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Low cycle fatigue-creep interaction in advanced high temperature structural materials

Investigatordoc. RNDr. Karel Obrtlík, CSc.
Number of Project106/07/1507
AgencyGrantová agentura České republiky
Duration2006-12-31 - 2009-12-30

Anotace
The project is directed to the study of fatigue-creep interaction – the synergism of two most important degradation processes in material of machine part under service at high temperature. The main scope of the project is deeper understanding of creep strain influence on substantial parameters and stages of low cycle fatigue in advanced Ni-based superalloys (IN713LC, IN738LC and IN792-5A). Main attention will be paid to the effect of dwell periods on fatigue life, stress-strain response, strain localization and crack initiation. Detailed structure analysis will be applied to study the damage evolution of the superalloys. Solution of the project will result in deeper clarification of fatigue-creep synergism.


2010

Obrtlík K., Juliš M., Man J., Podrábský T., Polák J.: Extrusion and intrusion evolution in cyclically strained cast superalloy Inconel 738LC using confocal laser scanning microscope and AFM. J. Phys.: Conf. Series 240 (2010) 012054



2009

Obrtlík K., Petrenec M., Man J., Polák J., Hrbáček K.: Isothermal fatigue behavior of cast superalloy Inconel 792-5A at 23 and 900 °C. J. Mater. Sci. 44 (2009) 3305-3314



2007

Petrenec M., Obrtlík K., Polák J., Man J.: Effect of temperature on the low cycle fatigue of cast Inconel 792-5A. Key Eng. Mater. 345-346 (2007) 383-386