Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Materials: A Review

M. Marichamy, S. Babu


This paper has been focused the mechanical properties of high temperature materials, hence they are many applications of HTM such as production, Transport, Energy, Packaging, storage tanks, Industry and tools etc. A review has been carried out to make use of high temperature materials-HTM (such as Steel, copper, titanium, aluminum alloy, etc) mechanical properties.  Towards there are analysis some area such as slow strain rate and hot tensile test. Slow strain rate (SSR) testing is constant slowly extension rate tensile test for excellent search used by research scientist to survey stress erosion cracking. Hot tensile test is using this method we can find out the tensile strength, elongation, yield strength properties of different materials and its alloy, at high temperature. This review paper provides the more important with slow strain rate and tensile test in discussed the different high temperature materials. This survey paper outcome of study the different materials and mechanical properties analysis. The review paper used in the future research work of scholar and scientist. Finally concludes the review.


HTM; Slow strain rate; Hot tensile test; Mechanical properties

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