STP Published: 1993

Slow Strain Rate Testing for the Evaluation of Environmentally Induced Cracking: Research and Engineering Applications

Editor(s): R. D. Kane

Highlights some of the new directions in testing for environmentally induced cracking using a variety of slow strain rate techniques.

19 papers written by researchers from industry, government agencies, and universities worldwide address:

• Development and application of slow strain rate testing techniques

• Uses of slow strain rate SCC testing to control or monitor industrial processes: applications in nuclear power

• Research applications and developments in slow strain rate testing techniques

• Industrial applications of slow strain rate testing to evaluate the environmentally induced cracking

• Use of slow strain rate testing for qualification of SCC resistance of corrosion resistant alloys: case histories in petroleum production.

Papers describe both fundamental research studies and more practical applications

Table of Contents

RD Kane

RN Parkins

JA Beavers, GH Koch

RD Kane, SM Wilhelm

ME Indig

MT Miglin, BP Miglin

P Dewes, D Alter, F Garzarolli, R Hahn, JL Nelson

J Toribio

MG Vassilaros, RL Juers, ME Natishan, AK Vasudevan

W Dietzel, K-H Schwalbe

DT Nguyen, DE Nichols, RD Daniels

DA Meyn, PS Pao

KL Baumert, WR Watkins

RD Kane, D Wu, SM Wilhelm

JJ Krupowicz

PA Klein, RA Hays, PJ Moran, JR Scully

HS Ahluwalia

A Ikeda, M Ueda, H Okamoto

SM Wilhelm, DM Currie

EL Hibner

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Developed by Committee: G01
Pages: 304
DOI: 10.1520/STP1210-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5254-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1870-6