Centre National de Recherches Métallurgiques, Liège,
Mines and Resources, Ottawa, Ontario
Pages: 12 Published: Jan 1971
The Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development (AGARD), a NATO committee, engaged in an interlaboratory study of high temperature creep testing facilities and techniques. The program utilized factorial design and analysis. Nimonic 105 was tested at 900 C by 18 volunteer laboratories. Preliminary results have permitted statistical evaluation of interlaboratory variability and of the significance of some testing and material variables which affect creep results.
creep tests, high temperature tests, creep properties, creep rupture strength, mechanical properties, nickel alloys, statistical analysis, normal density functions, analysis of variance
Paper ID: STP26902S