High-temperature water corrosion tests were performed to investigate the corrosion behaviors of Alloy 690 TT in simulated PWR secondary water with gaseous hydrogen permeation condition. Double-layer oxide films formed on hydrogen-free and hydrogen-permeating specimens. The thickness of a Cr-rich inner oxide film on the hydrogen-free specimens has no obvious difference from the hydrogen-permeating ones. For hydrogen-free specimens, the outer oxide films were Fe and Ni enriched spinel-type oxide particles. For hydrogen-permeating specimens, outer oxide films were sheet-like or needle-like Cr-rich chromia-type oxides. In summary, the solid diffusing hydrogen affected the morphology and composition of outer oxides. (C) 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.