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(PDF) Fatigue crack initiation behavior in embrittled

(PDF) Fatigue crack initiation behavior in embrittled

Fatigue crack initiation behavior in duplex stainless steel was studied in the embrittled condition (aging at 475 °C for 100 h) by interrupting fatigue tests conducted at different Δσ/2 values sp.info Mechanisms of Fatigue Crack Initiation and GrowthJul 02, 2014 · determines the behavior of the fatigue crack, i.e.. Stage I and Stage II behavior. FCP 17 steel for a given ∆K. However, when normalized by Young’s Modulus all initiation and crack growth equally important. Avoid high tensile residuals therefore use lower strength materials. FCP 33 Summary!sp.info Observation of Fatigue Crack Initiation and Growth Quantifying the low-cycle fatigue damage accumulated in nuclear power plant components is one of the important issues for aged plants. In this study, detailed observations of crack initiation and growth were made using scanning electron microscopy in order to correlate the crack size and the magnitude of the fatigue damage. Type 316 stainless steel specimens were subjected to the strain sp.info Effects of thermal aging and stress triaxiality on PWSCC Oct 19, 2016 · In present study, effects of thermal aging and triaxial stress were investigated in terms of primary water stress corrosion cracking susceptibility. The thermal aging was applied via heat treatment at 400°C and triaxial stress was applied via notched tensile test specimen. The crack initiation time of each specimen were then measured by direct current potential drop method during slow strain


			 Mechanism of Fatigue Crack Initiation in Austenitic

Mechanism of Fatigue Crack Initiation in Austenitic

This paper examines the mechanism of fatigue crack initiation in austenitic stainless steels (SSs) in light water reactor (LWR) coolant environments. The effects of key material and loading variables, such as strain amplitude, strain rate, temperature, level of dissolved oxygen in water, and material heat treatment on the fatigue lives of wrought and cast austenitic SSs in air and LWR sp.info MECHANISM OF FATIGUE CRACK INITIATION IN oxide on fatigue crack initiation. FATIGUE ε–N BEHAVIOR Air Environment The existing fatigue ε–N data indicate that, in air, the fatigue lives of Types 304 and 316 SS are comparable; lives of Type 316NG are slightly higher at high strain amplitudes.8-10 The fatigue ε–N behavior of cast CF-8 and CF–8M SS is similar to that of wroughtsp.info Effect of Build Orientation on the Fatigue Behavior of EFFECT OF BUILD ORIENTATION ON THE FATIGUE BEHAVIOR OF STAINLESS STEEL 316L MANUFACTURED VIA A LASER-POWDER BED FUSION PROCESS Rakish 1Shrestha1, Jutima Simsiriwong , Nima Shamsaei2,*, Scott M. Thompson2,Linkan Bian3 1Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), Mississippi State University, MS 39762 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, sp.info Precursor Evolution and Stress Corrosion Cracking (2018) Oxide inclusions in laser additive manufactured stainless steel and their effects on impact toughness and stress corrosion cracking behavior. Journal of Nuclear Materials 499, 182-190. Online publication date:1-Feb-2018.


			Effect of Loading Frequency on the Behavior of High

Effect of Loading Frequency on the Behavior of High

steel for design purposes at high temperature conditions. Creep-fatigue crack initiation and growth tests for a G91 tubular specimen, including a machined defect, have been performed by Kim[5] and it attempted to assess a high temperature crack behavior of Mod.9Cr-1Mo side plate specimen by Lee[6]. The fatigue cracksp.info Ductile Crack Initiation Behavior of Prestrained Steels May 21, 2012 · Ductile crack initiation behaviors were experimentally and analytically investigated using compressively prestrained notched round bar specimen (lower stress triaxiality condition) and four point bend specimen (higher stress triaxiality condition). The materials used were SM400B and HT780.sp.info Effects of Corrosion and Cracking of Sulfide Inclusions on Jul 19, 2014 · Stainless steels suffer from stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in chloride environments under applied stress. 1 The influence of applied stress on corrosion behavior is an important and interesting subject from both scientific and practical points of view. Sulfide inclusions such as MnS are known to be preferential sites for the crack initiation of steels in corrosion environments.sp.info Fatigue Behavior of Additive Manufactured 304L Fatigue Behavior of Additive Manufactured 304L Stainless Steel Including Surface Roughness Effects Seungjong Lee 1,2, Jonathan Pegues , Nima Shamsaei1,2* 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849, USA 2 National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME), Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849, USA


			SEM In Situ Investigation on Fatigue Cracking Behavior of

SEM In Situ Investigation on Fatigue Cracking Behavior of

The micro-mechanical behavior of inclusions in X80 pipeline steel under fatigue loading was investigated by means of SEM in situ observation. The influence of sizes and shapes of inclusion on crack initiation and propagation was analyzed. The result shows that for large-size single-particle inclusion, cracks initiate from the interior under the fatigue loading.sp.info Investigations on the stress corrosion cracking initiation difference of crack initiation behavior between 316LN-drilled and 316LN-honed specimens. The drilled specimen showed higher surface hardness and more enhanced SCC initiation and short crack growth behavior than honed specimen. 1. S.E. Ziemniak, M. Hanson, sp.info Multilayered Steel - MDPIFeb 09, 2020 · materials Article Microstructure and Fracture Behavior of Special Multilayered Steel Xin Zhou 1, XiaoKang Zhao 1, Rui Cao 1,*, RuiHua Zhang 2, Yun Ding 1 and XiaoBo Zhang 1 1 State Key Laboratory of Advanced Processing and Recycling of Non-ferrous Metal, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Lanzhou University of Technology, Lanzhou 730050, China;sp.info Fatigue Crack Initiation of 304L Stainless Steel in Aug 08, 2013 · Samples tested in a recent study were analyzed to highlight the strain rate effect (within a range 0.4%/s to 0.004%/s) at the early stage of fatigue life in PWR primary environment for a 304L stainless steel. The deleterious effect of PWR primary environment on fatigue crack initiation was observed with a quantitative microscopic approach.


			Corner Crack Effect on the Seismic Behavior of Steel Plate

Corner Crack Effect on the Seismic Behavior of Steel Plate

Although, experimental studies have reported fracture at the corner of Steel Plate Shear Walls (SPSW), no study has been performed to investigate the crack effect, yet. Therefore, in this paper, the effect of crack at the corner of SPSWs on the seismic behavior of the system was investigated. Two probable cracks, that have been studies at the corner of SPSWs utilizing extended Finite Element sp.info Fatigue Crack Initiation and Growth in Stainless Steel Jul 09, 2010 · Crack initiation and growth were monitored using a dye penetrant technique, applied to the pipe inner and outer surfaces, together with destructive examination. Crack initiation predictions were made using fatigue data derived from mechanical sp.info Investigation into the Fatigue Strength of Fillet Welded tiation stage. The preferred sites for crack initiation at the weld root or the weld toe were determined by using the finite element method. The experimental pro­ gram, including 120 fatigue tests, was conducted on 10 mm and 30 mm thick E-36-4 steel plates welded with gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) processes.sp.info (PDF) Fatigue Damage Behavior Depending on the Bonding This difference in fatigue damage behavior was discussed in terms of elastic displacement field propagated by wave into the films from the base subjected to cyclic deformation [7]. Besides, there was a significant difference in crack propagation behavior of the films between resin and diffusion bonded to base metals as shown in Fig 4.


			OPEN ACCESS Related content Fatigue behavior of

OPEN ACCESS Related content Fatigue behavior of

Fatigue behavior of ultrafine grained medium Carbon steel processed by severe plastic deformation C Ruffing1 , Yu Ivanisenko2 and E Kerscher1 1 Working Group of Materials Testing, University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany 2 Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany E-mail:[email protected] Cleavage Crack Propagation and Arrest in a Nuclear Aug 08, 2013 · Branching cracks appear for the highest critical loadings at initiation, that increase the elastic stored energy and the effect of plasticity. The elastic-viscoplastic behavior of the ferritic steel was studied up to a strain rate of 10 4 s −1 and taken into account in the numerical simulations. The eXtended Finite Element Method (X-FEM) was sp.info