5 edition of Compendium of fracture toughness data on weldments found in the catalog.
At foot of title: Department of Energy.
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III of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. The results were compared to uncharged and hydrogen-charged samples. This is the final report of EPRI Research Program RP 2180-3 performed for EPRI by Combustion Engineering, Inc. This article discusses the various options for controlling fatigue and fractures in welded steel structures, with illustrations.
J—determination for shallow notch welded bend specimens. Ferritic steels, and other materials showing a ductile-brittle transition curve, show very high scatter a variation in K mat by an order of magnitude for a single batch of steel has been reported. Fracture property of HAZ—notched weld joint with mechanical mismatching Part 1Mis—Matching of Welds, ESIS 17. Research has been performed to study the effect of constraint dependent fracture toughness of parent metal and HAZ for steels applied for fabrication of oil and gas floating production, storage and off-loading FPSO vessels and ships.
III of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Tritium-exposed-and-aged base metals and weldments had lower toughness Compendium of fracture toughness data on weldments than unexposed ones but still retained good toughness properties. EPRI is publishing this report to formally document the 1970s bases for the current ASME Code reference temperature approach and lower bound fracture toughness curves, and to present alternatives that use more relevant and advanced fracture mechanics approaches.
Alloying with molybdenum lowers the fracture toughness. For unexposed alloys, weldment fracture toughness was higher than base metal toughness. 232-3, are reported in EPRI reports NP-119 Task BRP 232-2, and this report.