High Temperature Fatigue

High Temperature Fatigue

Sumner, G., 1985, Heating methods and grips, Techniques for high temperature fatigue testing, op. cit. [6], pp. 71–96. Bressers, J., 1982, Axiality of loading, Measurement of high temperature mechanical properties of materials, op.cit.

Author: R.P. Skelton

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400934535

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 326

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About 35 years ago, thermal fatigue was identified as an important phenomenon which limited the lifetime of high temperature plant. In the intervening years many investigations have been carried out, primarily to give guidance on likely endurance (especially in the presence of time dependent deformation) but latterly, with the introduction of sophisticated testing machines, to provide knowledge of the underlying mechanisms of failure. A previous edited book (Fatigue at High Temperature, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, 1983) summarised the state-of-the-art of high temperature fatigue testing and examined the factors influencing life, such as stress state, environment and microstructural effects. It also considered, in some detail, cyclic crack growth as a more rigorous approach to life limitation. The aim of the present volume (which in style and format follows exactly the same lines as its predecessor) is once again to pursue the desire to translate detailed laboratory knowledge into engineering design and assessment. There is, for example, a need to consider the limitations of the laboratory specimen and its relationship with engineering features. Many design procedures still rely on a simple endurance approach based on failure of a smooth specimen, and this is taken to indicate crack initiation in the component. In this volume, therefore, crack propagation is covered only incidentally, emphasis being placed instead on basic cyclic stress strain properties, non-isothermal behaviour, metallography, failure criteria and the need for agreed testing procedures.
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Elevated Temperature Fatigue Testing of Metals

Elevated Temperature Fatigue Testing of Metals

As one will note when surveying the many technical papers describing experimental techniques for elevated temperature fatigue testing , the extensometers are generally " home - made " or adaptations of commercially available sensors .

Author: Marvin H. Hirschberg

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ISBN: NASA:31769000552029

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Page: 24

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Multiaxial Fatigue and Deformation Testing Techniques

Multiaxial Fatigue and Deformation Testing Techniques

The 50-kW design has been used to good effect in a lengthy series of high temperature, low-cycle fatigue tests conducted under tension-torsion loading. Thus far, the fixture has performed faultlessly in over 100 tests conducted on ...

Author: Sreeramesh Kalluri

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN: 9780803120457

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 309

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Fourteen papers from the May 1995 symposium focus on the advances that new materials testing equipment and digital computers have made possible. Representative topics: testing facilities for multiaxial loading of tubular specimens, biaxial deformation experiments over multiple string regimes, charac
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Elevated Temperature Testing Methods

Elevated Temperature Testing Methods

Techniques of axial strain-controlled fatigue testing at elevated temperature are described.

Author: CH. Wells

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ISBN: OCLC:1251644811

Category: Alignment

Page: 13

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Techniques of axial strain-controlled fatigue testing at elevated temperature are described. The specimen design incorporates thin ridges for attaching the extensometer arms; details of the design are provided to avoid premature failure at these discontinuities. Special problems of specimen gripping, alignment, and break detection at high temperature are discussed for both mechanical and closed-loop hydraulic testing machines.
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Component Reliability under Creep Fatigue Conditions

Component Reliability under Creep Fatigue Conditions

Bruhns, O. T. and H. Hübel: Rigorous inelastic analysis methods, in: High Temperature Structural Design, ESIS 12 (Ed. L. H. Larsson), Mechanical Engineering Publications, London 1992, 181-200. Conle, A., Oxland, T. R., and T. H. Topper: ...

Author: Janos Ginsztler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783709125168

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 242

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Failure prevention, residual life assessment and life extension of materials in components operating at high temperatures are becoming increasingly important problems in the modern power plant industry. These problems are covered, and industrial examples will be introduced to illustrate the applications of those subjects covered using the results from service records.
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Research and Development of High Temperature Materials for Industry

Research and Development of High Temperature Materials for Industry

"Measurement of High Temperature Mechanical Properties of Materials", eds. Loveday, M.S., Day, M. F. and Dyson, B. F., pub. HMSO (1982). "Techniques for High Temperature Fatigue Testing", ed. Summer, G. and Livesey, W.B., pub.

Author: E. Bullock

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400911451

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 680

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Manual on Low Cycle Fatigue Testing

Manual on Low Cycle Fatigue Testing

Author: American Society for Testing Materials

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN: 080310023X

Category: Alloys

Page: 193

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Comprehensive Structural Integrity

Comprehensive Structural Integrity

V. M. Radhakrishnan, 1996, An energy based analysis of thermomechanical fatigue. Trans. Indian Inst. Met., 49, 357–369. R. Raj (ed.) ... In: ''Techniques for High Temperature Fatigue Testing,'' eds. G. Sumner and V. B. Livesey, Elsevier, ...

Author: Ian Milne

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080490731

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 5232

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The aim of this major reference work is to provide a first point of entry to the literature for the researchers in any field relating to structural integrity in the form of a definitive research/reference tool which links the various sub-disciplines that comprise the whole of structural integrity. Special emphasis will be given to the interaction between mechanics and materials and structural integrity applications. Because of the interdisciplinary and applied nature of the work, it will be of interest to mechanical engineers and materials scientists from both academic and industrial backgrounds including bioengineering, interface engineering and nanotechnology. The scope of this work encompasses, but is not restricted to: fracture mechanics, fatigue, creep, materials, dynamics, environmental degradation, numerical methods, failure mechanisms and damage mechanics, interfacial fracture and nano-technology, structural analysis, surface behaviour and heart valves. The structures under consideration include: pressure vessels and piping, off-shore structures, gas installations and pipelines, chemical plants, aircraft, railways, bridges, plates and shells, electronic circuits, interfaces, nanotechnology, artificial organs, biomaterial prostheses, cast structures, mining... and more. Case studies will form an integral part of the work.
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