SEDL / STP / STP128-EB
Symposium on Strength and Ductility of Metals at Elevated Temperatures: With Particular Reference to Effects of Notches and Metallurgical Changes
Table of Contents
Lubahn J., Smith G.
A Survey of Embrittlement and Notch Sensitivity of Heat Resisting Steels
Brown W., Sachs G.
Influence of Sharp Notches on the Stress-Rupture Characteristics of Several Heat-Resisting Alloys
Brown W., Jones M., Newman D.
Effect of a Notch and of Hardness on the Rupture Strength of “Discaloy”
Hann E., Hull F., Scott H.
Notch Rupture Tests of Inconel X and Nimonic 80A
Furman D., Talbot A.
Effect of Notch Geometry on Rupture Strength at Elevated Temperatures
Davis E., Manjoine M.
Investigations into the Influence of Notches on Creep Strength at High Temperatures
Theory of Time-Dependent Rupture and Interpretation of Some Stress-Rupture Data
The Effect of Grain Size Upon the Fatigue Properties at 80, 1200 and 1600 F of “Precision Cast” Alloy X-40
Recovery and Creep in an Alloy Steel
Lequear H., Lubahn J.
An Experimental Study of the Strength and Ductility of Steel at Elevated Temperatures
Effect of Sigma on Strength and Ductility of 25 Cr, 20 Ni Steel
Dulis E., Smith G.
The Structure and Properties of Stainless Steels after Exposure at Elevated Temperatures
Ketterer E., Wilder A.
Paper ID: STP128-EB
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