A metallurgical investigation of large forged discs of low-carbon N-155 alloy

Cross, Howard C (Battelle Memorial Institute) Freeman, J W (University of Michigan)
naca-tn-1230
April 1947


Research was undertaken to ascertain the properties of better wrought heat resisting alloys in the form of large discs required for gas turbine rotors. The properties of large discs of low carbon N-155 alloy in both the as-forged and water-quenched and aged conditions were determined by means of stress-rupture and creep tests for time periods up to about 2000 hours at 1200, 1350, and 1500 F. Short-time tensile test, impact test, and time-total deformation characteristics are included. The principle results are given.

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