Elevated Temperature Fatigue Characterization of Transition Joint Weld Metal and Heat Affected Zone in Support of Breeder Steam Generator Development / CR. Brinkman, JP. Strizak, JF. King
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- Fatigue Testing of Weldments (1977 : Toronto, Canada)
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- 1 online resource (17 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables
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- Brinkman, CR., King, JF., Strizak, JP., American Society for Testing and Materials, and ASTM International
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- Piping systems in breeder reactor plants will require transition joint weldments between austenitic and ferritic materials. Specifically, annealed 2¿̐ưCr-1Mo steel will be welded with ERNiCr-3 using the hot wire automatic gas tungsten-arc process. These weldments may see elevated temperature service for periods of up to 30 years, and, accordingly, prototypic weldments will require extensive mechanical property characterization. It was the objective of this effort to define the strain controlled low cycle fatigue behavior of as-deposited and stress-relieved ERNiCr-3 weld metal and to develop test methods for establishing the cyclic behavior of heat-affected-zone (HAZ) material. Low cycle fatigue and cyclic stress-strain response for ERNiCr-3 were established over the temperature range of 295 to 866 K. A number of low cycle fatigue test results are reported for hourglass-shaped specimens that demonstrated that the low cycle fatigue behavior of HAZ material adjacent to the fusion line could be characterized.
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- Volume 1978, Issue 648 (January 1978)
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- 9780803147195 (e-ISBN)
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- Includes bibliographical references 7.
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