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Small Punch Creep

Robert Lancaster Orcid Logo, Spencer Jeffs Orcid Logo

Creep

Swansea University Authors: Robert Lancaster Orcid Logo, Spencer Jeffs Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.5772/intechopen.70375

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A thorough characterisation of the creep properties of any modern alloy designed for a structural application can be an expensive and timely process. As such, significant effort is now being placed in identifying suitable alternative characterisation techniques. The small punch creep (SPC) test is n...

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ISBN: 978-953-51-3724-5 978-953-51-3725-2
Published: InTech Open Science 2018
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description A thorough characterisation of the creep properties of any modern alloy designed for a structural application can be an expensive and timely process. As such, significant effort is now being placed in identifying suitable alternative characterisation techniques. The small punch creep (SPC) test is now widely regarded as an effective tool for ranking and establishing the creep properties of a number of critical structural materials from numerous industrial sectors. Over recent years, the SPC test has become an attractive miniaturised mechanical test method ideally suited for situations where only a limited quantity of material is available for qualification testing. Typically, the method requires only a modest amount of material and can provide key mechanical property information for highly localised regions of critical components. As such, SP creep testing offers a feasible option of determining the creep properties of novel alloy variants still at the experimental stage and the residual life of service-exposed material.
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