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Sample records for steel-x6crni1811

  1. Creep-rupture-test on the stainless steel X6crni1811 (Din 1.494.8) in the frame of the Extrapolation-Program. (Part III)

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    Solano, R.; Schirra, M.; Rivas, M. de la; Barroso, S.; Seith, B.

    1982-01-01

    The austenitic stainless steel X6crni1811 (Din 1.4948) used as a structure material for the German Fast Breeder Reactor SNR 300 was creep tested in a temperature range of 550-650 degree centigree material condition as well as welded material condition. The main point of this program (Extrapolation-Program) lies in the knowledge of the creep-rupture-strength and creep-behaviour up to 3 x 10 4 hours higher temperatures in order to extrapolated up to ≥10 5 hours for operating temperatures. In order to study the stress dependency of the minimum creep rate additional tests were carried out of 550 degree centigree - 750 degree centigree. The present report describes the state in the running program with test-times of 23.000 hours and results from tests up to 55.000 hours belonging to other parallel programs are taken into account. Besides the creep-rupture behaviour it is also made a study of ductility between 550 and 750 degree centigree. Extensive metallographic examinations have been made to study the fracture behaviour and changes in structure. (Author)

  2. Creep-rupture-test on the stainless steel X6crni1811 (Din 1.494.8) in the frame of the Extrapolation-Program. (Part III); Ensayos de fluencia lenta en el acero inoxidable X6 Cr Ni 1811 (1.4948) en el marco del Programa Extrapolacion

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    Solano, R; Schirra, M; Rivas, M de la; Barroso, S; Seith, B

    1982-07-01

    The austenitic stainless steel X6crni1811 (Din 1.4948) used as a structure material for the German Fast Breeder Reactor SNR 300 was creep tested in a temperature range of 550-650 degree centigree material condition as well as welded material condition. The main point of this program (Extrapolation-Program) lies in the knowledge of the creep-rupture-strength and creep-behaviour up to 3 x 10{sup 4} hours higher temperatures in order to extrapolated up to {>=}10{sup 5} hours for operating temperatures. In order to study the stress dependency of the minimum creep rate additional tests were carried out of 550 degree centigree - 750 degree centigree. The present report describes the state in the running program with test-times of 23.000 hours and results from tests up to 55.000 hours belonging to other parallel programs are taken into account. Besides the creep-rupture behaviour it is also made a study of ductility between 550 and 750 degree centigree. Extensive metallographic examinations have been made to study the fracture behaviour and changes in structure. (Author)

  3. Low and high cycle fatigue behaviour of steel-X6CRNI1811 (Type 304 SS) in air and flowing sodium

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    Huthmann, H.; Jenner, G.

    Strain controlled LCF-tests were performed on X6CrNi1811 steel (Type 304 SS) in air and flowing sodium in a non-isothermal sodium loop. The results measured at 550 deg. C in an upstream position of the sodium loop show an increase in fatigue life in the strain range from about 1.5% to 0.4% for the base material in the as-received condition while the welded joints remain unaffected by the environment. The LCF-behaviour of base material specimens tested at 500 deg. C in a downstream position after a prior pre-exposure to sodium (4058 h, 500 deg. C) is also improved in comparison to parallel specimens tested in air with comparable thermal aging. Load controlled HCF-tests performed on X6CrNi1811 steel at 550 deg. C show a significant increase in fatigue life in the low cycle region (Nsub(f) 6 cycles) and a higher endurance limit for the base material in sodium but no influence of the environment is indicated for the welded joints. (author)

  4. Creep-rupture-test on the stainless steel X6CRNI1811 (DIN 1.4948) in the frame of the ''Extrapolation-Program''. (Part III)

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    Solano, R.; Las Rivas, M. de; Barroso, S.

    1982-01-01

    The austenitic stainless steel X6CrNi1811 (DIN 1.4948) used as a structure material for the German Fast Breeder Reactor SNR 300 was creep tested in a temperature range of 550-650 deg under base material condition as well as welded material condition. The main point of this program (''Extrapolation-Program'') lies in the knowledge of the creep-rupture-strength and creepbehaviour up to 3 x 10 4 hours at higher temperatures in order to extrapolate up to >=10 5 hours for operating temperatures. In order to study the stress dependency of the minimum creep rate additional tests were carried out of 550 deg - 750 deg C. The present report describes the state in the running program with test-times of 23.000 hours and results from tests up to 55.000 hours belonging to other parallel programs are taken into account. Besides the creep-rupture behaviour it is also made a study of ductility between 550 and 750 deg C. Extensive metallographic examinations have been made to study the fracture behaviour and changes in structure. (author)