Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth of Austenitic Stainless Steels at Liquid Helium Temperature
When designing superconducting magnets for nuclear fusion equipment or superconducting generators, consideration must be made of the difficulties of in-service inspections arising from structural complications. Through paying proper consideration, it is necessary to evaluate the remaining service life by means of fatigue crack growth analyses based on preliminarily assumed initial flaws.
KeywordsFatigue Crack Growth Crack Opening Displacement Crack Closure Plastic Zone Size Remain Service Life
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