Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN

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Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN

Jul 03,2020 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behaviors of 316LN stainless steel at various equivalent shear strain amplitudes (0.6%,0.8%,1.0%,1.2%) were investigated.A prolonged secondary hardening occurring exclusively at the strain amplitude of 0.6% was ascribed to the dominance of a planar slip mode in plastic deformation.Torsional and Bending Properties of V Taper 2H,ProTaper Torsional fatigue resistance was evaluated alone without the influence of flexural fatigue by the application of torsional stress to the file while it was straight.The tip (3 mm) of each file was inserted into a composite resin block (G-aenial Universal Flo,A2 shade; GC,Torsional Behavior of WaveOne Gold Endodontic File with Representative superimposed plot acquired from the repetitive (dotted line) and single continuous rotation (solid line) torsional test for (a) WO and (b) WOG.Arrows indicate the TLP from the (a) repetitive and (b) continuous rotation torsional test.A typical strip chart for (c) WO and (d) WOG showed that single continuous rotation to 150-degree and returning to original position result in

Thermomechanical fatigue properties and microstructural

2 days ago Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;In-phase (IP) and out-of-phase (OP) thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) tests are carried out to investigate the cyclic deformation behavior,microstructural damage and cracking behavior of 316LN stainless steel.The result shows that dynamic strain aging (DSA) and oxidation are the two principal deformation and damage mechanisms.Thermomechanical fatigue life prediction method for nickel The multiaxial thermomechanical fatigue properties for nickel-based superalloy GH4169 in aeroengine turbine discs are investigated in this paper.Four types of axialtorsional thermomechanical fatigue experiments were performed to identify the cyclic deformation behavior and the damage mechanism.Thermomechanical fatigue behavior of nitrogen enhanced Oct 01,2017 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;Thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) behavior of nitrogen enhanced 316LN stainless steel (with 0.14 wt.% N) is investigated under in-phase (IP) and out-of-phase (OP) conditions at cyclic strain amplitudes of Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#177;0.25 to Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#177;0.8% and with a temperature interval of 623873 K.

Thermomechanical and bithermal fatigue behavior of cast

@article{osti_5738117,title = {Thermomechanical and bithermal fatigue behavior of cast B1900 + Hf and wrought Haynes 188},author = {Halford,G R and Verrilli,M J and Kalluri,S and Ritzert,F J and Duckert,R E and Holland,F A},abstractNote = {High temperature thermomechanical and bithermal fatigue behavior was investigated for two superalloys cast nickel-base B1900+Hf and wrought cobalt Thermomechanical and Isothermal Fatigue Behavior of 316LN Thermomechanical (TMF) and isothermal (IF) fatigue behavior of 316LN stainless steel alloyed with 0.07,0.14,and 0.22 wt pct nitrogen is presented in this manuscript.In the TMF tests with temperature cycling in the range of 573 K to 873 K (300 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C to 600 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C),life decreased with increasing nitrogen content for both in-phase (IP) and out-of Thermo-Mechanical and Isothermal Low-Cycle Fatigue Thermo-Mechanical and Isothermal Low-Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Type 316L Stainless Steel in High-Temperature Water and Air. Thermomechanical fatigue properties and microstructural damage of nitrogen alloyed 316LN stainless steel.International Journal of Fatigue 138,105704.Online publication date 1-Sep-2020.

Static Recrystallization Behavior of 316LN Austenitic

The static recrystallization of 316LN austenitic stainless steel was studied by double-pass hot compression tests on a Gleeble-3500 thermomechanical simulator.The specimens were compressed at the deformation temperatures of 950,1050,1150 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C,strain rates of 0,01,0,1,1 s1,strains of 0.1,0.15,0.2,and intervals of 1100 s.The results show that the volume fraction of static Static Recrystallization Behavior of 316LN Austenitic The static recrystallization of 316LN austenitic stainless steel was studied by double-pass hot compression tests on a Gleeble-3500 thermomechanical simulator.The specimens were compressed at the deformation temperatures of 950,1050,1150 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C,strain rates of 0,01,0,1,1 s1,strains of 0.1,0.15,0.2,and intervals of 1100 s.The results show that the volume fraction of static Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextInfluence of Thermomechanical Treatment on theJul 15,2019 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;Influence of Thermomechanical Treatment on the Mechanical Behavior of Protaper Gold versus Protaper Universal (A Finite Element Study) it will be subjected to repeated cycles of compression and tensile stresses so that flexural fatigue could occur, The torsional fatigue resulted from friction between the file and the narrow canal.

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextEffect of mean stress and ratcheting strain on the low

Effect of mean stress and ratcheting strain on the low cycle fatigue behavior of a wrought 316LN stainless steel steel under in-phase thermomechanical fatigue loading torsional fatigue Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Screening Test Results of Fatigue Properties of type 316LN OSTI.GOV Technical Report Screening Test Results of Fatigue Properties of type 316LN Stainless Steel in Mercury

Ratcheting deformation behavior of 316LN stainless steel

Thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) behavior of nitrogen enhanced 316LN stainless steel (with 0.14 wt.% N) is investigated under in-phase (IP) and out-of-phase (OP) conditions at cyclic strain Ratcheting deformation behavior of 316LN stainless steel Thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) behavior of nitrogen enhanced 316LN stainless steel (with 0.14 wt.% N) is investigated under in-phase (IP) and out-of-phase (OP) conditions at cyclic strain NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)Aug 17,2013 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;The AT-TMF testing technique was used to investigate the axial-torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of a cobalt-base superalloy,Haynes 188.The maximum and minimum temperatures selected for the AT-TMF tests were 760 and 316 C,respectively.Details of the testing system,calibration of the dynamic temperature profile of the thin-walled

Microstructural stability and oxidation behavior of

Oct 28,2014 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;Haizhou Li,Hongyang Jing,Lianyong Xu,Yongdian Han,Lei Zhao,Zhengxin Tang,Bo Xiao,Yu Zhang,Fatigue behavior,microstructural evolution,and fatigue life model based on dislocation annihilation of an Fe-Ni-Cr alloy at 700 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C,International Journal ofMicrostructural evolution during the thermomechanical The Pb-rich alloy is a precipitated single phase matrix that does not evolve during thermomechanical fatigue and subsequently has a shorter lifetime.Conversely,the 40In-40Sn-20Pb solder is a two phase eutectic in which the microstructures refines during thermomechanical fatigue giving it a longer lifetime than the eutectic Sn-Pb solder.Mechanical and Metallurgical Properties of Various Nickel Nov 28,2017 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;3.1.Torsional and Cyclic Fatigue Fracture Test Results.The representative torsion test curves obtained from the torsional fracture tests are plotted in Figure 2.The EM is defined as the slope of the linear part of the torsion test curve; a lower EM indicates greater flexibility.

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Thermal fatigue testing of laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) processed AlSi7Mg alloy in presence of a quasi-static tensile load Zahra Sajedi,Riccardo Casati,Influence of Thermomechanical Treatment on theJul 15,2019 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#0183;Influence of Thermomechanical Treatment on the Mechanical Behavior of Protaper Gold versus Protaper Universal (A Finite Element Study) it will be subjected to repeated cycles of compression and tensile stresses so that flexural fatigue could occur, The torsional fatigue resulted from friction between the file and the narrow canal.Improvement of Thermomechanical Fatigue Life inFatigue tests of type 316 and 316LN stainless steel were conducted at RT and 600,0.8~1.5% strain range for low cycle fatigue (LCF),300~600,0% strain range for thermal fatigue (TF) and 300~600,2% strain range,in-phase or out-of-phase for thermomechanical fatigue (TMF).LCF,TF,and TMF lives were increased but saturation stresses were decreased with the addition of nitrogen.

Improvement of Thermomechanical Fatigue Life in

Fatigue tests of type 316 and 316LN stainless steel were conducted at RT and 600,0.8~1.5% strain range for low cycle fatigue (LCF),300~600,0% strain range for thermal fatigue (TF) and 300~600,2% strain range,in-phase or out-of-phase for thermomechanical fatigue (TMF).LCF,TF,and TMF lives were increased but saturation stresses were decreased with the addition of nitrogen.Fatigueoxidationcreep damage model under axial-torsional In addition,the proposed model is validated by various fatigue experimental results,including uniaxial thermo-mechanical fatigue,axial-torsional thermo-mechanical fatigue,and isothermal axial-torsional fatigue under proportional and non-proportional loadings.The results showed that the errors are within a factor of 2.Dr.G.V.Prasad Reddy - Google ScholarThermomechanical fatigue behavior of nitrogen enhanced 316LN stainless steel Effect of cyclic strain KL G.V.Prasad Reddy,A.Nagesha,R.Kannan,R.Sandhya International Journal of Fatigue

Cited by 8Publish Year 2017Author G.V.Prasad Reddy,A.Nagesha,R.Kannan,R.Sandhya,K.LahaZheng YIMING Master of Research Tianjin University

s Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behaviors of 316LN stainless steel at various equivalent shear strain amplitudes (0.6%,0.8%,1.0%,1.2%) were investigated.A prolonged secondary hardeningBingbing LI PhD Student PhD Tianjin University s Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behaviors of 316LN stainless steel at various equivalent shear strain amplitudes (0.6%,0.8%,1.0%,1.2%) were investigated.A prolonged secondary hardeningAuthor Bingbing Li,Yiming Zheng,Caiming Liu,Qite Li,Zhe Zhang,Xu ChenPublish Year 2020Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behaviors of 316LN stainless steel at various equivalent shear strain amplitudes (0.6%,0.8%,1.0%,1.2%) were investigated.A prolonged secondary hardening occurring exclusively at the strain amplitude of 0.6% was ascribed to the dominance of a planar slip mode in plastic deformation.

Author Bingbing Li,Yiming Zheng,Caiming Liu,Qite Li,Zhe Zhang,Xu ChenPublish Year 2020(PDF) Cyclic Deformation and Low-Cycle Fatigue for 316LN

s Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behaviors of 316LN stainless steel at various equivalent shear strain amplitudes (0.6%,0.8%,1.0%,1.2%) were investigated.An Axial Torsional,Thermomechanical Fatigue TestingThe AT-TMF testing technique was used to investigate the axial-torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of a cobalt-base superalloy,Haynes 188.The maximum and minimum temperatures selected for the AT-TMF tests were 760 and 316 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C,respectively.Details of the testing system,calibration of the dynamic temperature profile of the thin-walled An Axial Torsional,Thermomechanical Fatigue TestingThe AT-TMF testing technique was used to investigate the axial-torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of a cobalt-base superalloy,Haynes 188.The maximum and minimum temperatures selected for the AT-TMF tests were 760 and 316 Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN#176;C,respectively.Details of the testing system,calibration of the dynamic temperature profile of the thin-walled

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Effect of Creep and Oxidation on the Isothermal and Thermomechanical Fatigue Behavior of an Austenitic Stainless Steel. Fatigue Initiation Modeling of 316LN Steel Based on Nonlocal Plasticity Theory. An Assessment of Cumulative Axial and Torsional Fatigue in a Cobalt-Base Superalloy.ASTM International - Journal of ASTM International Effect of Creep and Oxidation on the Isothermal and Thermomechanical Fatigue Behavior of an Austenitic Stainless Steel. Fatigue Initiation Modeling of 316LN Steel Based on Nonlocal Plasticity Theory. An Assessment of Cumulative Axial and Torsional Fatigue in a Cobalt-Base Superalloy.A Technique for Axial/Torsional Thermomechanical Fatigue Test conditions can be selected to approximate thermomechanical-loading conditions in engines.A Technique for Axial/Torsional Thermomechanical Fatigue Testing - Tech Briefs Menu

On the origin of extraordinary cyclic strengthening

Cyclic deformation and cracking behavior of 316LN stainless steel under thermomechanical and isothermal fatigue loadings. Torsional thermomechanical fatigue behavior of 316LN stainless steel.Bingbing Li,Yi-ming Zheng,+3 authors Xu Chen; Low cycle fatigue behavior of Sanicro25 steel at room and at elevated temperature. Fatigue And Durability of Structural Materials Fatigue and Durability of Structural Materials explains how mechanical material behavior relates to the design of structural machine components.The major emphasis is on fatigue and failure behavior using engineering models that have been developed to predict,in advance of service,acceptable fatigue and other durability-related lifetimes.The book covers broad classes of materials used for Fatigue And Durability of Structural Materials Fatigue and Durability of Structural Materials explains how mechanical material behavior relates to the design of structural machine components.The major emphasis is on fatigue and failure behavior using engineering models that have been developed to predict,in advance of service,acceptable fatigue and other durability-related lifetimes.The book covers broad classes of materials used for

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