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Title: Work-hardening correction for stress relaxation derived creep properties
Authors: Pollock, JTA
Clissold, R
Keywords: Stress relaxation
Strain hardening
Issue Date: Jun-1981
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Pollock, J. T. A., & Clissold, R. (1981). A work-hardening correction for stress relaxation derived creep properties. (AAEC/E514). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Research Establishment.
Abstract: A work-hardening correction has been added to a previously devised method for characterising the long-term deformation properties of metals and alloys by derivation from short-term relaxation data. The usefulness of this correction has been assessed by creep and stress relaxation measurements on titanium, copper and 70/30 brass. Within defined strain limits, good agreement is obtained between derived and directly measured creep parameters. The importance of the relaxation-system spring constant in determining the extent of the agreement is discussed.
Gov't Doc #: 320
ISBN: 0642597146
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