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Slow Strain Rate Testing for the Evaluation of Environmentally Induced Cracking: Research and Engineering Applications
     

Slow Strain Rate Testing for the Evaluation of Environmentally Induced Cracking: Research and Engineering Applications

by Russell D. Kane (Editor)
 

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In order to predict when and how a material will crack under environmental conditions, engineers used to subject it to pressure for a long time, up to a year in cases; about 20 years ago, a testing method was developed that slowly but inexorably increases the pressure, which seems to cut down the time while retaining the predictive accuracy. The 19 papers from a May 1992 symposium in Pittsburgh review the technique's development, and explore applications in nuclear power, research, petroleum, and other industries. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780803118706
Publisher:
American Society for Testing & Materials
Publication date:
07/01/1993
Series:
Special Technical Publications , #1210
Pages:
304

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