Characteristics of the long-term static strength of monocrystalline materials
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The use of simplified methods for determining the long-term static strength characteristics within the assigned temperature and durability ranges is considered. An equation which describes by means of a unique parameter the scattering of long-term static strength characteristics of monocrystalline materials with different orientations under tensile stress is derived.
KeywordsTensile Stress Strength Characteristic Static Strength Unique Parameter Durability Range
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