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Measured Biaxial Residual Stress Maps in a Stainless Steel

2015-9-16  A long stainless steel (316L) plate with an eight-pass groove weld (308L filler) was used. The biaxial stress measurements follow a recently developed approach, comprising a combination of contour method and slitting measurements, with a computation to determine the effects of

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Study of lattice strain evolution during biaxial

2016-10-1  Collins et al. used in-situ synchrotron x-ray diffraction to study lattice strain and texture evolution during biaxial tensile deformation of cruciform samples made from cold rolled low carbon ferritic steel. They showed that the lattice strain evolution as a function of the azimuthal angle is highly dependent on the applied biaxial stress ratio.

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Study of lattice strain evolution during biaxial

2016-11-7  formed on 316L stainless steel cruciform samples (also used in this work) subjected to biaxial monotonic loading and strain path changes [22,23]. It was found that lattice strain evolution under monotonic equibiaxial tension is significantly different from uni-axial tension. Furthermore, the lattice strain evolution differs when

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(PDF) Study of lattice strain evolution during biaxial

Study of lattice strain evolution during biaxial deformation of stainless steel using a finite element and fast Fourier transform based multi-scale approach October 2016 Acta Materialia 118:28 43

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(PDF) Microstructure evolution of stainless steel

as the crystallographic-RGBV law after the authors of (Rauch et al., 2011)) was used to simulate the biaxial LPC response of 316L stainless steel cruciform samples.

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Mechanical response of stainless steel subjected to

2019-4-26  The model is used to understand the biaxial load path change behavior of 316L stainless steel cruciform samples. At the macroscale, a finite element approach is used to simulate the cruciform geometry and numerically predict the gauge stresses, which are difficult to obtain analytically.

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(PDF) Mechanical response of stainless steel subjected to

The model is used to understand the biaxial load path change behavior of 316L stainless steel cruciform samples. At the macroscale, a finite element approach is used to

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(PDF) Biaxial Ratcheting Response of SS 316 Steel

The hot deformation behaviour of an Ni-based austenitic stainless steel (Fe-31Ni-15Cr austenitic steel) was investigated by isothermal tensile testing at temperatures ranging from 900 -1 1008C and

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Microstructural evolution of 316L austenitic stainless

2020-5-1  Austenitic stainless steel 316L was investigated by a combination of in-situ biaxial straining and subsequently by in-situ annealing within a Carl Zeiss Sigma FEG-SEM. A Micromecha Proxima stage was used to impart biaxial strain on the sample, results were compared with macro scale testing to validate the method, and physical properties were

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Suppressed martensitic transformation under biaxial

2018-4-1  The effect of uniaxial/biaxial loading on the martensitic transformation of a low stacking fault energy, metastable austenitic stainless steel was studied by in-situ neutron diffraction on cruciform-shaped/dogbone samples.

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Measured Biaxial Residual Stress Maps in a Stainless Steel

2015-9-16  A long stainless steel (316L) plate with an eight-pass groove weld (308L filler) was used. The biaxial stress measurements follow a recently developed approach, comprising a combination of contour method and slitting measurements, with a computation to determine the effects of

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Experimental Study on Biaxial Ratcheting of SS316LN

Austenitic stainless steel (SS316) pipes are used in these experiments.The dimensions of the pipe is shown Experimental Study on Biaxial Ratcheting of SS316LN Steel Pipes Used in Fast Breeder Reactor Structures Author: S. Athmanathan, Bharath Kumar Dandu, Rao C. Lakshmana, Santhana Krishnan, R. Suresh Kumar, Chella Pandi

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Mechanical response of stainless steel subjected to

2019-4-26  path changes. The model is used to understand the biaxial load path change behavior of 316L stainless steel cruciform samples. At the macroscale, a finite element approach is used to simulate the cruciform geometry and numerically predict the gauge

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Biaxial ratcheting deformation of type 304 stainless steel

2004-9-1  The experiments are conducted using a tubular specimen of type 304 stainless steel at room temperature. The specimen was subjected to cyclic shear straining under the axial superposed stress. The experiments show that the biaxial ratcheting strain was affected by the cyclic shear strain amplitude, the shear strain rate and the superposed stress

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Design of a Biaxial Test Device to Measure Soft Tissue

2018-4-26  stainless steel mounted in a 0.95 cm thickness base of UHMWPE..56 Figure 4.13: Second prototype of the final grip design produced on a smaller scale. Biaxial testing is needed to evaluate the varying mechanical properties of fibrous soft tissue. A current gap in technology fails to effectively grip tissue so that each axis of load can

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Biaxial Ratcheting Response of SS 316 Steel Scientific.Net

Austenitic stainless steel is the principal structural material for Indian FBR. Preliminary assessment indicates that there is a need to demonstrate that the main load carrying vessel made of this material can provide sufficient safety margin against ratcheting under biaxial loading conditions.

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Phase transformation in AISI 304 stainless steel during in

2021-8-14  Phase transformation in AISI 304 stainless steel during in situ biaxial loading in SEM and with X-ray diffraction. Célia CAËR¹,*, Raphaël PESCI2 1 ENSAM Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Laboratoire d’Etude des Microstructures et de Mécanique des Matériaux (LEM3), UMR CNRS 7239, 4 rue Augustin Fresnel, 57078 Metz Cedex 3, France

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HIGH TEMPERATURE LOW CYCLE BIAXIAL FATIGUE OF

Abstract-Biaxial low cycle fatigue tests at various temperatures and strain rates were performed on 1% Cr-Mo-V steel and AISI 316 stainless steel under combined torsional and axial loads. A correlation for fatigue strength has been derived, and it is also shown that if the

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Local behavior of an AISI 304 stainless steel submitted to

2021-7-14  work. AISI 304 steel was used in this study as it is the most extensively used steel finding applications in the automotive and nuclear industries in particular. In situ experiments were performed using a miniature biaxial tensile test bench fitted in the SEM and under X-ray diffraction.

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Microstructural evolution of 316L austenitic stainless steel

2020-5-1  Abstract Austenitic stainless steel 316L was investigated by a combination of in-situ biaxial straining and subsequently by in-situ annealing within a Carl Zeiss Sigma FEG-SEM. A Micromecha Proxima stage was used to impart biaxial strain on the sample, results were compared with macro scale testing to validate the method, and physical properties were established in close correlation to macro

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Measured Biaxial Residual Stress Maps in a Stainless Steel

2015-9-16  A long stainless steel (316L) plate with an eight-pass groove weld (308L filler) was used. The biaxial stress measurements follow a recently developed approach, comprising a combination of contour method and slitting measurements, with a computation to determine the effects of

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Cyclic stress-strain data analysis under biaxial tensile

The proposed device has performed successfully and was used to study the cyclic behavior of Type-304 stainless steel subjected to various biaxial tensile stress states at room temperature and at 200°C. The data obtained from this experimental procedure have been analyzed to evaluate the effectiveness of some correlations already available for

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Biaxial Fatigue of Stainless Steel 304 under Irregular Loading

2000-1-1  Fatigue tests are performed on tubular specimens of stainless steel 304 under variable amplitude, irregular axial-torsional loading. Three parameters are chosen for correlating fatigue life: the Smith-Watson-Topper (SWT) parameter for normal fracture, Fatemi-Socie (FS), and Kandil-Brown-Miller parameters (KBM) for shear fracture.

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Design of a Biaxial Test Device to Measure Soft Tissue

2018-4-26  stainless steel mounted in a 0.95 cm thickness base of UHMWPE..56 Figure 4.13: Second prototype of the final grip design produced on a smaller scale. Biaxial testing is needed to evaluate the varying mechanical properties of fibrous soft tissue. A current gap in technology fails to effectively grip tissue so that each axis of load can

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Experimental Study of Biaxial Creep Damage for Type 304

2002-7-1  This paper studies the biaxial creep damage of type 304 stainless steel at 923 K. Biaxial tension creep tests were carried out using cruciform specimens and the effect of stress biaxiality on rupture lifetime and creep voiding was discussed. Mises equivalent stress and the equivalent stress based on crack opening displacement were a suitable

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[PDF] Mechanical response of stainless steel subjected to

Abstract We propose a multi-scale modeling approach that can simulate the microstructural and mechanical behavior of metal/alloy parts with complex geometries subjected to multi-axial load path changes. The model is used to understand the biaxial load path change behavior of 316L stainless steel cruciform samples. At the macroscale, a finite element approach is used to simulate the cruciform

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Multiaxial Fatigue Analysis of Stainless Steel Used in

This work investigates the fatigue behaviour under multiaxial loading conditions of 316 stainless steel commonly used in offshore and marine structures. Cylindrical hollow specimens were tested under uniaxial tensile stress, hoop stress and different combinations of tensile and hoop stresses. Both proportional and non-proportional loading were studied in the experiments.

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HIGH TEMPERATURE LOW CYCLE BIAXIAL FATIGUE OF

Abstract-Biaxial low cycle fatigue tests at various temperatures and strain rates were performed on 1% Cr-Mo-V steel and AISI 316 stainless steel under combined torsional and axial loads. A correlation for fatigue strength has been derived, and it is also shown that if the

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Phase transformation in AISI 304 stainless steel during in

2021-8-14  Phase transformation in AISI 304 stainless steel during in situ biaxial loading in SEM and with X-ray diffraction. Célia CAËR¹,*, Raphaël PESCI2 1 ENSAM Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Laboratoire d’Etude des Microstructures et de Mécanique des Matériaux (LEM3), UMR CNRS 7239, 4 rue Augustin Fresnel, 57078 Metz Cedex 3, France

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Seminar of Dr. Manas Upadhyay from the “Ecole

2019-6-4  Micromechanical response during biaxial load path changes of stainless steel: insitu neutron diffraction and multi-scale modeling. Manas V. Upadhyay1,*, J. Capek2, Anirban Patra3, Wei Wen4, Tobias Panzner2, Steven van Petegem5, Carlos N. Tomé4, Ricardo A. Lebensohn6, Helena van Swygenhoven5,7

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