Cooperative investigation of relationship between static and fatigue properties of wrought n-155 alloy at elevated temperatures

NACA Subcommittee on Power-Plant Materials
Jan 1956

Report presents the correlation of extensive data obtained relating properties of wrought n-155 alloy under static, combined static and dynamic, and complete reversed dynamic stress conditions. Time period for fracture ranged from 50 to 500 hours at room temperature, 1,000 degrees, 1,200 degrees, and 1,500 degrees F.

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