Tensile and Creep Testing of Sanicro 25 Using Miniature Specimens
AbstractTensile and creep properties of new austenitic steel Sanicro 25 at room temperature and operating temperature 700 °C were investigated by testing on miniature specimens. The results were correlated with testing on conventional specimens. Very good agreement of results was obtained, namely in yield and ultimate strength, as well as short-term creep properties. Although the creep rupture time was found to be systematically shorter and creep ductility lower in the miniature test, the minimum creep rates were comparable. The analysis of the fracture surfaces revealed similar ductile fracture morphology for both specimen geometries. One exception was found in a small area near the miniature specimen edge that was cut by electro discharge machining, where an influence of the steel fracture behavior at elevated temperature was identified. View Full-Text
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Dymáček, P.; Jarý, M.; Dobeš, F.; Kloc, L. Tensile and Creep Testing of Sanicro 25 Using Miniature Specimens. Materials 2018, 11, 142.
Dymáček P, Jarý M, Dobeš F, Kloc L. Tensile and Creep Testing of Sanicro 25 Using Miniature Specimens. Materials. 2018; 11(1):142.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dymáček, Petr; Jarý, Milan; Dobeš, Ferdinand; Kloc, Luboš. 2018. "Tensile and Creep Testing of Sanicro 25 Using Miniature Specimens." Materials 11, no. 1: 142.