The results are reported of a study of the effect of vacuum remelting on hydrogen permeability of steels at 200°–700° C. It was shown that vacuum-arc remelting reduces the degree of contamination of steel and, as a result, produces a reduction in its hydrogen permeability, the chemical composition of steel being a decisive factor.
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Zakhodskaya, N.I., Kachmar, B.F., Kripyakebich, R.I. et al. Effect of vacuum remelting on hydrogen permeability of steels. Mater Sci 3, 251–254 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714786
- Decisive Factor
- Hydrogen Permeability