Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Title: Small punch creep test data for P91 wm material at 600 °C and a load of 217 N

Description

The main aim of the thesis is to demonstrate the suitability of Small Punch (SP) testing for lifetime prediction of metallic materials operating at high temperatures. The lack of standardisation of this technique and doubts about the correlation of the data with that obtained from conventional creep tests, supports the need to exploit the recently launched Code of Practice for Small Punch Testing (CEN/WS 21). The present work is specifically concerned with investigating the creep behaviour of P91 steel weldments at 600 deg.C along with low-temperature fracture behaviour. Thin discs, 8 mm in diameter and 0.5 mm thick, were manufactured from different zones of a component containing a P91 welded joint: base metal (BM), service- exposed material (SE), weld metal (WM), fine-grain and coarse-grain heat affected zones (FG-HAZ & CG-HAZ). The results of SP creep tests on these disks, performed at 600 deg.C under different loads carefully following the Code of Practice, could be correlated ...

Contributors
Darina Blagoeva darina.blagoeva@ec.europa.eu
Roger Christopher Hurst
How to cite
Blagoeva, Darina; Hurst, Roger Christopher (2013):  Small punch creep test data for P91 wm material at 600 °C and a load of 217 N. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] doi:10.5290/400005 PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-odin-400005
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Last modified 2017-08-02
Issue date 2013
Landing page https://doi.org/10.5290/400005
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-400005
Digital Object Identifier doi:10.5290/400005

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