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Johnson, J. P. Smith and R. D. Stambaugh, Fusion Materials Semiannual Progress Report, DOE/ER-0313/20, June 1996, pp. 3-10. H. Tsai, L. J. Nowicki, J. Gazda, M. C. Billone, D. L. Smith and W. R. Johnson, Fusion Materials Semiannual Progress Report, DOE/ER-031 3/24, June 1998, pp. 3-10. 21 TENSILE PROPERTIES OF V-Cr-Ti ALLOYS A~ER EXPOSURE ENVIRONMENTS* K. Natesan and W. K. Soppet (Argonne National Laboratory) IN HYDROGEN-CONTAINING OBJECTIVE The objectives of this task are to (a) determine the hydrogen uptake of V-Cr-Ti alloys as a function of temperature and partial pressure of hydrogen (pH2) in the exposure environment, (b) examine the microstructural characteristics of surfaces and cross sections of the alloys after exposure, (c) evaluate the influence of hydrogen uptake in Iow-PH2 environments on the tensile properties and cracking propensity of the alloys at room and elevated temperatures, and (d) determine the effects of oxygen/hydrogen interactions on the tensile properties of the alloys.

21 TENSILE PROPERTIES OF V-Cr-Ti ALLOYS A~ER EXPOSURE ENVIRONMENTS* K. Natesan and W. K. Soppet (Argonne National Laboratory) IN HYDROGEN-CONTAINING OBJECTIVE The objectives of this task are to (a) determine the hydrogen uptake of V-Cr-Ti alloys as a function of temperature and partial pressure of hydrogen (pH2) in the exposure environment, (b) examine the microstructural characteristics of surfaces and cross sections of the alloys after exposure, (c) evaluate the influence of hydrogen uptake in Iow-PH2 environments on the tensile properties and cracking propensity of the alloys at room and elevated temperatures, and (d) determine the effects of oxygen/hydrogen interactions on the tensile properties of the alloys.

01%. 9). 999% purity helium gas to the desired pressure and sealed by laser welding. Fill pressures were determined with a computer code that accounted for the thermal expansion of the tubing and compressibility of the helium fill gas at the test temperature of interest. The specimen OD was again measured using the laser profilometer to determine the elastic diametral displacements for each tube. Table 2 summarizesthe pre-fill dimensional measurementsfor each specimen currently under test along with the fill pressuresand mid-wallhoop stresses.

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