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Creep-rupture behavior of candidate Stirling engine iron superalloys in high-pressure hydrogen.
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|Statement||S. Bhattacharyya, W. Peterman and C. Hales.|
|Series||NASA CR -- 174705., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-174705.|
|Contributions||Lewis Research Center., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Transportation Programs., IIT Research Institute.|
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Creep-rupture behavior of candidate Stirling engine alloys after long-term aging at /sup 0/C in low-pressure hydrogen Technical Report Titran, R H Nine candidate Stirling automotive engine alloys were aged at /sup 0/C for h in low pressure hydrogen or argon to determine the resulting effects on mechanical behavior.
Bhattacharyya, S., W. Peterman, and C. Hales (c). Creep-rupture behavior of candidate Stirling engine iron superalloys in high-pressure hydrogen. Vol. II - Author: S. Bhattacharyya.
The creep-rupture behavior of nine iron-base and one cobalt-base candidate Stirling engine alloys was evaluated at to /sup 0/C in 15 MPa H/sub 2/ and air.
The test alloys included six wrought alloys for tube application (CG, N, DL, 12 RN72, INCOLOY Alloy H, and A) and four. Bhattacharyya:Creep-Rupture Behavior of Six Candidate Stirling Engine Iron-Base Superalloys in High Pressure Hydrogen, Vol.I: “Air Creep-Rupture Behavior,” NASA CR, NASA-Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH, December Google ScholarCited by: 3.
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Department of Energy. Office of Transportation Programs.; IIT Research Institute.]. The creep-rupture behavior of six candidate Stirling engine iron-base superalloys was determined in air.
The alloys tested included four wrought alloys (A, INCOLOY® Alloy H* N, and DL) and two cast alloys (CRM-6D and XF). The wrought alloys were evaluated in Cited by: 5.
Creep-rupture behavior of 6 candidate stirling engine iron-base superalloys in high pressure hydrogen. Volume 1: Air creep-rupture behavior eBook: National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA: : Kindle StoreAuthor: National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA.
Austenitic superalloys are often used in hydrogen and hydrogen-producing environments due to their good resistance to hydrogen effects.
There have been several studies on how hydrogen affects thresholds in bcc iron and steels and fcc superalloys, but very few on crack growth rates. Alloy chemistry and microstructural control to meet the demands of the automotive Stirling engine.
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