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Cyclic creep-rupture behavior of three high-temperature alloys.Study of some important characteristics of the cyclic creep-rupture curves for the titanium alloy 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo at 900 and 1100 F (755 and 865 K), the cobalt-base alloy L-605 at 1180 F (910 K), and for two hardness levels of 316 stainless steel at 1300 F (980 K). The cyclic creep-rupture curve relates tensile stress and tensile time-to-rupture for strain-limited cyclic loading and has been found to be independent of the total strain range and the level of compressive stress employed in the cyclic creep-rupture tests. The cyclic creep-rupture curve was always found to be above and to the right of the conventional (constant load) monotonic creep-rupture curve by factors ranging from 2 to 10 in time-to-rupture. This factor tends to be greatest when the creep ductility is large. Cyclic creep acceleration was observed in every cyclic creep-rupture test conducted. The phenomenon was most pronounced at the highest stress levels and when the tensile and compressive stresses were completely reversed. In general, creep rates were found to be lower in compression than in tension for equal true stresses. The differences, however, were strongly material-dependent.
Document ID
19720055639
Document Type
Reprint (Version printed in journal)
Authors
Halford, G. R. (NASA Lewis Research Center Materials and Structures Div., Cleveland, Ohio, United States)
Date Acquired
August 6, 2013
Publication Date
August 1, 1972
Publication Information
Publication: Metallurgical Transactions
Volume: 3
Subject Category
MATERIALS, METALLIC
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other