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Creep Behavior of a Tungsten Alloy Dispersion Strengthened by Zro2.
Met Trans 1974 Nov; 5:2347-2350
The creep behavior of a dispersion strengthened tungsten alloy was studied over a temperature range of 1,820 to 2,160 k or 0.45 to 0.56 Tm and a stress range of 24 to 138 mpa. The present work was carried out to further test the validity of the ansell-weertman model with another dispersoid system, namely tungsten strengthened by a zro2 dispersoid.
Met. Trans., V. 5, November 1974, PP. 2347-2350
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