Understanding and predicting material degradation: presented at the 2000 ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference, Seattle, Washington, July 23-27, 2000
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 187 pages
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alloy analysis applied ASTM austenitic axial base metal behavior carbide cavities Code composition constant corrosion fatigue Cr-Mo crack length crack propagation crack tip creep damage creep rupture creep-crack-growth creep-fatigue CTOD cyclic Degradation ASME 2000 ductility effect elastic equation evaluate experimental FASTIG fatigue crack growth fatigue test Figure fracture mechanics fracture toughness fuzzy grain boundaries grain region hydrogen hydroprocessing reactors interaction intercritical HAZ J-R curve Jaske loading conditions low cycle matrix maximum mean stress mechanical properties membership functions method microstructure miniature specimens multiaxial number of cycles obtained parameter pipe plastic strain plate Predicting Material Degradation Pressure Vessel PVP-Vol PWHT range ratio room temperature sample shear shielding gas shown in Fig simulated HAZ SQV2A stainless steel steel-making practices strain rate stress amplitude stress corrosion cracking stress intensity factor Table temper embrittlement tensile strength test specimen thickness values vanadium weld joint weld metal weldment yield strength