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The Effect of a High-Temperature High-Pressure Nitrogen Environment with Carbonaceous Impurities on the Performance of Three Austenitic Alloys
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2007)
WhisperGenTM heater head components are currently machined from the austenitic stainless steel Sandvik 253MA. The inner surface of the heater heads is subjected to the working gas of the engine, which is a high-pressure, ...
Liquid Aluminium Corrosion Characteristics of Cast Iron and Steel
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2012)
Cast iron and steel alloys are commonly used for tooling and structural components in Al production, Al die-casting and the aluminizing industry due to their favourable properties including high strength, good formability ...
Power-law creep behaviour in magnesium and its alloys
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2008)
Creep is a time-dependent deformation of materials under stress at elevated temperatures. The phenomenon of creep allows materials to plastically deform gradually over time, even at stress levels below its yield point ...
High temperature creep performance of alloy 800H.
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical, 2014)
Investigations on post service material showed that Alloy 800H pigtails from methanol producer Methanex have service lives ranging from 3 to 18 years. Because of this variability in service life, Alloy 800H creep performance ...