Published: Jan 1971
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Limited test results reported here and elsewhere suggest that frequent beam leveling may reduce observed rupture life under conditions where the specimen ductility is high. The magnitude of this effect is small compared to the influence of other factors.
creep properties, creep rupture strength, ductility, loads (forces), beams (supports), static loads, leveling, automatic control, fractures (materials), aluminum alloys, stainless steels
Technical director, Materials Technology Corp., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Paper ID: STP26906S