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The hollow testpieces were machined to the dimensions showed in Figure 1 using an NC machine and according to the procedure recommended by DECRC, Heidelberg and which included a low-stress grinding procedure. 2 Appendix 1 Test Procedure Testing was carried out by MarTest, Cincinnati, Ohio, a specialist testing organization. , one in which the maximum compressive load occurs at the maximum temperature and the maximum tensile load at the lowest temperature was applied to individual testpieces. Induction heating was used but testpieces with a ceramic thermal barrier coating were heated using a silicon carbide igniter method.
0 Ni Bal. Bal. Bal. Appendix 1 Figure 1: Picture of CMSX-4 single crystal bars undergoing TMF testing. 13 Appendix 1 Load Load Cell Induction Coil Strain Temperature Controller Servo Controller Cycle Timer Figure 2: Control system used for TMF testing of metallic systems. Testing of ceramics employed a resistance furnace, which heated the test bar by radiation. 02 DIA All dimensions in mm Not Drawn to Scale Figure 3: Thermal mechanical fatigue test bar configuration. 15 Appendix 1 Figure 4: Typical hysteresis curves for TMF testing.
E. consistent with the fracture mode reported here. The failure mechanism will be discussed further in a later section of the report. Fracture Analysis Uncoated Testpieces Multiple cracking was observed in the uncoated testpieces at the various strain ranges tested, and generally, cracks initiated from both outside and inside surfaces of the testpiece and subsequently propagated into the substrate perpendicular to the surface. Extensive secondary cracking was observed, as can be seen in Figure 12 and was greatest on the internal surface.