Accession Number : AD0702956
Title : RESEARCH ON CREEP AND ON THE STRENGTH OF NONUNIFORMLY HEATED TURBINE DISKS OF ALLOYS, EI-437B AND EI-787,
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
Personal Author(s) : Ostapchuk,I. I. ; Pronkin,A. F. ; Kabelevskii,M. G.
Report Date : 31 DEC 1969
Pagination or Media Count : 16
Abstract : A comparative analysis of the EI-787 Fe-Cr-Ni base alloy and the EI-437B Ni alloy as materials for turbine disks is presented. The experiments were carried out on two series of four disks each (diameter 402 mm). Two disks in each quartet had a 'normal' profile and the other two, a 'lightweight' profile; one disk in each pair contained eight small (diameter 6 mm) eccentrically aligned orifices serving as stress concentrators. The strength of the disks was evaluated as a function of the residual deformation arising in connection with creep during tests at normal rotational speed (15,500 r.p.m.) during 5 min., 5, 10, 25, 50 hr. (stage 1 of tests), as well as a function of time to fracture during increased rotational speed (19,200 r.p.m.) (stage 2 of tests). In addition, short-time and long-time mechanical properties of both alloys were investigated on specimens cut out from disks and forgings. Findings: The strength of normal-profile disks of both alloys is roughly the same, as is the degree of their deformation. Lightweight-profile disks fractured in the presence of smaller loads (lower rotational speeds) and their deformation reached a greater degree than normal-profile disks; this effect was more pronounced for the EI-437B alloy.
Descriptors : (*GAS TURBINE ROTORS, *NICKEL ALLOYS), CREEP, STRESSES, RUPTURE, IRON ALLOYS, CHROMIUM ALLOYS, USSR
Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography
Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE