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By G.A. Webster, R.A. Ainsworth

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It is still possible to apply the life fraction rule in conjunction with a time-temperature creep parameter however. For example, consider a turbine blade made out of Nimonic 105, with the creep properties shown in Fig. 14. Let the blade spend most of its life at a stress of 150 MPa, and a temperature of 810 DC. 1 of the time can be determined as follows: From Fig. 14 at 225 MPa, P =25000 = 1083(20 + 10gIO trl) where trl is the rupture life at 225 MPa and 810 DC. This gives trl = 1210 h. 3, the rupture life tr2 at ISO MPa is 10000 hours.

In most cases insufficient information will be available and judgement has to be employed. When work hardening processes predominate, it may be argued that the SH law (or SF rule) should be most appropriate. When thermal recovery processes control, or metallurgical instability results in ageing, it may be more relevant to choose the TH law (or the LF rule). In any event, the time hardening law will result in the Simplest mathematical analysis. In addition to determining the response of a component to changing loading conditions, equations of state are needed to calculate stress redistribution from the initial elastic (or elastic/plastic) state on loading to that representative of when creep strains dominate.

No volume change occurs during creep. These observations are the same as those that are made for plastic deformation [5,19-25]. This is not surprising when both processes are controlled by dislocation motion. The observations imply that the definitions of equivalent stress and strain increment used in classical plasticity theory can be applied to creep provided strain rates are written in place of the plastic strain increments. 35) where 0"1,0"2 and 0"3 are the principal stresses, e~, e~ and c~ the respective creep strain rates, ii is the equivalent stress and [c the corresponding equivalent creep strain rate.

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