Creep-rupture times at 1200 and 1400 deg F were compared for notched versus unnotched bars and for thin-walled tubes in uniaxial tension versus combined tension and internal pressure to give a 1:1 ratio of longitudinal and transverse principal stresses. Relative response to multiaxial stresses of cast DCM alloy with low ductility was not essentially different from that of Rene´ 41 alloy with higher ductility. Creep rupture times of the tubular specimens under combined stresses correlated better in terms of the shear stress invariant than of maximum principal stress.

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