Performance of Bolting Materials in High Temperature Plant Applications
Conference Proceedings, 16-17 June 1994, York, UK
This book discusses the technology of high-temperature bolting materials and the design considerations of high-temperature bolted joints. It is based on the second international conference on high-temperature creep resistant materials held in York.
Table of Contents
Session 1: Design and Performance 1. Design Considerations for High Temperature Bolting 2. Performance of High Temperature Bolting in Power Plant Session 2: Materials Testing and Data Analysis 3. Uniaxial Stress Relaxation Testing—a UK Perspective 4. Testing of the Relaxation Strength of Bolted Joints 5. Behaviour of Durehete 1055 in Full Scale Bolt Tightening 6. The Performance of High Purity lCrMoVTiB Steel in Full Size Bolt Tests 7. Review of Current International Stress Relaxation Testing Standards 8. Activities of a European Creep Collaborative Working Group on High Temperature Bolting Materials Session 3: Ferritic Bolting Steels 9. ESB Approach to the Assessment of High Temperature Ferritic Steel 10. The Continuing Development of Durehete 1055 and other High Integrity Bolting Steels 11. Operational Characteristics of 10-12% CrMoV Bolt Steels for Steam Turbines 12. Embrittlement of 12CrMoV Bolting Steel 13. Consideration of the Role of Nb, Al and Trace Elements in Creep Resistance and Embrittlement Susceptibility of 9-12% Cr Steel 14. Relaxation Behaviour of Flange Joints in the Creep Range