Published Online: 01 July 1974
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Results of tensile and fully reversed strain-controlled fatigue tests, conducted on three heats of Incone® 718 that had been subjected to different solution annealing and aging treatments, are presented. Tests were conducted at temperatures ranging from 22 to 650°C, with fatigue tests defining behavior over the cyclic range from 102 to 106 cycles to failure. Average best fit equations defining true stress-strain, strain-controlled fatigue, and cyclic stress-strain behavior are given for the two heat treatments characterized. Heat-to-heat variations in the elevated temperature tensile and fatigue behavior were found. Fatigue lifetime was seen to be dependent upon grain size, particularly at lower strain ranges.
research engineer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Associate scientist, Aerojet Nuclear Co., Idaho Falls, Idaho
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