Date

1966

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Materials Science and Engineering

First Adviser

Libsch, Joseph F.

Abstract

The present study was concerned with three major areas: 1. An adaptation of the above equipment for environmental control was made by fabricating a suitable atmosphere chamber 2. Fatigue-type date were obtained for a series of solid solution nickel alloys as tested in both inert and oxidizing a atmospheres at 1500F. It was anticipated that this data would show the effect of different environmental conditions upon the mechanical behavior of these alloys at elevated temperature 3. Metallography and electron probe micro-analysis were performed on the above specimens to form a more quantitative means of evaluating the design of materials for high temperature applications

Comments

Former department name: Metallurgy and Materials Science

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