creep strength

creep strength

[′krēp ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
The stress which, at a given temperature, will result in a creep rate of 1% deformation within 100,000 hours.
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creep strength

The stress that produces a given rate of creep at a specified temperature.
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Figure 6 shows the results of the three directions at different loading levels; it indicates that the creep strains increased with loading levels, growing within ultimate creep strength. In addition, Kutnar (2010) also confirmed this point that compression creep was not able to predict the creep during the densiflcation process at high stress levels.
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