Srinivasan, VS and Valsan, M and Rao, KBS and Mannan, SL and Sastry, DH (1996) Low cycle fatigue behaviour of a nitrogen modified 316L stainless steel at 823 K. In: Workshop on the Phenomena of Creep, Fatigue, and Creep-Fatigue Interactions, FEB 15-17, 1995, KALPAKKAM, INDIA, pp. 489-495.Full text not available from this repository.
Strain controlled low cycle fatigue tests on solution annealed nitrogen modified 316L stainless steel have been conducted in air at 823 K to ascertain the influence of strain rate and strain amplitude. Effect of strain rate was examined from 3x10(-5) s(-1) to 3 x 10(-2) at a fixed strain amplitude of +/- 0.6%. The influence of strain amplitude was evaluated between +/- 0.25 % and +/- 1.0% at a constant strain rate of 3x10(-3) s(-1). The cyclic stress response at all testing conditions is characterized by an initial hardening followed by saturation. Serrated flow, a characteristic feature of dynamic strain ageing (DSA) was seen at strain rates lower than 3x10(-3) s(-1). Fatigue life was found to decrease with decrease in strain rate. The reduction in fatigue resistance is attributed mainly to the detrimental effects associated with DSA.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Mechanical Sciences > Materials Engineering (formerly Metallurgy)|
|Date Deposited:||03 May 2011 07:38|
|Last Modified:||03 May 2011 07:38|
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