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51316-7183-Sour Service Fatigue and Fracture Behavior of High Strength Steels

Fatigue Crack Growth Rate (FCGR) and fracture toughness behavior of high strength steels used in drilling riser applications was investigated in sour environments. Frequency scan tests were performed were performed on X80 C110 and S135 in moderate to mildly sour environments.

Product Number: 51316-7183-SG
ISBN: 7183 2016 CP
Author: Thodla Ramgopal
Publication Date: 2016
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Fatigue Crack Growth Rate (FCGR) and fracture toughness behavior of high strength steels used in drilling riser applications was investigated in sour environments. Frequency scan tests were performed were performed on X80 C110 and S135 in moderate to mildly sour environments. Fatigue crack growth rate increased with decreasing frequency and reached a plateau value at look frequencies. The observed behavior is typical for hydrogen enhanced cracking in sour environment. At these “plateau frequencies” FCGR in the mildly sour environments were found to be about 10 to 30x higher than the in-air values. The rate controlling step for FCGR was found to be hydrogen diffusion through the fracture process zone. The critical concentration for crack advance was calculated based on a model based on hydrogen diffusion through the fracture process zone. The critical concentration of hydrogen for S-135 was significantly lower than C-110 and X-80. The critical concentration of hydrogen for crack advance for C-110 and X-80 were similar.Rising-displacement FT tests were performed in a range of environments to determine the resistance (R-curve) behavior. Tests were performed in-situ at a slow K rate of 0.05Nmm-3/2/s over a range of environmental conditions as well as microstructures namely S-135 C-110 X-80. The results show that the initiation toughness and the slope of the R-curve decreased sharply in the sour environments. A limited set of tests were performed on a 110ksi grade steel in hydrogen charged conditions to discern the effect of loading rate format and develop a mechanistic interpretation for observed J-R curve behavior.

Fatigue downloadable, Crack Growth, fracture toughness, hydrogen, sour environments, microstructure

Fatigue Crack Growth Rate (FCGR) and fracture toughness behavior of high strength steels used in drilling riser applications was investigated in sour environments. Frequency scan tests were performed were performed on X80 C110 and S135 in moderate to mildly sour environments. Fatigue crack growth rate increased with decreasing frequency and reached a plateau value at look frequencies. The observed behavior is typical for hydrogen enhanced cracking in sour environment. At these “plateau frequencies” FCGR in the mildly sour environments were found to be about 10 to 30x higher than the in-air values. The rate controlling step for FCGR was found to be hydrogen diffusion through the fracture process zone. The critical concentration for crack advance was calculated based on a model based on hydrogen diffusion through the fracture process zone. The critical concentration of hydrogen for S-135 was significantly lower than C-110 and X-80. The critical concentration of hydrogen for crack advance for C-110 and X-80 were similar.Rising-displacement FT tests were performed in a range of environments to determine the resistance (R-curve) behavior. Tests were performed in-situ at a slow K rate of 0.05Nmm-3/2/s over a range of environmental conditions as well as microstructures namely S-135 C-110 X-80. The results show that the initiation toughness and the slope of the R-curve decreased sharply in the sour environments. A limited set of tests were performed on a 110ksi grade steel in hydrogen charged conditions to discern the effect of loading rate format and develop a mechanistic interpretation for observed J-R curve behavior.

Fatigue downloadable, Crack Growth, fracture toughness, hydrogen, sour environments, microstructure

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