New industrial tool for efficient high temperature material development (NEWTOOL)
|Coordinator||Linköpings universitet - Institutionen för ekonomisk och industriell utveckling|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 500 000|
|Project duration||November 2018 - October 2019|
|Venture||Banbrytande idéer inom industriell utveckling|
|Call||Banbrytande idéer inom industriell utveckling 2018|
Purpose and goal
The purpose is to develop and validate an efficient assessment tool for the industry to characterise and evaluate high-temperature materials.
Expected results and effects
Expected results are the acquisition of experimental evidence for that the creep deformation, which usually is measured in conventional creep testing, is possible to extract from SSRT (slow strain rate testing) tests by post-processing of the test data based on theoretical hypotheses. The outcome is expected to be the severe reduction in test time and associated costs when developing new high-temperature materials since SSRT testing potentially can replace conventional creep testing.
Planned approach and implementation
Mechanical testing involving conventional creep and SSRT testing will be conducted on three different materials; a nickel-based superalloy, a stainless steel and a ductile cast iron. The SSRT test data will then be analysed starting from two hypotheses regarding how creep deformation can be extracted. The validity and reliability for the different extraction methods will be evaluated by comparison to the performed conventional creep testing.