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Creep deformation of materials

  • Course level: Beginner

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Creep deformation of materials

This course is designed to give participants an overview of time-dependent plastic deformation of materials (creep), particularly at high homogeneous temperatures. The audience will learn about creep’s rate-controlling mechanisms and how to use them to anticipate a structure’s remaining usable life. Other parametric approaches will be discussed, including the Larson-Miller parameter, the Theta-projection notion, and the Kachanov-Rabotnov model. The course will conclude by emphasizing the need of taking creep into account while developing technologically relevant materials like titanium alloys, zirconium alloys, and advanced materials like nanocrystalline materials.

 

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23 Lessons

Importance of Studying Creep

Basics of plastic deformation and characteristics of dislocations – Part 100:00:00
Basics of plastic deformation and characteristics of dislocations – Part 200:00:00
Basics of plastic deformation and characteristics of dislocations – Part 300:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 100:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 200:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 300:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 400:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 500:00:00
Creep and different factors that influence creep deformation – Part 600:00:00
Mechanisms of Creep – Part 100:00:00
Mechanisms of Creep – Part 200:00:00
Mechanisms of Creep – Part 300:00:00
Mechanisms of Creep – Part 400:00:00
Mechanisms of Creep – Part 500:00:00
Transitions in Creep Mechanisms and Creep Constitutive Equation00:00:00
Deformation Mechanism Maps – Part 100:00:00
Deformation Mechanism Maps – Part 200:00:00
Modeling the Useful Creep Life of Materials/Components – Part 100:00:00
Modeling the Useful Creep Life of Materials/Components – Part 200:00:00
Modeling the Useful Creep Life of Materials/Components – Part 300:00:00
Creep Testing Methods – Part 100:00:00
Creep Testing Methods – Part 200:00:00
Improving Creep Resistance of Materials00:00:00
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Enrolment validity: Lifetime