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Proc. ASME. PVP2021, Volume 5: Operations, Applications, and Components; Seismic Engineering; Non-Destructive Examination, V005T08A004, July 13–15, 2021
Paper No: PVP2021-61943
... probability and either the open or closed angle of the elbow pipes, without considering the thickness variations in the fragility assessment of elbow pipes. elbow pipes low cycle fatigue seismic fragility evaluation damage assessment index Proceedings of the ASME 2021 Pressure Vessels & Piping...
Proc. ASME. PVP2021, Volume 1: Codes and Standards, V001T01A010, July 13–15, 2021
Paper No: PVP2021-61961
...) of steels under various loading conditions for smooth and notched specimens, as well as full scale component testing at HTW conditions. In this paper the results of ongoing research are presented. The low cycle fatigue experiments on steel materials for relevant nuclear applications are performed at air...
Proc. ASME. PVP2013, Volume 5: High-Pressure Technology; ASME NDE Division; Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium, V005T11A026, July 14–18, 2013
Paper No: PVP2013-97887
... it increases linearly with the number of cycles. The definition of each roughness parameter and the changes show that R max and R v are suitable for damage assessment. Low cycle fatigue Nondestructive testing Damage assessment Surface roughness parameter Crack initiation Crack propagation...
Proc. ASME. PVP2012, Volume 3: Design and Analysis, 299-308, July 15–19, 2012
Paper No: PVP2012-78100
... Shell-to-bottom joint of hydrocarbon storage tanks is a critical failure location which needs careful evaluation especially in the case of elevated temperature tanks. The fill/draw down cycle of the stored liquid causes low cycle fatigue near this joint and hence a fatigue evaluation...
Proc. ASME. PVP2005, Volume 1: Codes and Standards, 165-169, July 17–21, 2005
Paper No: PVP2005-71493
... Low cycle fatigue tests were conducted to investigate fatigue behaviors of Type 316 stainless steel in 310 °C low oxygen water. In the tests, strain rates were 4 × 10 −4 , 8 × 10 −5 s −1 and applied strain amplitudes were 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, and 1.0%. The test environment was pure water...