The rupture-test characteristics of heat-resistant sheet alloys at 1700 F and 1800 F

J. W. Freeman, E. E. Reynolds, A. E. WHITE
Feb 1948

The characteristics of a representative group of heat-resistant alloys in sheet form were investigated by rupture tests at 1700 and 1800 degrees F. The primary purpose was to provide data which could be used by the aircraft industry to determine whether the rupture-test properties of an alloy would be a criterion of service performance in combustion chambers and other applications of sheet alloys at high temperatures in power plants for aircraft. Suitable service data were not available for this type of correlation in the present report.

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