The Strain Rate Dependence of Three High Strength Naval Alloys.
Technical rept. 1 Feb 71-31 Mar 74,
HYDRONAUTICS INC LAUREL MD
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The properties of three alloys were studied a Type HY-80 steel, a Type HY-130 steel, and a titanium alloy Ti-6211. 6Al 1Nb 0.8Mo 1Ta. These materials were subjected to a wide range of uniaxial tensile rates of straining at room temperature static tests, rapid loading tests, and dynamic tests. The results of these tests are replotted to demonstrate the dependence of stress as a function of rate of straining. It is concluded that these materials demonstrate a monotonic increase in stress as a function of strain rate. Modified author abstract
- Metallurgy and Metallography
- Marine Engineering