STP579

    Properties of Materials for Liquefied Natural Gas Tankage

    Kaufman JG
    Published: 1975


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    The symposium on Properties of Materials for Liquefied Natural Gas Tankage was presented at May Committee Week of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in, 21-22 May 1974. The American Society for Testing and Materials, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Metal Properties Council Joint Committee on Effect of Temperature on the Properties of Metals, Low Temperature Panel, sponsored the symposium. J. G. Kaufman, Aluminum Company of America, presided as symposium chairman.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Kaufman J.

    Discussion

    Materials and Liquefied Natural Gas
    Weiss M.

    Significance of Defects in Liquefied Natural Gas Tanks in Ships
    Förli O., Solli O., Tenge P.

    Crack Growth and Fracture of Thick 5083-0 Plate Under Liquefied natural Gas Ship Spectrum Loading
    Kelsey R., Tenge P., Wygonik R.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Rate of Thick 5083-O Plate at Room and Low Temperatures
    Person N., Wolfer G.

    Fatigue Crack Growth and Fracture Toughness of 5083-0 Aluminum Alloy
    Argy G., Paris P., Shaw F.

    Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Properties of 5083-0 Plate and 5183 Welds for Liquefied Natural Gas Applications
    Kaufman J., Kelsey R.

    Strength and Fracture of 5083-0 Aluminum Weldments
    Ashton R., Zinkham R.

    Toughness Variations Through the Thickness of Thick 5083-0 Aluminum Alloy Plate
    Lake R.

    Design Stresses for Aluminum Alloy 5083-0 and 5183 Welds at Cryogenic Temperatures
    Bogardus K., Malcolm R.

    Studies on Nine Percent Nickel Steel for Liquefied Natural Gas Carriers
    Matsumae H., Sakai T., Takashima H., Tanaka K., Yajima H.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Studies of Partial Thickness Cracks in ASTM Method A 645-74, Five Percent Nickel Steel
    Feddersen C., McCabe D., Sarno D.

    Low Temperature Fracture Behavior of Iron-Nickel Alloy Steels
    Durcholz R., Mikesell R., Reed R., Tobler R.

    Strength and Fracture Toughness of Nickel Containing Steels
    Buchan J., Firth K., Haynes A., Hollox G.

    Newly Developed Welding Material for Liquefied Natural Gas Application
    Horii Y., Nakano T., Nishi T., Saito S.

    Cryogenic Toughness Through Microstructure Control in an Iron-Nickel-Titanium Alloy
    Jin S., Morris J., Whitaker B., Zackay V.

    Cryogenic Properties of Iron-Manganese and Iron-Manganese-Chromium Alloys
    Morris J., Parker E., Schanfein M., Yokota M., Zackay V.

    Strain-Cycling Fatigue Behavior of Ten Structural Metals Tested in Liquid Helium, Liquid Nitrogen, and Ambient Air
    Nachtigall A.

    Low Temperature Elastic Properties of Aluminum 5083-0 and Four Ferritic Nickel Steels
    Ledbetter H., Naimon E., Weston W.

    General Discussion on the Toughness of Nine Percent Nickel Steel
    Omsén A.


    Committee: E50

    Paper ID: STP579-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP579-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4659-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0538-6

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