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Comparison Between Crack Growth in Fracture Mechanics Specimens and Feature Component Tests Carried Out in a Low-Alloy Steel

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Kamran Nikbin

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College, London, SW7 2BX, UK

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 122(1), 40-44 (Jun 17, 1999) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.556147 History: Received April 06, 1999; Revised June 17, 1999
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Dimensions of the (a) cracked ring specimen, (b) CT specimen, and (c) elliptical defects in thick-walled cylinder under internal pressure
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Influence of size and temperature on creep crack growth properties of new 214 Cr 1 Mo steel
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Creep crack growth behavior of cracked ring specimens of new material 214 Cr 1 Mo steel
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Creep crack growth behavior of new 214 Cr 1 Mo steel thick-walled cylinder at 600°C compared with CT data
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Crack growth at 550°C in new 214 Cr 1 Mo steel tubes containing external circumferential and external axial cracks compared with CT data
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Crack growth at 600°C in new 214 Cr 1 Mo steel tubes containing internal circumferential and internal axial cracks under pressure loading compared with CT
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Crack growth at 600°C in new 214 Cr 1 Mo steel tubes containing internal and external circumferential cracks under tensile loading compared with CT data

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