Search for dissertations about: "high-temperature low-cycle fatigue"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 18 swedish dissertations containing the words high-temperature low-cycle fatigue.

  1. 1. Oxidation, Creep and Fatigue Synergies in Cast Materials for Exhaust Manifolds

    Author : Shengmei Xiang; Joakim Odqvist; Baohua Zhu; Stefan Jonsson; Johan Ahlström; KTH; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Fatigue; low-cycle fatigue; fatigue in an inert atmosphere; fatigue in a synthetic diesel exhaust atmosphere; corrosion-fatigue; creep-fatigue; high-temperature corrosion; high-temperature fatigue; synergistic effect; corrosion-fatigue synergy; creep-fatigue synergy; high-temperature alloys; fatigue damage; creep-fatigue damage; corrosion-fatigue damage; ductile cast iron; high-alloyed austenitic cast steel; thermal cycling; precipitation; aging.; Teknisk materialvetenskap; Materials Science and Engineering;

    Abstract : The future development of engines of heavy-duty vehicles towards reduced CO2 emission will increase the exhaust gas temperature and render the exhaust atmosphere more corrosive. The current service material of exhaust gas components - a ferritic ductile cast iron called SiMo51 - will soon meet its upper-temperature limit. READ MORE

  2. 2. High-Temperature Corrosion-Fatigue of Cast Alloys for Exhaust Manifolds

    Author : Shengmei Xiang; Joakim Odqvist; Baohua Zhu; Johan Ahlström; KTH; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; High temperature; corrosion fatigue; low-cycle fatigue; cast alloys; high-temperature oxidation; intermetallic phase; Teknisk materialvetenskap; Materials Science and Engineering;

    Abstract : The introduction of gas-driven Otto engine and the corresponding usage of bio-fuels in heavy-duty engines will render the exhaust atmosphere more corrosive and bring a higher working temperature to exhaust manifolds. The current service material, a ferritic ductile cast iron called SiMo51, will soon meet its upper temperature limit set by the ferrite-austenite transformation at 860ºC. READ MORE

  3. 3. Oxidation and corrosion fatigue aspects of cast exhaust manifolds

    Author : Madeleine Ekström; Stefan Jonsson; Ulf Olofsson; Babette Tonn; KTH; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; cast exhaust manifolds; high-temperature corrosion; high-temperature low-cycle fatigue; high-temperature corrosion fatigue; ductile cast irons; cast stainless steel; Materials Science and Engineering; Teknisk materialvetenskap;

    Abstract : Emission regulations for heavy-duty diesel engines are becoming increasingly restrictive to limit the environmental impacts of exhaust gases and particles. Increasing the specific power output of diesel engines would improve fuel efficiency and greatly reduce emissions, but these changes could lead to increased exhaust gas temperature, increasing demands on the exhaust manifold material. READ MORE

  4. 4. High-Temperature Durability Prediction of Ferritic-Martensitic Steel

    Author : Ahmed Azeez; Robert Eriksson; Kjell Simonsson; Daniel Leidermark; Christer Persson; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Ferritic-martensitic steel; Low cycle fatigue; Thermomechanical fatigue; Crack propagation; Fracture mechanics; Finite element modelling;

    Abstract : Materials used for high-temperature steam turbine sections are generally subjected to harsh environments with temperatures up to 625 °C. The superior creep resistance of 9–12 % Cr ferritic-martensitic steels makes them desirable for those critical steam turbine components. READ MORE

  5. 5. High temperature performance of materials for future power plants

    Author : Junjing He; Pavel Korzhavyi; Rolf Sandström; Stefano Spigarelli; KTH; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Austenitic stainless steels; Nickel based superalloys; Low cycle fatigue; Creep-fatigue; Creep cavitation; Grain boundary sliding; Cavity nucleation; Cavity growth; Creep rupture strength; Advanced ultra-supercritical power plants.; Teknisk materialvetenskap; Materials Science and Engineering;

    Abstract : Increasing energy demand leads to two crucial problems for the whole society. One is the economic cost and the other is the pollution of the environment, especially CO2 emissions. Despite efforts to adopt renewable energy sources, fossil fuels will continue to dominate. READ MORE