By T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)
"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival booklet of papers provided on the biennial CEC/ICMC meetings. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering is living during the global within the libraries of such a lot associations that behavior examine and improvement in cryogenic engineering and utilized superconductivity. The booklet contains invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored examine papers within the study parts of superconductors and structural fabrics for cryogenic purposes. all the papers released needs to (1) be awarded on the convention, (2) move the evaluation strategy, and (3) document formerly unpublished theoretical experiences, studies, or measurements of fabric houses at low temperatures."
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A. 6 mm. The flat specirnens were carefully rnachined so as to avoid introducing additional mechanical stresses during milling of the reduced section. The additional rnaterials used for the fracture toughness tests during the course of this work were the followings: 1. 20 mm thick high nitrogen Russian stainless steel plate, designated as 03Cr20Ni16Mn6N and supplied by the Paton Institute, Kiev, Ukraine. 2. 27 mm thick Incoloy 908 plate supplied by US-Home Team. 3. 30 mm thick commerciai316LN steel plate.
FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATE TEST RESULTS The base and weld material FeGR specimens were machined from e s - jacket sections in T-L and L- T orientations respectively (see Figure 1). The Fe GR tests were performed at 7 K using a helium flow cryostat and a MTS servohydraulic unit (Model 81 0) with a built in fiberscope for direct observation of the crack length; the test procedure has been detailed. 22 -t-'--1 t-= I I I I I 0 0 4 ;I 4 ... _ 316L , base ! , and Incoloy 908 base meta! FCGR data at 7 K of CS-jacket sections.
Boulder, Colorado 80303, USA ABSTRACT Tensile properties at 295, 195, 76, and 4 K were measured for eight face-centeredcubic Fe-Ni alloys, ranging from 36-wt% Ni to pure Ni. The elastic Iimit, yield and tensile strengths, and elongation to failure are reported. Results indicate that the elastic Iimit and tensile yield and ultimate strengths increase as the Fe content increases. However, the tensile elongation to failure does not appear to depend on Fe content. Deformation twins were detected in alloys ranging from Fe-36 wt % Ni to Fe-78 wt% Ni.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials by T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)