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Compilation Of Tensile And Creep Rupture Data Of Several Al, Mg, Ti, And Steel Alloys, And Ni Superalloys

Report Number: AFML TR 67-259
Author: None Given
Corporate Author: Air Force Materials Lab Wright-Patterson AFB OH
Laboratory: Air Force Materials Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1968-04
Pages: 954
Contract: AF 33(600)-32008
Project: 7381
Task: 738103
AD Number: AD0834771

A program was conducted to determine the feasibility and possible advantage of processing conventional creep data through the use of computer program technology and to make generally available previously unpublished creep data. Computer programs were developed to fit data, make necessary calculations, tabulate results, and plot finished curves ready for design use. Raw creep data on 24 materials conducted over several years were processed and are presented in the normal format of tensile and creep data.

Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control
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