Title

A novel creep-fatigue life prediction model fo P92 on the basis of cyclic strain energy density.

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Springer

Place of Publication

United States

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

22323

Comments

Originally published as: Ji, D., Ren, J., & Zhang, L. C. (2016). A novel creep-fatigue life prediction model fo rP92 on the basis of cyclic strain energy density. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 25(11), 4868-4874. Available here.

Abstract

A novel creep-fatigue life prediction model was deduced based on an expression of the strain energy density in this study. In order to obtain the expression of the strain energy density, the load-controlled creep-fatigue (CF) tests of P92 steel at 873 K were carried out. Cyclic strain of P92 steel under CF load was divided into elastic strain, applying and unloading plastic strain, creep strain, and anelastic strain. Analysis of cyclic strain indicates that the damage process of P92 steel under CF load consists of three stages, similar to pure creep. According to the characteristics of the strains above, an expression was defined to describe the strain energy density for each cycle. The strain energy density at stable stage is inversely proportional to the total strain energy density dissipated by P92 steel. However, the total strain energy densities under different test conditions are proportional to the fatigue life. Therefore, the expression of the strain energy density at stable stage was chosen to predict the fatigue life. The CF experimental data on P92 steel were employed to verify the rationality of the novel model. The model obtained from the load-controlled CF test of P92 steel with short holding time could predict the fatigue life of P92 steel with long holding time.

DOI

10.1007/s11665-016-2334-7

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