Fatigue of vanadium-hydrogen alloys

Authors
Lee, Kyung Sub
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Stoloff, N. S.
Ansell, George S.
Doremus, R. H.
Duquette, David J.
Solomon, Harvey D.
Issue Date
1976-12
Keywords
Materials engineering
Degree
PhD
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Abstract
S-N data obtained from stress-controlled fatigue tests revealed a pronounced improvement in fatigue life for hydrided vanadium, but little or no effect for 132 ppm hydrogen in solution. Similarly, strain-control tests showed no effects of hydrogen in solution on either cyclic hardening for fatigue life, in marked contrast to decrease in low cycle life for vanadium containing hydride plates.
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December 1976
School of Materials Engineering
Department
Dept. of Engineering
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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