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Monotonic and low cycle fatigue behavior of an O+B2 alloy at high temperatures

Abstract : Low cycle fatigue behavior of an O+B2 alloy was evaluated at 650 °C in ambient atmosphere under fully reversed total axial strain controlled mode. Three different microstructures, namely equiaxed O plus aged B2 (fine O plates in B2 matrix), lenticular O laths plus aged B2 and a pancake composite microstructure comprising equiaxed α2, lenticular O and aged B2, were selected to study the effect of microstructure on low cycle fatigue behavior in this class of alloys. Distinct well-defined trends were observed in the cyclic stress-strain response curves depending on the microstructure. The cyclic stress response was examined in terms of softening or hardening and correlated with microstructural features and dislocation behavior. Fatigue life was analyzed in terms of standard Coffin-Manson and Basquin plots and for all microstructures a prevailing elastic strain regime was identified, with a single slope for microstructures equiaxed and composite and a double slope for lenticular O laths.
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G. Srinivasulu, P. Ghosal, N. Singh, Loic Nazé, T.K. Nandy, et al.. Monotonic and low cycle fatigue behavior of an O+B2 alloy at high temperatures. Materials Science and Engineering: A, Elsevier, 2014, 599, pp.268-278. ⟨10.1016/j.msea.2014.01.086⟩. ⟨hal-00955744⟩



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