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Highlights some of the new directions in testing for environmentally induced cracking using a variety of slow strain rate techniques.
19 papers written by researchers from industry, government agencies, and universities worldwide address:
Development and application of slow strain rate testing techniques
Uses of slow strain rate SCC testing to control or monitor industrial processes: applications in nuclear power
Research applications and developments in slow strain rate testing techniques
Industrial applications of slow strain rate testing to evaluate the environmentally induced cracking
Use of slow strain rate testing for qualification of SCC resistance of corrosion resistant alloys: case histories in petroleum production.
Papers describe both fundamental research studies and more practical applications
Limitations of the Slow Strain Rate Test Technique
Beavers J., Koch G.
Status of Standardization Activities on Slow Strain Rate Testing Techniques
Kane R., Wilhelm S.
Applications of Slow Strain Rate Testing in the Nuclear Power Industry
Miglin B., Miglin M.
Measurement of the Deformability of Austenitic Stainless Steels and Nickel-Base Alloys in Light Water Reactor Cores
Alter D., Dewes P., Garzarolli F., Hahn R., Nelson J.
Environmental Slow Strain Rate J-Integral Testing of Ni-Cu Alloy K-500
Juers R., Natishan M., Vassilaros M., Vasudevan A.
Application of the Rising Displacement Test to SCC Investigations
Dietzel W., Schwalbe K.
Case Histories Using the Slow Strain Rate Test
Baumert K., Watkins W.
Hydrogen Cracking Initiation of a High-Strength Steel Weldment
Hays R., Klein P., Moran P., Scully J.
The Role of Slow Strain Rate Testing on Evaluation of Corrosion Resistant Alloys for Hostile Hot Sour Gas Production
Ikeda A., Okamoto H., Ueda M.
Relationship of Localized Corrosion and SCC in Oil and Gas Production Environments
Currie D., Wilhelm S.
Paper ID: STP1210-EB