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Wet H2S Cracking

Wet H2S cracking can occur in susceptible steels exposed to aqueous environments containing hydrogen sulfide. It is a form of hydrogen-related cracking and can have two distinct morphologies: The first type is commonly referred to as Hydrogen Induced Cracking (HIC) and can occur where little or no applied or residual tensile stress exists. It is manifested as blisters or blister cracks oriented parallel to the plate surface.

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