Comparative Analysis of Methods for Determining Cyclic Properties of Metals

Comparative Analysis of Methods for Determining Cyclic Properties of Metals

Stanisław Mroziński, Zbigniew Lis

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Abstract. The study compares several methods for determining material data required for fatigue life calculation. The test methods were compared at ambient temperature (T=20ºC) and increased temperature (T=600ºC). The results show the applicability of simplified methods for determining material data.

Low-Cycle Properties, Fatigue Life, P91 Steel X10CRMOVNB9-1

Published online 5/25/2019, 7 pages
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Citation: Stanisław Mroziński, Zbigniew Lis, Comparative Analysis of Methods for Determining Cyclic Properties of Metals, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 12, pp 139-145, 2019


The article was published as article 20 of the book Experimental Mechanics of Solids

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