Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy

I. Mészáros, János Ginsztler

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Abstract

In this work the magnetic anisotropy of the 15Mo3 type steel was investigated which was induced by deterioration process caused by thermal shock fatigue. The applied thermal shock fatigue investigation can model the material degradation due to long term service in high temperature environment. The 15Mo3 steel is widely used as reheating pipeline base material of power plant boilers. Magnetisation curves were measured to characterise the induced magnetic anisotropy due to thermal shock fatigue process. A parallel motion vibrating sample magnetometer (PMVSM) which was designed at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of BUTE was used for the magnetic measurements.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials Science Forum
Pages419-424
Number of pages6
Volume537-538
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event5th Hungarian Conference on Materials Science, Testing and lnformatics - Balatonfured, Hungary
Duration: Oct 9 2005Oct 11 2005

Publication series

NameMaterials Science Forum
Volume537-538
ISSN (Print)02555476

Other

Other5th Hungarian Conference on Materials Science, Testing and lnformatics
CountryHungary
CityBalatonfured
Period10/9/0510/11/05

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Magnetic anisotropy
Thermal shock
Steel
Fatigue of materials
Magnetic variables measurement
Magnetometers
Materials science
Boilers
Deterioration
Magnetization
Power plants
Pipelines
Degradation
Temperature

Keywords

  • Induced anisotropy
  • Magnetic characterization
  • Material deterioration
  • Remanent life time estimation
  • Thermal shock fatigue
  • Vibrating sample magnetometer
  • VSM

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)

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Mészáros, I., & Ginsztler, J. (2007). Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy. In Materials Science Forum (Vol. 537-538, pp. 419-424). (Materials Science Forum; Vol. 537-538).

Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy. / Mészáros, I.; Ginsztler, János.

Materials Science Forum. Vol. 537-538 2007. p. 419-424 (Materials Science Forum; Vol. 537-538).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mészáros, I & Ginsztler, J 2007, Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy. in Materials Science Forum. vol. 537-538, Materials Science Forum, vol. 537-538, pp. 419-424, 5th Hungarian Conference on Materials Science, Testing and lnformatics, Balatonfured, Hungary, 10/9/05.
Mészáros I, Ginsztler J. Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy. In Materials Science Forum. Vol. 537-538. 2007. p. 419-424. (Materials Science Forum).
Mészáros, I. ; Ginsztler, János. / Thermal shock fatigue process induced magnetic anisotropy. Materials Science Forum. Vol. 537-538 2007. pp. 419-424 (Materials Science Forum).
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