Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Title: Small punch tensile/fracture test data for 2.25 Cr 1Mo V mod material at 25 °C and a displacement rate of .003 mm/s (sixteenth repeat test)

Description

Data collection created in the scope of a programme designed to evaluate the reliability of the Small Punch (SP) testing method as an alternative mechanical test technique for evaluation of the residual life and integrity assessment of components in ageing plants. Tests were performed on the low alloy - 2¼Cr 1Mo V modified ferritic steel, widely selected for construction of high temperature components in petrochemical plants. The technique was shown to facilitate determination of both creep and tensile properties of materials. However, special attention was directed to the potential of the SP creep testing technique for assessing the deterioration of material due to hydrogen attack and thermal ageing, in comparison with conventional uniaxial creep methods.

Contributors
Roger Christopher Hurst
Paolo Castello paolo.castello@ec.europa.eu
Frederik Harskamp frederik.harskamp@ec.europa.eu
Franco Di Persio franco.di-persio@ec.europa.eu
How to cite
Hurst, Roger Christopher; Castello, Paolo; Harskamp, Frederik; Di Persio, Franco (2016):  Small punch tensile/fracture test data for 2.25 Cr 1Mo V mod material at 25 °C and a displacement rate of .003 mm/s (sixteenth repeat test). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] doi:10.5290/1000000110053 PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-odin-1000000110053
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Additional information
Last modified 2016-02-26
Issue date 2016
Landing page https://doi.org/10.5290/1000000110053
Geographic area European Union
Language English
Data theme(s) Energy; Science and technology
EuroVoc domain(s) 36 SCIENCE; 64 PRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH; 66 ENERGY
Identifier http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-odin-1000000110053
Digital Object Identifier doi:10.5290/1000000110053

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