creep rupture strength

creep rupture strength

[′krēp ′rəp·chər ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
The stress which, at a given temperature, will cause a material to rupture in a given time.
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This model is a modified version of the Goodman-Boiler mean stress model (13), which has a form similar to the Modified Goodman equation (1), bui using creep rupture strength as opposed to the ultimate tensile strength.
Such reduction in creep rupture strength promotes the fine grain cracks on the parent metal side of HAZ.
The materials listed by the association are regularly tested by independent test laboratories to confirm their compliance in three main properties: creep rupture strength, stress crack resistance and resistance to rapid crack propagation.