A total of 31 stress-rupture data sets for 28 different nickel-base alloys, including 1153 individual test results, have been treated by graphical methods and computer programs to allow determinations of the relative abilities of Larson-Miller, Manson-Haferd, Sherby-Dorn, Goldhoff-Sherby, Manson-Succop, Conrad and Korchynsky parameters to correlate and extrapolate data. For the correlation of all data the Goldhoff-Sherby and Manson-Haferd methods are attractive, while for extrapolation to longer times some superiority of the Manson-Haferd and Manson-Succop parameters is demonstrated. Overall use of a third order polynomial approximation to Manson-Haferd master curves is recommended, as is the avoidance of external extrapolation. Results are primarily based on modified and original computer programs and standard statistical treatments of data.
Computerized Evaluations of the Relative Abilities of Seven Time-Temperature Parameters to Correlate and Extrapolate Nickel Alloy Stress-Rupture Data
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Raut, P. K., and Clough, W. R. (March 1, 1972). "Computerized Evaluations of the Relative Abilities of Seven Time-Temperature Parameters to Correlate and Extrapolate Nickel Alloy Stress-Rupture Data." ASME. J. Basic Eng. March 1972; 94(1): 7–12. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3425391
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