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Volume 6: Materials and Fabrication
The Idaho National Laboratory is conducting moderate strain rate (5 to 200 per second) research on stainless steel materials in support of the Department of Energy's National Spent Nuclear Fuel Program. For this research, strain rate effects are characterized by comparison to quasi-static tensile test results. Considerable tensile testing has been conducted resulting in the generation of a large amount of basic material data expressed as engineering and true stress-strain curves. The purpose ofdoi:10.1115/pvp2007-26096 fatcat:hpphbvhfuzfzplwmbspy4uailm