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Magnesium and related low alloys

Abstract

In the first part the authors examine the comparative corrosion of commercial magnesium, of a magnesium-zirconium alloy (0,4 per cent {<=} Zr {<=} 0,7 per cent) of a ternary magnesium-zinc-zirconium alloy (0,8 per cent {<=} Zn {<=} 1,2 per cent) and of english 'Magnox type' alloys, in dry carbon dioxide-free air, in damp carbon dioxide-free air, and in dry and damp carbon dioxide, at temperatures from 300 to 600 deg. C. In the second part the structural stability of these materials is studied after annealings, of 10 to 1000 hours at 300 to 450 deg. C. Variations in grain after these heat treatments and mechanical stretching properties at room temperature are presented. Finally various creep rate and life time diagrams are given for these materials, for temperatures ranging from 300 to 450 deg. C. (author) [French] Dans une premiere partie les auteurs etudient la corrosion comparee du magnesium commercial, d'un alliage magnesium-zirconium (0,4 pour cent {<=} Zr {<=} 0,7 pour cent), d'un alliage ternaire magnesium-zinc-zirconium (0,8 pour cent {<=} Zn {<=} 1,2 pour cent), et d'alliages anglais 'type Magnox', dans l'air sec decarbonate, l'air humide decarbonate, le gaz carbonique sec et humide a des temperatures de 300 a 600 deg.  More>>
Authors:
Bernard, J; Caillat, R; Darras, R [1] 
  1. Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Saclay (France).Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1959
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
CEA-R-1268
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 17 refs
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; AIR; BINARY ALLOY SYSTEMS; CARBON DIOXIDE; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; CORROSION RESISTANCE; CORROSIVE EFFECTS; CREEP; GRAIN GROWTH; GRAIN SIZE; IMPURITIES; MAGNESIUM ALLOY-ZR; MAGNOX; MATERIALS TESTING; MOISTURE; NITROGEN; OXYGEN; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE; TEMPERATURE RANGE 0400-1000 K; TENSILE PROPERTIES; TERNARY ALLOY SYSTEMS; THERMAL STRESSES; ZINC ADDITIONS; ZIRCONIUM ADDITIONS
OSTI ID:
20940765
Research Organizations:
CEA Saclay, 91 - Gif-sur-Yvette (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR07R1268094243
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
FRN
Size:
19 pages
Announcement Date:
Nov 22, 2007

Citation Formats

Bernard, J, Caillat, R, and Darras, R. Magnesium and related low alloys. France: N. p., 1959. Web.
Bernard, J, Caillat, R, & Darras, R. Magnesium and related low alloys. France.
Bernard, J, Caillat, R, and Darras, R. 1959. "Magnesium and related low alloys." France.
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title = {Magnesium and related low alloys}
author = {Bernard, J, Caillat, R, and Darras, R}
abstractNote = {In the first part the authors examine the comparative corrosion of commercial magnesium, of a magnesium-zirconium alloy (0,4 per cent {<=} Zr {<=} 0,7 per cent) of a ternary magnesium-zinc-zirconium alloy (0,8 per cent {<=} Zn {<=} 1,2 per cent) and of english 'Magnox type' alloys, in dry carbon dioxide-free air, in damp carbon dioxide-free air, and in dry and damp carbon dioxide, at temperatures from 300 to 600 deg. C. In the second part the structural stability of these materials is studied after annealings, of 10 to 1000 hours at 300 to 450 deg. C. Variations in grain after these heat treatments and mechanical stretching properties at room temperature are presented. Finally various creep rate and life time diagrams are given for these materials, for temperatures ranging from 300 to 450 deg. C. (author) [French] Dans une premiere partie les auteurs etudient la corrosion comparee du magnesium commercial, d'un alliage magnesium-zirconium (0,4 pour cent {<=} Zr {<=} 0,7 pour cent), d'un alliage ternaire magnesium-zinc-zirconium (0,8 pour cent {<=} Zn {<=} 1,2 pour cent), et d'alliages anglais 'type Magnox', dans l'air sec decarbonate, l'air humide decarbonate, le gaz carbonique sec et humide a des temperatures de 300 a 600 deg. C. Dans une seconde partie, est etudiee la stabilite structurale de ces materiaux apres des recuits de 300 a 450 deg. C, et de 10 a 1000 heures. Sont presentees les variations, apres ces traitements thermiques, de la grosseur du grain, et des caracteristiques mecaniques de traction a la temperature ambiante. Enfin, quelques diagrammes de vitesse de fluage et de durees de vie sont presentes sur ces materiaux pour des temperatures variant entre 300 et 450 deg. C. (auteur)}
place = {France}
year = {1959}
month = {Jul}
}