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Non-destructive measurement of the depth profile of the constituent in iron oxide scale by X-ray diffraction at SPring-8

  • M. Sato (a1), T. Doi (a2), Y. Hidaka (a2), Y. Higashida (a2), Y. Masaki (a2) and N. Otsuka (a2)...

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The depth profiles of the constituent in iron oxide scales were investigated by X-ray diffraction measurement with controlling X-ray penetration depth at SPring-8. We successfully observed the interface region of scales non-destructively using X-ray with energy of 28 keV. The results indicated that the volume fraction ratio of Fe3O4 to FeO around the surface of samples increased by isothermal heat treatment. This suggested that the transformation of FeO to Fe3O4 due to isothermal heat treatment proceeds from surface into the inside of scale.

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Gleeson, B., Hadavi, S. M. M. & Young, D. J. 2000 Isothermal transformation behavior of thermally grown wustite. Mater. High Temp. 17 (2), 311319.
Sato, M., Sano, Y., Kajiwara, K., Tanaka, H. & Akita, K. 2007 Non-destructive measurement of residual stress depth profile in a laser-peened steel at SPring-8. In The Ninth International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation – AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 879, pp. 15771580.

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Non-destructive measurement of the depth profile of the constituent in iron oxide scale by X-ray diffraction at SPring-8

  • M. Sato (a1), T. Doi (a2), Y. Hidaka (a2), Y. Higashida (a2), Y. Masaki (a2) and N. Otsuka (a2)...

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