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TITLE : A COMPARISION ON TENSILE STRENGTH VALUES OF DIFFERENT GRADES OF STAINLESS STEEL ALLOYS WHEN SUBJECTED TO HYDROGEN ENVIRONMENT- A REVIEW  
AUTHORS : Anitha A S                 
ABSTRACT :

In today’s date large scale production of Hydrogen gas is of utmost importance as it’s the water forming lone gaseous element. Because of its high flammable nature it is used for powering automobiles and generating electricity. Hydrogen became the greatest safety asset in an outdoor environment. It is one of the lightest gas hence can be widely used for the production of biofuels. In addition to this it is well known that Hydrogen represents an abundant, clean and mobile energy carrier. With increasing energy demand waste generation is also increasing. Waste minimization, utilization and appropriation are gaining importance. Enormous quantity of organic waste is being generated across the globe. Composting, biomethanization etc are the popular proven technologies for handling the bio-degradable organic waste. Research is in full achievement to establish technologies for large scale production of Hydrogen from municipal solid waste comprising of the food and the sewage waste. Newer methodologies for Hydrogen production from waste are being reported consistently. During the course of Hydrogen production materials of the equipments used are enforced to variation in mechanical properties that includes ductility, tensile strength, yield stress, reduction in material surface area due to Hydrogen embrittlement. This article would focus on addressing such a serious material predicament, Hydrogen embrittlement by comparing the tensile strength of different grades of Austenitic steel and reporting a suitable material for fabricating equipments used in Hydrogen Production from food waste.

Keywords: Hydrogen embrittlement, austenitic steel, ductility, tensile strength, yield stress, material surface area
 
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