Volume 6, Issue 4, July 2017, Page: 178-189
Effect of Cold Working on Creep Rupture Strength of Alloy617
Yoshiki Shioda, Research Laboratory, Materials Department, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
Kyohei Nomura, Research Laboratory, Materials Department, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
Keiji Kubushiro, Research Laboratory, Materials Department, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
Yoshinori Murata, Department of Materials, Physics and Energy Engineering, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
Received: May 26, 2017;       Accepted: Jun. 8, 2017;       Published: Jun. 29, 2017
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijmsa.20170604.13      View  2456      Downloads  100
Abstract
The effect of cold working on the creep rupture strength of Alloy617 was investigated. The creep rupture tests were conducted at temperatures of 700 to 800°C, under stresses from 100 to 350 MPa. At high stress conditions, the creep rupture time of the non-pre-strained samples are similar to those of the pre-strained samples. On the other hand, at low stress conditions, the creep rupture time of the pre-strained samples are longer than those of the non-pre-strained samples. The amount of precipitates near the grain boundaries in the pre-strained sample is higher than that in the non-pre-strained sample. Weak regions such as PFZ and recrystallization grains in the non-pre-strained sample are formed in the early stage of creep compared to the pre-strained sample. At low stress conditions, the precipitates near the grain boundaries in the pre-strained sample play an effective role to pin the grain boundaries and they delay the formation of the weak regions resulting in extension to the creep rupture time.
Keywords
A-USC, Alloy617, Pre-strain, Cold Working, Creep Strength, Microstructure
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Yoshiki Shioda, Kyohei Nomura, Keiji Kubushiro, Yoshinori Murata, Effect of Cold Working on Creep Rupture Strength of Alloy617, International Journal of Materials Science and Applications. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2017, pp. 178-189. doi: 10.11648/j.ijmsa.20170604.13
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