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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
The effect of heat treatment, microstructure, and composition of alloy materials
should be considered. For example, a sensitized microstructure is required for
nickel alloys under high-temperature-reducing conditions to prevent stress
corrosion cracking, while austenitic stainless steel requires an unsensitized
microstructure. In addition, radiation-induced stress corrosion cracking of
austenitic stainless steel can be reduced by imposing special composition
requirements of residual elements.
II-61


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