Tensile Fatigue Testing at Temperatures Down to 20°K
Until recently, data on the fatigue behavior of materials at cryogenic temperatures have been sparse, and information of this type for nonmetallic materials has been practically nonexistent. A preliminary search of published data revealed only a limited amount of information on fatigue characteristics of materials at cryogenic temperatures. Most of these data have been derived from flexural fatigue tests, and apply almost exclusively to metals.
KeywordsCryogenic Temperature Rubber Sleeve Tensile Fatigue Fatigue Machine Cryogenic Engineer
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