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(PDF) Fatigue crack propagation in dual-phase steels

Fatigue Crack Propagation in Dual-Phase Steels" Effects of Ferritic-Martensitic Microstructures on Crack Path Morphology V.B. DUTTA, S. SURESH, and R.O. RITCHIE Characteristics of fatigue crack propagation in dual-phase steels have been investigated in a high purity Fe-2Si-0.1C steel with the objective of developing ferritic-martensitic microstructures with maximum resistance to fatigue crack

(PDF) Thermomechanical fatigue behaviour of ferritic

Taira, S.:Relationship between thermal fatigue and K44X is a cost effective solution for high temperature low-cycle fatigue at elevated temperature, Fatigue at applications because of its really good thermal fatigue elevated Temperatures, ASTMSTP 520, ASTM, behavior due to its lower thermal expansion coefficient (1973) and its oxidation Damage Mechanisms of Stainless Steels under Thermal FatigueApr 01, 2014 · This test is well suited to perform a study of damage mechanisms and to compare stainless steel grades. Examination of the failed specimens indicated that cracks could be mainly attributed to out-of-phase (OP) thermal fatigue process especially in case of ferritic grades.


Effect of W addition on the low cycle fatigue behavior of high Cr ferritic steels 303 JoonSik Park and ChongSoo Lee Study of factors influencing low cycle fatigue of polycrystalline copper 309 M. N. Bassim and H. Gepken Low cycle fatigue properties of austenitic stainless steels 315 Jian Ding, Shin-ichi Nishida and Nobusuke Hattori Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Ferritic and Austenitic Sep 20, 2014 · Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Ferritic and Austenitic Steels at Elevated Temperatures including the FCG parameters. Another important aspect in deciding the FCG behavior is the crack closure behavior, the mechanisms of which may vary with temperature. The paper will summarize the results of the above studies. Author Information:Nani

Fatigue Crack Growth for Ferritic Steel Under Negative

Apr 16, 2020 · Fatigue crack growth tests using ferritic steel specimens were performed in air environment at room and high temperatures. From the crack closures obtained by the tests, it was found a new boundary which is smaller than the definition given by the Appendix A-4300. Fatigue limit prediction of ferritic-pearlitic ductile The mechanical behavior of ductile cast iron is governed by graphite particles and casting defects in the microstructures, which can significantly decrease the fatigue strength. In our previous study, the fatigue limit of ferritic-pearlitic ductile cast iron specimens with small defects could successfully be predicted based on the parameter

Fatiguecreep behavior of two ferritic stainless steels in

Nov 25, 2019 · Obviously, it is crucial to understand the interaction mechanism among fatigue damage, creep damage and oxidation damage. In the present study, 15CrNbTi and 15Cr0.5MoNbTi ferritic stainless steels are chosen to investigate the fatiguecreep behavior in the simulated exhaust atmosphere and in argon at 800 °C. Influence of Gaseous Hydrogen on Fatigue Behavior of This work studies the fatigue behavior of ferritic stainless steel 1.4005IA optimized for electromagnetic properties under varying environmental conditions. Fatigue-life of air-tested specimens are compared to specimens which are electrochemically hydrogen precharged and loaded in a pressurized gaseous hydrogen atmosphere.

Influence of Prior Fatigue Cycling on Creep Behavior of

Jun 01, 2014 · Creep tests were carried out at 823 K (550 °C) and 210 MPa on Reduced Activation Ferritic-Martensitic (RAFM) steel which was subjected to different extents of prior fatigue exposure at 823 K at a strain amplitude of ±0.6 pct to assess the effect of prior fatigue exposure on creep behavior. Extensive cyclic softening that characterized the fatigue damage was found to be immensely Intergranular Fatigue Crack Initiation and Its Associated The fatigue crack initiation and propagation behavior of a water-quenched binary FeC fully ferritic steel was investigated though rotating-bending fatigue testing. Intergranular and transgranular crack initiation and propagation were observed.

Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior of 429EM Ferritic Stainless

Abstract:In recent, ferritic stainless steels are widely used in high temperature structure because of their high resistance in thermal fatigue and low prices. Tensile and low cycle fatigue (LCF) tests on 429EM stainless steel were performed at several temperatures from room temperature to 600°C. Elastic modulus, yield stress and ultimate tensile strength (UTS) decreased with increasing temperature. Low Cycle Fatigue and Elasto-Plastic Behaviour of MaterialsHigh temperature fatigue behaviour of X20CrMoV121 and X1 OCrMoVNb91 57 D. ROTTGER, D. EIFLER Anomalous cyclic behaviour of ferritic stainless steels 63 A. F. ARMAS, M. AVALOS, J. MALARRIA, I. ALVAREZ-ARMAS, C. PETERSEN Low cycle fatigue of stainless steels:a comparative study 69 A. ABEL, D. FLETCHES, M. D. GRAHAM

Overview of Fatigue Crack Initiation in Carbon and Low

Feb 01, 1999 · The material and loading parameters that influence fatigue life in LWR environments are defined. Statistical models have been developed to estimate the fatigue lives of these steels in LWR environments, and design fatigue curves have been developed for carbon and low-alloy steel components in LWR environments. The Role of Microstructure in Fatigue Crack Initiation and Keywords:Ferritic-martensitic steel, LCF, microstructure, microcrack nucleation 1. Introduction Previous low-cycle fatigue studies on 9-12Cr ferritic-martensitic steels showed that cyclic softening occurs due to microstructural instability over a wide range of temperatures [1-5]. This effect could become a

The effect of martensite content on the fatigue behaviour

The work reported here results from a study on the effect of martensite content on the high cycle fatigue performance in which possible correlations between the quasi-static and fatigue properties have been sought. Commercial grade SAE 5115 carburizing steel was used in this study The influence of Cr and Ni on the high-temperature low Thus, in the present study, the effects on mechanical properties of adding Cr and Ni to SiMo51 has been investigated with focus on low-cycle fatigue behavior in air, at temperatures up to 700°C. Both additions improve fatigue life but reduce elongation.

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Characterization and Modeling of the Fatigue Behavior of 304L Stainless Steel Using the MultiStage Fatigue (MSF) Model. Jump to:navigation, search. You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason:The action you have requested is limited to users in the group:Users.Fatigue behavior of ferriticpearliticbainitic steel in Jun 01, 2012 · Fatigue behavior of ferriticpearliticbainitic steel has been studied in symmetric strain-controlled and stress-controlled regime . Due to different content of ferritepearlite and bainite in individual specimens appreciable scatter in Wöhler curve and in cyclic stressstrain curve from the stress controlled tests has been found.

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