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In this study, the stress corrosion behavior of 3.5%NiCrMoV and 1%CrMoV steels was investigated. Tests were conducted at 95°C in carbonate/bicarbonate and sodium hydroxide solutions. Results from slow strain rate tensile tests and fracture mechanics experiments were compared. A new, easily machinable, specimen geometry for fracture mechanics experiments was tested. The influence of pH, potential, microstructure and inclusions were studied. Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) was found with alldoi:10.14288/1.0078565 fatcat:gcbj6onaunbfljzoenalpdb6wm