The mechanical behavior of metals subjected to uniaxial tensile impact at elevated temperatures is reported. Tests were conducted on annealed 1100 aluminum at 200, 350, 550, and 800 deg F; annealed 2024 aluminum at 200, 450, and 600 deg; and annealed C1010 steel at 430, 700, 1050, and 1400 deg F. The materials exhibit a wide range of dynamic behavior, including some in which the stress required to produce a given level of strain is significantly lowered by dynamic loading. The ratios of the dynamic ultimate stresses to the static are found to range from 0.71–6.0.
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Dynamic Behavior of Metals Under Tensile Impact—Part 1: Elevated Temperature Tests
A. B. Schultz
Department of Materials Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago, Ill.
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Schultz, A. B. (September 1, 1970). "Dynamic Behavior of Metals Under Tensile Impact—Part 1: Elevated Temperature Tests." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. September 1970; 37(3): 765–770. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3408608
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Discussion: “Creep of Metals at High Temperature in Bending” (Davis, E. A., 1938, ASME J. Appl. Mech., 5, pp. A29–A31)
J. Appl. Mech (December 1938)