The results of tensile testing involving Waspaloy indicate that the failure strain was gradually reduced at temperatures ranging between ambient and 300 °C. Further, serrations were observed in the engineering stress versus strain diagrams in the temperature range of 300-600 °C. The reduced failure strain and the formation of serrations in these temperature regimes could be the result of dynamic strain aging of this alloy. The extent of work hardening due to plastic deformation was reduced at temperatures above 300 °C. A combination of ductile and intergranular brittle failures was seen at temperatures above 600 °C. γ′ was detected at all tested temperatures.
Deformations (Mechanics); Fractography; High temperatures; Nickel alloys – Brittleness; Nickel alloys – Fatigue; Nickel alloys – Plastic properties; Strain hardening; Strains and stresses; Tensile deformation; Waspaloy; Work hardening index
Materials Science and Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Mechanics of Materials | Metallurgy
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Roy, A. K.,
Tensile Deformation of a Nickel-Base Alloy at Elevated Temperatures.
Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 17(4),