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Modeling the Effects of Damage and Microstructural Evolution on the Creep Behavior of Engineering Alloys

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M. McLean, B. F. Dyson

Department of Materials, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BP, UK

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 122(3), 273-278 (Feb 23, 2000) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.482798 History: Received October 15, 1999; Revised February 23, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Illustrating the similarity in the shapes of creep curves of disparate commercial alloys
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Demonstrating that tension/compression asymmetries can vary significantly between alloy systems
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Lifetimes of “new” and service-exposed 1Cr1/2Mo steels at 550°C: data and predictions (Ref. 8)
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Demonstrating the benign effect of prior thermal aging on the creep response of a commercial precipitation-hardened alloy, IN738LC (Ref. 9)
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Demonstrating the creep softening effect of prior plastic deformation. (a) Nimonic 80A at 154MPa/750°C; (b) aluminum alloy 2056 at 250MPa/175°C.
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Demonstrating the effect of prior plastic prestrain at room temperature on the creep response of a commercial solid solution alloy, Nimonic 75 (Ref. 13)
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Comparison between model predictions incorporating single and multiple damage mechanisms and strain rate data from a 12% Cr steel
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Comparison of lifetime predictions under two-step loading, using “strain hardening” and CDM methods. (a) 170 MPa to 250 MPa; (b) 250 to 170 MPa.

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