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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Failure, and a Career That is Anything But: An LMD Symposium Honoring J. Wayne Jones
Presentation Title Hold Time Low Cycle Fatigue of Ni-base Single-crystal Superalloys
Author(s) Akane Suzuki
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Akane Suzuki
Abstract Scope Compressive hold time low cycle fatigue is one of the important damage modes in Ni-based superalloy components in aircraft engines and power generation gas turbines. In this study, the hold-time LCF and crack growth mechanisms in single-crystal superalloys were investigated as functions of temperature, strain range and hold time. It was observed that different crack growth mechanisms become dominant depending on temperature and strain range. Roles of a thermally grown oxide layer and a bond coat were evaluated based on observation and modeling of crack growth behavior.
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Keywords High-Temperature Materials, Environmental Effects, Mechanical Properties


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