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Creep-fatique interactions; test methods and models.


Creep-fatique interactions; test methods and models.

Ed. by Ashok Saxena and Bilal Dogan.

ASTM International


378 pages



Journal of ASTM International selected technical papers; STP1539


The 17 papers in this collection originally were presented during the ASTM International Symposium on Creep-Fatigue Interactions: Test Methods and Models held in San Antonio, Texas, in November 2010. Topics include: component assessment data requirements from creep-fatigue tests, creep-fatigue behavior of creep strength in enhanced ferritic steels, modeling creep-fatigue behavior, creep crack growth under complex loading, the effects of dwell on the LCF behavior of IN617, creep-fatigue at high temperature of notched single crystal superalloys, and more. Guest editors are Saxena (U. of Arkansas) and Bilal (EPRI).

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