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Z-phase Formation during Creep and Aging in 912% Cr

terms abruptly decreases due to microstructural degrada-tion.New phases such as Laves and Z phases appear after long-term creep exposure.14) In 912% Cr ferritic steels,the Z phase precipitates after creep exposure for about 10000h at 873K.It is assumed that the formation of the Z phase causes an abrupt decrease in the creep strength sinceThe role of Mo and W on the creep properties of 3 andthe modified 9 to 12% chromium steels is predominantly controlled by M23C6 and VN.It has been shown that both the proof stress at room temperature and the creep rupture strength at high temperatures increase,while the creep rate decreases [1,4,5] with decreasing interparticle spacing of secondary phases.2.1.2.The Role of Trace Elements in a Martensitic 12% ChromiumThe comparison of mechanical properties between a super-clean heat of a 12% chromium steel and a heat with an identical chemical analysis,but industrially produced,does not yield any definite differences. The comparisons of structures are more interesting and give better results since the study showed (1) that trace elements

Study on microstructure and mechanical properties of P92

Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation Jump to Main NavigationStudy of Creep Damage in a 10.86% Cr Heat Resistant Steel Synchrotron X-ray microtomography(SR-CT) scans have been carried out on sample coupons extracted from the fracture specimens of a 10.86% Cr heat resistant steel exposed to crep deformation at 873K over stresses of 120,150,and 180 MPa.The 3D cavitation characteristics in terms of void volume fraction,numbwer density and size distribution as a function of the applied stress has been Previous123456Next32 Post-irradiation creep rupture properties of the 12% Conclusions The results of the investigation of the postirradiation creep behaviour of stabilized and unstabilized 12% chromium martensite steels may be summarized as follows 1.The Nb-stabilized steel 1.4914 possesses the better creep rupture strength but nearly the same rupture elongation as the unstabilized 1.4923 after 5x10^ h.

On the creep fatigue and creep rupture behaviours of 9

On the creep fatigue and creep rupture behaviours of 9-12% Cr steam turbine [1,2,3].And recently,the high chromium steel in 9-12% Cr heat-resistant steel are widely used in a variety of rotors due to its excellent heat propertiesfamily , study to investigate the creep-related structural responses of rotor.Molecular dynamics simulation-based study of creep Nov 01,2020 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#0183;In the present study,molecular dynamics simulations have been performed to investigate the creepratcheting deformation behavior of nanocrystalline aluminum (NC Al) having an average grain size of ~ 8 nm.The influence of deformation temperature on creepratcheting behavior has been studied and associated with underlying mechanisms based on the structural evolution of the material identified.Microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium Jan 01,1989 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#0183;This study concentrates on the microstructural features of creep rupture in a 12% chromium ferritic steel.Since at high temperatures crystalline solids can fracture by different mechanisms at different stress levels [26],high temperature rupture has been studied for stresses of 175 and 80MPa at 923 K.Special emphasis is placed on the development of creep damage at the low

Microstructural stability of 9--12%Cr ferrite/martensite

Eggeler G,Nilsvang N,Ilschner B.Microstructural changes in a 12%Cr steel during creep.Steel Research,1987,58(2) 97103 39 Eggeler G,Earthman J C,Nilsvang N,.Microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium ferritic steel.Acta Metallurgica,1989,37(1) 4960Microstructural evolution of Super304H stainless steel Abstract.This study is aimed to explore the microstructural evolution of Super304H stainless steel during long-term creep.Creep-rupture specimens of this steel are analyzed via microhardness measurement,metallographic structure observation,X-ray diffraction,transmission electron microscopy,scanning electron microscopy,and energy-dispersive spectroscopy.Microstructural development and creep behavior in A286 The precipitation-hardened alloy A286 has been characterized as a function of ageing treatment,and the creep behavior has been studied in the temperature range of 600-700 deg.C and at 230-740 MPa.Microhardness tests of samples aged at different temperatures have been performed,and it was

Microstructural Stability During Creep Exposure of 9Cr-1Mo

A modified 9Cr-1Mo steel has been exposed to three separate austenitization temperatures,i.e.,at 950,1025,and 1100 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#176;C for normalization.After subsequent tempering at 750 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#176;C,the normalized and tempered samples were creep-tested at temperatures of 550,600,and 650 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#176;C.The creep strength of the investigated samples was evaluated in terms of minimum creep strain rate and time to rupture.Microstructural Evolution and Creep Rupture BehaviorMicrostructural Evolution and Creep Rupture Behavior of INCONEL microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromiumAlloy 740H Fusion Welds By Daniel H.Bechetti,Jr.A Thesis Presented to the Graduate and Research CommitteeMicrostructural Development and Stability in HighThis book is an outcome of the first conference in the series of specialist conferences,held at Robinson College,Cambridge in June 1996.It deals with the microstructural stability of high temperature,creep resistant,9-12% Chromium martensitic power plant steels.

Microstructural Degradation and Development of Damage

Creep-rupture properties of grade 9 and 92 steels have been examined for wide range of stresses at 873 K.Both grade 9 and 92 steels obeyed power law in the stress dependence of rupture life and exhibited two-slope behaviour with separate values of stress exponents in the low and high stress regimes.Grade 92 steel exhibited significantly higher creep-rupture strength than grade 9 steel.Microstructural Degradation and Development of Damage Abstract.Creep-rupture properties of grade 9 and 92 steels have been examined for wide range of stresses at 873 K.Both grade 9 and 92 steels obeyed power law in the stress dependence of rupture life and exhibited two-slope behaviour with separate values of stress exponents inMeasurement of creep deformation of ex-service 12% Cr Microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium ferritic steel.Article.Jan 1989 Microstructural observation shows that the carbides in the exposed pipe coarsened heavily with

Measurement of creep deformation of ex-service 12% Cr

Microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium ferritic steel.Article.Jan 1989 Microstructural observation shows that the carbides in the exposed pipe coarsened heavily with James Earthman PublicationsEggeler,J.C.Earthman,N.Nilsvang and B.Ilschner,A Microstructural Study of Creep Rupture in a 12% Cr Steel Creep Rupture Under Multiaxial Stress Conditions, Acta Metallurgica,37,1067-1077 (1989).A6.J.C.Earthman,G.Eggeler and B.Ilschner,Deformation and Damage Processes in a 12% Cr Steel under High Temperature Low-Cycle Investigation on creep behavior of welded joint of Dec 12,2014 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#0183;The creep behavior of advanced 9%Cr-1 (BM1) and advanced 9%Cr-2 (BM2) dissimilar welded joints was investigated in this paper,and also the microstructures were elaborately characterized.Based on the fitting with MATLAB,a 3-D curved surface describing the primary and steady-state creep stage was achieved.

Detection of microstructural changes of 9% Crmartensitic

Considering the abovementioned results,it seems possible to detect microstructural changes due to aging or creep of 912% chromium steels by electrochemical methods.But the assessment of the damage degree needs a reliable evaluation criterion with possibilities to define critical threshold values.Creep-damage assessment of high chromium heat resistant In the present study,the authors comparatively assess the damage of ex-service 12% Cr piping steel with varying degrees of exposure while using accelerated creep tests that employ digital image Creep Microstructural Changes in Power Plant Steels Part The steel 912% Cr is used in the normalized-and tempered or quenched-and-tempered condition,and unless otherwise stated,possesses a 100% tempered martensite microstructure (Figure 1).For these conditions,the strength of the 912% Cr steels will depend on the tempered martensite microstructure and the precipitates therein.

Creep Behaviour and Microstructural Stability of FB2

Creep Behaviour and Microstructural Stability of FB2 (CrMoCoB) Steel Trial Rotor Creep-rupture performance of 0.07C-23Cr-45Ni-6W-Ti,Nb austenitic alloy (HR6W) tubes. Creep Strength of High Chromium Steels Welded Parts under Multiaxial Stress Conditions.Yaguchi,M./ Ogata,Creep Behaviour and Microstructural Stability of FB2 Creep Behaviour and Microstructural Stability of FB2 (CrMoCoB) Steel Trial Rotor Creep-rupture performance of 0.07C-23Cr-45Ni-6W-Ti,Nb austenitic alloy (HR6W) tubes. Creep Strength of High Chromium Steels Welded Parts under Multiaxial Stress Conditions.Yaguchi,M./ Ogata,Correlation of creep strength and microstructural Oct 24,2014 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#0183;AbstractThe creep strength of martensitic 9% chromium steels is strongly coupled with the formation and interaction of different precipitate populations like MX (Nb,V)(C,N),M23C6,laves phase and modified Z-phase.Changes in microstructure can be correlated to a change in creep strength.Within this work,a boron-nitrogen balanced 9Cr3W3CoVNb steel is investigated in normalised and tempered

Cited by 18Publish Year 2016Author Fang Liu,Masoud Rashidi,Lennart Johansson,John Hald,Hans-Olof Andr microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#233;nCarbide Coarsening During Creep in 12 Percent CrMoV Steel

Carbide coarsening has been investigated in a 12 percent CrMoV steel.Studies in the gauge length (creep exposed) and in the head (stress free ageing) for both interrupted and ruptured creep specimens tested at an initial stress of 80 MPa at various temperatures andCited by 109Publish Year 1989Author G.Eggeler,J.C.Earthman,N.Nilsvang,B.IlschnerMicrostructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium Creep cavitation and rupture of a 12% Cr Mo V steel has been studied using advanced analytical techniques.By electronically superposing etched and unetched micrographs of cavitated regions,it has been possible to correlate cavity size and form to location withinCited by 109Publish Year 1989Author G.Eggeler,J.C.Earthman,N.Nilsvang,B.IlschnerMeasurement of creep deformation of ex-service 12% Cr Higher creep damage in the steel due to longer service exposure and higher void densities is revealed by shorter rupture times,faster creep rates and tertiary-dominated creep curves when compared to the lower creep damage state.Microstructural study via quantitative electron microscopy confirms the dislocation creep-driven growth of subgrains

Carbide Coarsening During Creep in 12 Percent CrMoV Steel

Carbide coarsening has been investigated in a 12 percent CrMoV steel.Studies in the gauge length (creep exposed) and in the head (stress free ageing) for both interrupted and ruptured creep specimens tested at an initial stress of 80 MPa at various temperatures andAuthor Rui Wu,Rolf SandstromPublish Year 1996Effect of Creep Stress on the Microstructure of 912% Cr This paper presents the study of creep-fatigue interaction damage and creep rupture limit for 912% Cr steam turbine rotor under coupled cyclic thermal-mechanical loadings that alter in phase Author Melody van Rooyen,Thorsten Hermann Becker,Johan Ewald Westraadt,Genev microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#233;ve MarxPublish Year 2020A new 12% chromium steel strengthened by Z-phaseA new 12% chromium steel strengthened by Z-phase precipitates Abstract In order to increase the corrosion resistance and simultaneously maintain the creep resistance of 9-12% Cr steels at 650 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#176;C,a new alloy design concept was proposed,using thermodynamically stable Z-phase (CrTaN) precipitates to strengthen the steel.A new trial Z-

Analysis of steady state creep behaviour of 912% chromium

The present work deals with the creep behaviour of 912% Cr steels in the steady state (secondary) creep regime in order to enable a more detailed and exact description of the creep rupture strength on the basis of the Monkman Grant relationship.Special attention is paid to the microstructural aspects.Advances in welded creep resistant 9-12%Cr steels (October Creep rupture studies on modified 9-12%Cr steels have been largely focused on the rupture strength of the parent steels.Much less attention has been given to the behaviour of weldments.The failure of high chromium steels in power plant components is often associated with failure in the 'type IV' region.A new methodology for analysis of creep and creep fracture Jul 18,2013 microstructural study of creep rupture in a 12% chromium#0183;(2008).A new methodology for analysis of creep and creep fracture data for 912% chromium steels.International Materials Reviews Vol.53,No.2,pp.91-104.

32 Post-irradiation creep rupture properties of the 12%

Conclusions The results of the investigation of the postirradiation creep behaviour of stabilized and unstabilized 12% chromium martensite steels may be summarized as follows 1.The Nb-stabilized steel 1.4914 possesses the better creep rupture strength but nearly the same rupture elongation as the unstabilized 1.4923 after 5x10^ h.12345NextCreep Damage Assessment of Ex-Service 12% Cr PowerThe lifetime of steam pipelines in long-term operation in coal-fired power plants are limited due to material damage that resulted from creep exposure.In the present study,the authors comparatively assess the damage of ex-service 12% Cr piping steel with varying degrees of exposure while using accelerated creep tests that employ digital image correlation (DIC) as well as microstructural

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