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Inconel 600 Fatigue Properties

Inconel 600 Fatigue Properties

Inconel 600 Fatigue Properties

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I'm doing (thermal) fatigue calculations on an rocket igniter made of Inconel 600. I'm having a lot of trouble, however, finding some specific material properties.

I'm looking for handbooks/sites/other sources containing:
1. Any fatigue crack growth properties of Inconel 600, preferably for temperatures ranging from 0 to 1000 degrees Celcius.
2. Plots or tables of Stress or Strain Range versus Number of Cycles to Failure for Inconel 600. Preferably for different temperatures, within the range of 0 to 1000 deg C., for less than 1000 cycles.

I already know of www.specialmetals.com, and have checked extensive university libraries, but I haven't been able to find the information I need.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Rikkert Z.

RE: Inconel 600 Fatigue Properties

This is probably stating the obvious but I'd suggest you contact a sales rep at Special Metals. They've always been very helpful anytime I've dealt with them.

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