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Use of Cr K-Beta X-Rays and Position Sensitive Detector for Residual Stress Measurement in Stainless Steel Pipe

  • C. O. Ruud (a1) and C. S. Barrett (a1)

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Residual stresses on the inner surface of stainless steel pipe used in nuclear reactors are of exceptional importance. Apparatus for measuring these in situ, in welded lengths of 10-inch diameter austenitic (304) stainless pipe has been developed at the University of Denver Research Institute under the sponsorship of the Electric Power Research Institute.

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1. Steffen, D. A. and Ruud, C. O., “A Versatile Position Sensitive X-Ray Detector,” Advances in X-Ray Analysis, Vol. 21, 309315, 1978.

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