The Thermoelectric Power, an Alternative Non-Destructive Method for the Characterization of Inconel 718

E. López Cuéllar (Editor)
L. López Pavón (Editor)
U. Ortiz Méndez (Editor)
E. Reyes Melo (Editor)
A. Martínez de la Cruz (Editor)
M. Morin (Editor)
H. Guajardo Martínez (Editor)
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México, and others

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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When a close circuit is made of two different materials and both extremities have different temperature, an electric potential is created. This relationship of electric potential and temperature, characteristic of each couple of materials, is called thermoelectric power (TEP). Recent works have shown that the TEP of materials is sensitive to the development of dislocations, precipitates and anisotropic effects. TEP apparatus for material’s characterization can be found as laboratory equipments and mobile equipments.

In this way, the use of the TEP as a non-destructive characterization technique for high performance materials used in high reliability systems, like Inconel 718 alloy, can be very attractive. This new book discusses the sensibility of TEP technique for both cases, first to microstructural changes attained during extreme service conditions and second, to internal stress and plastic strain sometimes induced during service or processing. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

PART I, CHANGES IN THE TEP OF INCONEL 718 DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF DESIRABLE AND NON-DESIRABLE PHASES

I. 1. EXPERIMENTAL

I. 2. RESULTS

I. 3. CONCLUSION

PART II, CHANGES IIN TTHE TEP OOF TTHE INCONEL 718 INDUCED BBY DEFORMATION DURING TENSILE TESTS.

II. 1. EXPERIMENTAL

II. 2. RESULTS

II. 3 CONCLUSION

FINAL CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

REFERENCES

INDEX

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