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High-strength steel material with excellent hydrogen embrittlement resistance










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #8016953.

The invention provides a steel material with satisfactory hydrogen embrittlement resistance, and particularly it relates to high-strength steel with satisfactory hydrogen embrittlement resistance and a strength of 1200 MPa or greater, as well as a process for production thereof. At least one simple or compound deposit of oxides, carbides or nitrides as hydrogen trap sites which trap hydrogen with a specific trap energy is added to steel, where the mean sizes, number densities, and length-to-thickness ratios (aspect ratio) are in specific ranges. By applying the specific steel components and production process it is possible to obtain high-strength steel with excellent hydrogen embrittlement resistance.








 
 
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