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The Abstracts of ATEM : International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics : Asian Conference on Experimental Mechanics
Nowadays, 316L stainless steels are mostly used in high temperature structures because of their superior high-temperature strength and ductility. The materials in high temperature structures are subjected to combined creep-fatigue damage. It is very important to predict the fatigue life of materials under creep-fatigue condition in order to use the materials safely and efficiently at high temperature. In this research, we could quantify the effect of tensile hold time on the fatigue life ofdoi:10.1299/jsmeatem.2003.2._gsw0309-1 fatcat:75zr6pvdffft7khc24euunyrdq