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    Environment-Sensitive Fracture: Evaluation and Comparison of Test Methods

    Dean SW, Pugh EN, Ugiansky GM
    Published: 1984

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    This volume provides an introduction to various test methods, a critical evaluation and comparison of many of the test techniques in use today, and an addition to the data base for a number of test method-alloy-environment systems. The reader is guided from a general treatment of the theory and practice of test methods for environment-sensitive fracture, through several classes of tests for stress-corrosion cracking, to testing for susceptibility to corrosion fatigue.

    Table of Contents



    A Critical Evaluation of Current Environment-Sensitive Fracture Test Methods

    Current Understanding of the Mechanisms of Stress Corrosion and Corrosion Fatigue

    Application of Laboratory Test Data to Engineering Design

    Interlaboratory Evaluation of KIscc Measurement Procedures for Steels: A Summary

    Influence of Precracked Specimen Configuration and Starting Stress Intensity on the Stress Corrosion Cracking of 4340 Steel

    Stress Corrosion Evaluation of Titanium Alloys Using Ductile Fracture Mechanics Technology

    Loading Mode (Mode I/Mode III) Testing for Stress Corrosion Cracking

    Studies of Stress Corrosion Crack Growth in Al-Zn-Mg Alloys by the Double Torsion Method

    A Fracture Mechanics Model for Iodine Stress Corrosion Crack Propagation in Zircaloy Tubing

    Utilizing Various Test Methods to Study the Stress Corrosion Behavior of Al-Li-Cu Alloys

    Slow-Strain-Rate Stress Corrosion Testing of Aluminum Alloys

    Slow-Strain-Rate Testing of Al 7075-T6 in Controlled Atmospheres

    Evaluating the Intergranular SCC Resistance of Sensitized Type 304 Stainless Steel in Low-Temperature Water Environments

    Effect of Material and Environmental Variables on SCC Initiation in Slow-Strain-Rate Tests on Type 304 Stainless Steel


    Application of Slow-Strain-Rate Tests to Defining the Stress for Stress Corrosion Crack Initiation in 70/30 Brass

    Evaluation of SCC Test Methods for Inconel 600 in Low-Temperature Aqueous Solutions

    An Evaluation of Environment-Enhanced Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Testing as an Accelerated Static Load Corrosion Test

    Experimental Methods for the Evaluation of Environmentally Assisted Cracking of Steel in Caustic

    Threshold-Stress Determination Using Tapered Specimens and Cyclic Stresses

    Effect of Sequential Load or Potential Changes on Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior of Steels

    Use of a Load-Pulsing Technique to Determine Stress Corrosion Crack Velocity

    Development of a Navy Standard Test Method for Fatigue Crack Growth Rates in Marine Environments

    Automated Corrosion Fatigue Crack Growth Testing in Pressurized Water Environments

    Use of a Constant ΔK Test Method in the Investigation of Fatigue Crack Growth in 288°C Water Environments

    Computer-Controlled Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Testing on Bend Bars in a Corrosive Environment

    A Low-Cost Microcomputer Data Acquisition System for Fatigue Crack Growth Testing

    Application of Ultrasonic Fatigue Testing Techniques to the Evaluation of the Corrosion-Fatigue Strength of Materials

    Effect of Water Vapor on Fatigue Crack Growth in 7475-T651 Aluminum Alloy Plate

    Corrosion Fatigue of 7000 Series Aluminum Alloys


    Committee: G01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP821-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4894-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0264-4