Effect of Environments of Sodium Hydroxide, Air, and Argon on the Stress-Rupture Properties of Nickel at 1500 Degrees F
Description: Note presenting the stress-rupture properties of commercially pure nickel at 1500 degrees Fahrenheit as determined for its application as a container material for molten sodium hydroxide. Stress-rupture tests of L-nickel tubes containing sodium hydroxide were run with atmospheres of air or argon external to the tubes. Sodium hydroxide was found to have little effect on the stress-rupture strength of nickel tubes tested in argon at 1500 degrees Fahrenheit for times up to 200 hours.
Date: January 1958
Creator: McHenry, Howard T. & Probst, H. B.
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