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David Harvey
Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang, USA, Joined Nov 2002, 42

David Harvey

Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang,
USA,
Joined Nov 2002
42
01:01 Feb-12-2005
Temperature dependence of velocity in metals

I am doing some work where the temperature of the materials I have under test will vary. In particular I am working with zirconium and titanium and some of their alloys. I am looking for either data or an expression that will give me a reasonable curve showing the shear wave velocity change with temperature. Does anyone have something at hand, or a source that they can point me towards? Thanks in advance!


 
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Ingolf Hertlin
Ingolf Hertlin
06:39 Feb-15-2005
Re: Temperature dependence of velocity in metals
Hello,
we did some investigations on the shift of resonance frequencies under temperature variation. You can contact Thomas Herkel from RTE Akustik + Prueftechnik (T.Herkel@rte.de). He can give you some infos.

Best regards
Ingolf Hertlin

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: I am doing some work where the temperature of the materials I have under test will vary. In particular I am working with zirconium and titanium and some of their alloys. I am looking for either data or an expression that will give me a reasonable curve showing the shear wave velocity change with temperature. Does anyone have something at hand, or a source that they can point me towards? Thanks in advance!
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Ed Ginzel
R & D, -
Materials Research Institute, Canada, Joined Nov 1998, 1304

Ed Ginzel

R & D, -
Materials Research Institute,
Canada,
Joined Nov 1998
1304
01:44 Feb-15-2005
Re: Temperature dependence of velocity in metals
David:
Many years ago I work in a research facility with a chap named Dr. Doug Mair. He did a complete acoustic and materials parameter report on the properties of Zirconium (actually ZrNb -2.5% Nb)-
I am not sure of his email but he has worked with UTEX and perhaps can be located via telephone
Tel: 905-828-1313 or 1-800-663-8839
If the results of his old report are avilable it may be very helpful. I am quite sure he did a dV/dT on the material.
Regards
Ed
---------- Start Original Message -----------
: I am doing some work where the temperature of the materials I have under test will vary. In particular I am working with zirconium and titanium and some of their alloys. I am looking for either data or an expression that will give me a reasonable curve showing the shear wave velocity change with temperature. Does anyone have something at hand, or a source that they can point me towards? Thanks in advance!
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S.V.Swamy
Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex , India, Joined Feb 2001, 787

S.V.Swamy

Engineering, - Material Testing Inspection & Quality Control
Retired from Nuclear Fuel Complex ,
India,
Joined Feb 2001
787
07:10 Feb-16-2005
Re: Temperature dependence of velocity in metals
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: David:
: Many years ago I work in a research facility with a chap named Dr. Doug Mair. He did a complete acoustic and materials parameter report on the properties of Zirconium (actually ZrNb -2.5% Nb)-
: I am not sure of his email but he has worked with UTEX and perhaps can be located via telephone
: Tel: 905-828-1313 or 1-800-663-8839
: If the results of his old report are avilable it may be very helpful. I am quite sure he did a dV/dT on the material.
: Regards
: Ed
: ---------- Start Original Message -----------
: : I am doing some work where the temperature of the materials I have under test will vary. In particular I am working with zirconium and titanium and some of their alloys. I am looking for either data or an expression that will give me a reasonable curve showing the shear wave velocity change with temperature. Does anyone have something at hand, or a source that they can point me towards? Thanks in advance!
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Dear Ed,

The material is Zr-2.5%Nb alloy, used for Pressure tubes in PHWRs (Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors) mainly found in Canada, Argentina and India.

Regards.

Swamy


 
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