This paper presents creep and creep-fatigue deformations and lives of both Ni-based alloys, Alloy 740H and Alloy 617. Creep tests were performed using solid bar specimens at 650°C-800°C, and effect of cyclic loading on creep deformation and rupture was discussed. Strain controlled creep-fatigue tests were also performed under triangular and trapezoidal waveforms at 700°C. Alloy 740H showed stronger creep-fatigue resistance compared to Alloy 617. Creep-fatigue lives in trapezoidal waveform were smaller than those in the pure fatigue test and the creep-fatigue lives decreased as the hold time increased. Applicability of four representative creep-fatigue life prediction methods was discussed.

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