Published: 01 January 1979
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The construction of a facility to perform slow strain-rate stress corrosion tests by slowly increasing the pressure in a tubular specimen is described. Advantages of this bursting tube stress corrosion test are outlined and preliminary results reported.
stress corrosion cracking, strain rate, bursting, failure, ductility, high pressure, high temperature
Group leader, Corrosion, NEI, Clarke Chapman Power Engineering Ltd., Advanced Technology Division, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear,