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By Janos Ginsztler, R.P. Skelton

Failure prevention, residual existence review and existence extension of fabrics in elements working at excessive temperatures have gotten more and more vital difficulties within the sleek strength plant undefined. those difficulties are lined, and commercial examples might be brought to demonstrate the functions of these topics lined utilizing the implications from provider records.

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Separate crack growth tests were undertaken and these indicated that the total strain range in service must sometimes have exceeded 2%. = Fig. 4. 1. Crack Growth Rate In LCF laboratory tests, potential drop records have shown [3] that crack advance takes place during stress reversal and not in the dwell itself. Thus the increasing values of B with time in Fig. 7 are a reflection of the damage accrued during the previous dwell. Metallography confirms that the degree of intergranular cracking is much greater after a 16 h dwell than was the case with a dwell of 112 h [3], see Fig.

Methods for creep-fatigue lifetime prediction have been reviewed [37, 40]. They include: • • • • Frequency-modified strain range methods Strain range partitioning methods Time fraction and ductility exhaustion methods for creep Energy expenditure methods [35, 42] In the following we concentrate on those techniques used in the R5 procedures [8], particularly the ductility exhaustion aspect, but also taking a close look at energy methods. Fatigue damage arises predominantly from cyclic plasticity and is related to the total strain range.

1 /! ~01~~--~~~~QlO TOTAL STRAIN RANGE,. hxt Fig. , OD1 0,10 Fig. 2 Low strain rate growth data [65] An upper bound value forB for growth in mm/cycle is given by the relation: ..... 2) This relation has been adopted in the R5 Assessment Code [8]. Although intended mainly for continuous cycling data in ferritic steels at temperatures up to 550°C [2], Fig. 2 shows that the relation may safely be applied to austenitic steels at higher temperatures and low strain rates [64] and for 316 steel with a 24 h dwell at 600°C.

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