Atlas of Stress-Corrosion and Corrosion Fatigue Curves by A. J. McEvily

By A. J. McEvily

This Atlas was once constructed to serve engineers and researchers who're trying to find rigidity corrosion cracking information and/ or corrosion fatigue facts on specific steel alloys. long ago, step one to finding this knowledge used to be a dear and time eating seek during the technical literature. Now, some of the very important and regularly referenced curves are offered jointly during this quantity. The curves are prepared by way of usual alloy designations and followed via a textual clarification of try out techniques and interpretation of effects. In each one case the person curve is referenced to the unique resource. the key alloy teams lined during this ebook contain aluminum, copper, nickel, titanium, and different nonferrous alloys. significant sections are dedicated to carbon, alloy, stainless and strain vessel steels, in addition to to superalloys. The impression of variables, similar to grain dimension, cooling price, rigidity depth, and temperature, are offered, in addition to a variety of environments.
Content:
• entrance subject
• Preface
• desk of Contents
normal advent
•Part I. Ferrous Alloys
1. Carbon Steels
2. Alloy Steels
three. Maraging Steels
•Part II. Stainless Steels
four. Stainless Steels
•Part III. Aluminum Alloys
five. Aluminum Alloys
•Part IV. Copper Alloys
6. Copper Alloys
•Part V. Nickel-Base Alloys
7. Nickel-Base Alloys
•Part VI. Titanium Alloys
eight. Titanium Alloys
•Part VII. Others Mg, Ta, W, U, Zn, Zr
nine. Magnesium, Tantalum, Tungsten, Uranium, Zinc, Zirconium

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I ! 225 ~175 h ~ ~ Cl. 4% carbon steel as a function of hydrogen content. Specimen initially charged cathodically, baked at 150 °C for varying times to reduce hydrogen content. H. G. R. Troiano, Hydrogen, Crack Initiation and Delayed Failure in Steel, Trans. Met. Soc. AIME, 212, p 528-536, 1958. a < . 010 ln. • SeiJIIIater + Zn Electrode o 6J Boric Acid o Distilled Water o Humid Air 8 "Accelerated" Tests ~ 2s. Rising load Technique + 50 pslg H 0 ~ tl ,;'"' 0

Rn 1000 (I)" ~ ~ 0... 2% offset yield strength, ksi 50 BO 0... ~ 100 '\~ ~" ~ 40 35 0 ,z"'"' '\ 30 130 140 ""' 40 550 600 650 " 700 ~·v; "-.. 0 '\ 25 20 500 120 110 ~~ 45 ~rn 90 ........... 2% offset yield strength, MPa (b) Effect of a HzS environment on the critical stress, Sc, and KJscc of molybdenum-niobium modified 4135 steel. The data in (a) were obtained by using three-point bend specimens by determinmg the critical stress for cracking. The data in (b) were obtained by using wedge-loaded double cantilever beam specimens.

It was proposed that the specific chemistry of the grain boundaries allows different passivity between the bulk alloy and the boundaries and that the role of mechanical strain is to continuously rupture the passive film at the crack tip. A. J. Duquette, Environmental Considerations in the Stress Corrosion Cracking of Mild Steel in Carbonate Solutions, in Critical Issues in Reducing the Corrosion of Steels, H. Leidheiser, Jr. and S. , National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Houston, 1986, p 3-16.

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