Strain measurement at high temperatures
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STRAIN MEASUREMENT
AT HIGH TEMPERATURES
roceedlngsof a CEC Workshop held at
the JRC Petten (N.H.), The Netherlands
L*u Edited by
I R.C. HURST (Chief Editor),
* P. BOONE, J. BRESSERS,
CF. ETIENNE, H. SCHUSTER, JA WILLIAMS
ELSEVIER APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS STRAIN MEASUREMENT AT HIGH TEMPERATURES Proceedings of a CEC Workshop
held at the JRC Petten (N.H.),
The Netherlands
A Publication of the
CEC High Temperature Materials
Information Centre,
Petten (N.H.), The Netherlands STRAIN MEASUREMENT
AT HIGH TEMPERATURES
Edited by
R. C. HURST* (Chief Editor),
P. BOONE**, J. BRESSERS*,
C. F. ETIENNE***, H. SCHUSTER****,
J. A. WILLIAMS*****
*J.R.C. Petten, The Netherlands ** University of Ghent, Belgium
***TNO, Apeldoorn, The ****ΚFΑ, Jülich, Federal Republic
of Germany ***** CEGB, Marchwood, United Kingdom
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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
Strain measurement at high temperatures.
1. Heat resistant materials—Measurement
2. Strains and stresses—Measurement
I. Hurst, R. C.
620.Π217Ό287 Τ A418.26
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Strain measurement at high temperatures.
Proceedings of the Workshop on Strain Measurement at High
Temperatures, organized by the Commission of the European
Communities, Joint Research Centre, Petten Establishment and held at
the JRC Petten (Ν.Η.), The Netherlands.
'A publication of the CEC High Temperature Materials Information
Centre, Petten (N.H.), The Netherlands'—
Bibliography: p.
Includes index.
1. Strains and stresses—Measurement—Congresses.
2. Materials at high temperatures—Congresses.
3. Strain gages—Congresses.
I. Hurst, R. C. II. CEC High Temperature Materials Information
Centre. III. Workshop on Strain Measurement at High Temperatures
(1986: Joint Research Centre, Petten Establishment)
TA407.S825 1986 620.Γ123Ό287 86-16208
ISBN 1-85166-056-9
Publication arrangements by: Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-
General Telecommunications, Information Industries and Innovation, Luxembourg
Lay-out: Reproduction service J.R.C. Petten
EUR 10684 EN
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Printed in Great Britain by Galliard (Printers) Ltd, Great Yarmouth PREFACE
The "Workshop on Strain Measurement at High Temperatures"
was organised by the Commission of the European Communities,
Joint Research Centre, Petten Establishment with the declared in­
tention of stimulating an exchange of views concerning existing and
novel techniques for high temperature strain measurement for both
laboratory and industrial applications.
A total of 20 papers were presented which were structured into
four technical sessions: Extensometry based methods; Strain gauges;
Optical/ Radiographical methods; and Novel. The work­
shop also comprised the opening address, a keynote introductory lec­
ture, session discussions and the general concluding discussion. The
papers are reproduced here in camera ready form after editing, the
keynote lecture in the form of an abstract and the summaries of the
sessions and concluding discussion displayed in tabular matrix form
based on those provided by the session chairmen. It is hoped that the
reader will agree that these proceedings in their entirety do indeed
contribute towards achieving the final objective of the workshop as
laid out in the original invitation to the delegates which read "to
identify and set into motion effective means of cooperation aimed at
improving the measurement of strain at elevated temperatures".
As initiator of the workshop, I would like to thank the programme
committee not only for helping me in getting the idea off the ground
but also for kindly agreeing to join me in the editorial task. Thanks
are also due to the keynote speaker and session chairmen who all
played decisive roles in stimulating a rewarding discussion which,
after all, is perhaps the most essential ingredient of any workshop.
The contribution of the authors both in presenting their work and in
preparing their manuscripts is greatly appreciated as is the contribu­
tion of all delegates during discussion sessions. Whatever the prog­
ramme committee organised, without sufficient authors and dele­
gates there would obviously have been no workshop. More impor­
tantly for a truly successful workshop, numbers alone are insuffi­
cient, as motivated and enthousiastic participants are essential and it
is hoped that the fact that such participants were indeed present is re­
flected in these proceedings.
Finally I would like to thank my colleagues from the Information
Centre at J.R.C. Petten who contributed behind the scenes to the ef­
ficient organisation of the meeting and the compilation of this vol­
ume.
R.C. HURST.