High-temperature bending fatigue properties of oxide dispersion-strengthened platinum–rhodium alloy under high axial stress
High temperature fatigue
In this study, high-temperature bending fatigue tests were carried out using an oxide dispersion-strengthened platinum-rhodium alloy at 1400 °C with a relatively high axial stress. At a low stress amplitude, creep damage progressed throughout the cross-section of the sample due to axial stress. However, at a high stress amplitude, creep damage progressed only in the central part of the direction of thickness and fracturing originated from inside the sample. Elastic-plastic creep analysis also indicated that high tensile stress remained inside the sample due to the yielding near the surface. The fact that the life is determined by the creep due to the stress generated inside of the material is useful for life prediction.
International Journal of Fatigue
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European Structural Integrity Society
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