Elevated-Temperature Low Cycle and Thermomechanical Fatigue Properties of AISI H13 Hot-Work Tool Steel

@inproceedings{Engberg1988ElevatedTemperatureLC,
  title={Elevated-Temperature Low Cycle and Thermomechanical Fatigue Properties of AISI H13 Hot-Work Tool Steel},
  author={Goran Engberg and Lotta Larsson},
  year={1988}
}
Thermal fatigue of the martensitic hot work tool steel AISI H13 is complicated by structural degradation which in turn is influenced by plastic deformation. These properties are dependent upon plastic deformation, temperature, and time, and thus it is of vital importance to find a description which allows inter- or extrapolation to the thermal load experienced in various practical applications. Isothermal, low cycle fatigue testing was performed mainly at 500 and 600°C and also to a limited… CONTINUE READING

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