institut. 2019. p. 19-58. (PSI Report; No. 18-03).