Stress Corrosion Cracking—The Slow Strain-Rate Technique

    Ugiansky GM, Payer JH
    Published: 1979

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    Those in the fields of corrosion engineering and metallurgy will find that this publication offers and introduction for those unfamiliar to the slow strain-rate technique (SSRT) for stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in metals and relevant information the application of the technique for specific alloys of chemical environments. For those familiar with the technique, a data base is provided so that the results of the slow strain-rate tests can be compared with results from other SCC tests, such as constant load tests and constant strain tests. It is organized to address from several vantage points the use of the slow strain-rate technique. A series of papers concerns the SCC process and the relationship of the SSRT to relevant phenomena. Interpretation of results is the primary topic of several papers. Other papers discuss the application of the SSRT to specific alloys or environments. In addition, several papers focus on equipment and procedures using tests.

    Table of Contents

    Payer J., Ugiansky G.

    Payer J., Ugiansky G.

    Development of Strain-Rate Testing and Its Implications
    Parkins R.

    The Role of Film Rupture During Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Cracking Testing
    Boyd W., Diegle R.

    Anodic Dissolution and Crack Growth Rate in Constant Strain-Rate Tests at Controlled Potentials
    Begley J., Hishida M., McCright R., Staehle R.

    Evaluation of Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Tests Results
    Berry W., Boyd W., Payer J.

    Slow Strain-Rate Technique: Application to Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking Studies
    Cels J., Theus G.

    A Review of the Constant Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Cracking Test
    Kim C., Wilde B.

    Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Testing of Metals in Gaseous Atmospheres at Elevated Temperatures
    Johnson C., Ugiansky G.

    Slow Strain-Rate Testing in High Temperature Water
    Devine T., Povich M., Solomon H.

    Dynamic Straining Stress Corrosion Test for Predicting Boiling Water Reactor Materials Performance
    Clarke W., Cowan R., Danko J.

    Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Testing for Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor Steam Generator Applications
    Indig M.

    Stress Corrosion Cracking Test with Slow Strain Rate and Constant Current
    Ondrejcin R.

    Application of Slow Strain-Rate Technique to Stress Corrosion Cracking of Pipeline Steel
    Berry W., Parkins R., Payer J.

    Propagation of Stress Corrosion Cracks under Constant Strain-Rate Conditions
    Scully J.

    Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Testing of Aluminum Alloys
    Gillespie E., Johnson C., Thompson D., Ugiansky G.

    Effect of Oxyanions and Chloride Ion on the Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility of Admiralty Brass in Nonammoniacal Aqueous Solutions
    Agrawal A., Kawashima A., Staehle R.

    Slow Strain-Rate Technique and Its Applications to the Environmental Stress Cracking of Nickel-Base and Cobalt-Base Alloys
    Asphahani A.

    Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility Index, ISCC, of Austenitic Stainless Steels in Constant Strain-Rate Test
    Abe S., Hosoi Y., Kojima M.

    Some Aspects of the Stress Corrosion Testing of Austenitic, Martensitic, Ferritic-Austenitic and Ferritic Types of Stainless Steel by Means of the Slow Strain-Rate Method
    Dencher R., Mom A., Schultze W., Wekken C.

    Detection of Heat Treatment Effects on Environmentally Induced Degradation of a Martensitic Stainless Steel and a Nickel-Base Alloy by the Slow Strain-Rate Method
    Suery P.

    Validity of the Slow Straining Test Method in the Stress Corrosion Cracking Research Compared with Conventional Testing Techniques
    Buhl H.

    Comparative Findings Using the Slow Strain-Rate, Constant Flow Stress, and U-Bend Stress Corrosion Cracking Techniques
    Daniels W.

    Some Comparisons of the Slow Strain-Rate Method with the Constant Strain and the Constant Load Methods of Stress Corrosion Testing
    Andrew J., Heron J., Stringer J.

    Design and Construction of an Inexpensive Multispecimen Slow Strain-Rate Machine
    Agrawal A., Nutter W., Staehle R.

    Multispecimen Test Facility for High Temperature, High Pressure Slow Strain-Rate Testing
    Lyle F., Norris E.

    Portable Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Test Device
    Abbott S., Cornet I., Hauser F., Treseder R.

    A Bursting Tube, Slow Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Test
    Poulson B.

    General Discussion—Historical Note on the Slow Strain Testing of Solder
    Treseder R.


    Committee: G01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP665-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5548-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0579-9

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