Charpy V-notch (CVN) impact
tests are the most widely used method for characterizing material toughness in
steel applications. While the CVN method is both cost-effective and efficient,
CVN data is limited when it comes to performing fitness-for-service or
remaining-life calculations. Correlated data between Charpy and other fracture
tests are used together for these purposes, but this is also a limited
solution, especially in modern steel applications.
EWI has developed as assessment
method that can characterize the ductile-to-brittle temperature transition
behavior for structural steels more reliably than other existing methods. The
approach can be applied to a wide range of modern steels including structural
pipeline and marine materials.
Bill Mohr, Principal
Engineer for Structural Integrity, has written a new paper, Scatter in Charpy Data Considered as a
Transferrable Parameter, to discuss this new scatter assessment method and its
Complete Form to Download Paper
To view this paper, please complete the form above.
The post Scatter in Charpy Data Considered as a Transferrable Parameter appeared first on EWI.
Powered by WPeMatico