By T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)
"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival book of papers offered on the biennial CEC/ICMC meetings. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering is living during the global within the libraries of such a lot associations that behavior learn and improvement in cryogenic engineering and utilized superconductivity. The e-book contains invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored study papers within the study parts of superconductors and structural fabrics for cryogenic functions. the entire papers released needs to (1) be provided on the convention, (2) go the overview strategy, and (3) document formerly unpublished theoretical reports, studies, or measurements of fabric homes at low temperatures."
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56. 90. 69. 98. 29. 10' 11 23 CONCLUSIONS The proposed jacket materials for the ITER TF - and CS - model superconducting coils, namely Type 316LN austenitic steel and the nicke! base superalloy Incoloy 908, have been characterized with respect to their tensile, fracture toughness and fatigue crack growth rate properties at 7 K. The tensile yield strengths ofthe aged (650 C for 200 hours) 316LN and Incoloy 908 CS- model coiljacket base materials are approxirnate1y 1200 MPa at 7 K whilst those ofthe aged 316LN steel weldment and TF- model coil jacket basematerial are about 100 MPa lower.
These processes will be simultaneeusly perfermed at the heat treatment temperature of areund 723 K. The reasens to chose the temperature are as follows (I) Out range of the SAGBO temperature, (2) higher than water-out-gas temperature, (3) decomposition temperature of the oil, (4) a critical temperature for o"ygen desorption and absorption at the material of chromium, (5) no effect for reaction of a bronze 13 Figur~ 6. i\ C\ lmucr t~pc rct<>rt tnstallcd tn thc natural-gas t~pc of thc anncalmg fumacc type Nb 3 Sn even the case that the holding time at the temperature will continue for 100 hours.
G. S . I-Iwang, INCOLOY 908. a low coclficientof cxpansion alloy lln high strength cryogenic applications, Metallurgical Trans. A, 23A :317 (1992) 5. M. 2 K and 7 K A. Nyilas, 1 B. Obst, 1 and D. R. Harries2 I Forschungszentnun Karlsruhe, ITP D-76021 Karlsruhe, Gerrnany 2 Consultant, Oxford, England ABSTRACT The effects of aging at 650 C for 200 hours on the tensile properties, fracture toughness, and fatigue crack growth rates ofType 316LN austenitic steel and Incoloy 908 at 7 K have been investigated.