This paper reports the results of fatigue tests on two nickel-base alloys, hot-cold-worked and stress-relieved nickel-chrome-iron Alloy 600 and mill-annealed nickel-chrome-moly-iron Alloy 625 in which S-N data were obtained in the life range of 106 to 1010 cycles. The tests were conducted in air at 600°F, in the reversed membrane loading mode, at a frequency of ~ 1850 Hz. An electromagnetic, closed loop servo-controlled machine was built to perform the tests. A description of the machine is given.

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