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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Continuous Phase Transformations
Presentation Title Study of Precipitation Behavior of High-Cr Ni-based Filler Metals using In-situ S/TEM
Author(s) Cheng-Han Li, Sriram Vijayan, Carolin Fink, Joerg Jinschek
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Cheng-Han Li
Abstract Scope High-Chromium Nickel-based filler metals are widely used for repair of structural components in nuclear power industry. During multi-pass weld repair applications these alloys are potentially susceptible to ductility-dip cracking (DDC), which is a solid-state grain boundary sliding phenomenon. Precipitation of carbides along grain boundaries upon cyclic heating and cooling is a factor for the occurrence of DDC. Additions of Molybdenum have been shown to enhance the cracking resistance in Ni-30Cr filler metals. However, there is a lack of insight on how Mo effects grain boundary carbide precipitation and results in increased resistance to DDC in multi-pass welds. In situ TEM heating experiments were performed to study preferred carbide nucleation sites and to understand the transformation mechanism of these carbides upon cyclic heat treatment. In situ observations were further validated with DSC and ex situ experiments. Elemental partitioning during precipitation were investigated using XEDS at high spatial-resolution in a probe-corrected S/TEM.
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Keywords Characterization, Nuclear Materials,

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