An investigation of fracture toughness, fatigue-crack growth, sustained-load flaw growth, and impact properties of three pressure vessel steels
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1974 Annual Book A-225 Gr.B specimens A. O. Smith VMS appendix ASTM Designation Book of ASTM Charpy impact experiments Charpy impact test Compact specimen configuration crack length da/dN decreasing temperature desired load Distilled H20 Distilled Distilled water drop-weight tests dry ice elastic fracture toughness fatigue-crack fatigue-crack-growth data fatigue-crack-growth tests fracture mechanics fracture-toughness test H20 Distilled H20 impact and drop-weight impact properties ksi-in1/2 nm/cycle in/cycle Langley Research Center linear-elastic load cell LVDT Martin Marietta material fracture-toughness parameter MN/m nil-ductility temperature plastic deformation potentiometer presents the results pressure vessel steels range from room room temperature rust inhibitor show the configurations SIDE VIEW FRONT Smith VMS 5002 Specimen failed Specimen survived specimen width stress sustained-load flaw sustained-load flaw-growth test table gives temperature of VMS tensile test specimens test temperature testing machines three pressure vessel three steels U.S. Customary Units upper boundary Variation of KIe VIEW FRONT VIEW wide specimens