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Contents: Materials At High Temperatures Volume 29 Issue 4 2012

Posted on 3. December, 2012.

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Materials at High Temperatures publishes peer reviewed contributions relating to high temperature applications in the power, chemical, engine, processing and furnace industries.

 

Japanese studies on high-temperature materials and structures

279Introduction
Yukio Takahashi
 
280Prediction of deformation and failure of modified 9Cr–1Mo steel under creep-fatigue interaction
Yukio Takahashi
 
293 Effect of groove configuration on Type-IV creep damages in Gr.122 steel welds 
Masaaki Tabuchi, Hiromichi Hongo, TakashiWatanabe and Kota Sawada
 
301Geometrical influence for creep damage evaluation of IN738LC using electron backscatter diffraction
Daisuke Kobayashi, MasamichiMiyabe, Yukio Kagiya, Yoshiko Nagumo, Ryuji Sugiura, Takashi Matsuzaki and A. Toshimitsu Yokobori Jr
 
308Anisotropic viscoplasticity constitutive model for directionally solidified superalloy
Masatsugu Yaguchi
 
315Creep-fatigue life assessment for three kinds of solders
Shengde Zhang and Masao Sakane
 
322Homogenised elasto-viscoplastic material modelling of thick perforated plates at high temperature
Kazutaka Ikenoya, Nobutada Ohno and Naoto Kasahara
 
330Numerical evaluation of inhomogeneity forces in a coating layer due to thermal loading
Shoji Imatani and Ek-u Thammakornbunjut

 

General Papers   

340Formation of rafting and cellular-like precipitates during creep
K. Zhao
 
344Studies on structural and electrical properties of copper-doped zinc oxide powders prepared by a solid state method at high temperatures
Hakan Colak and Orhan Turkoglu
 
351Effect of mean stress and stress amplitude on the ratcheting behaviour of 316LN stainless steel under dynamic strain aging regime
Aritra Sarkar, A. Nagesha, R. Sandhya and M.D. Mathew
 
359A comparison of three weld consumables for P92 under creep
D.W.J. Tanner, K. Chalk,W. Sun, P.H. Shipway and T.H. Hyde