I am looking for some information on how to calculate fatigue life for materials at temperatures elevated into the creep realm. ASME Sec 8 Div 2 describes how to do this for carbon steel below 700F and stainless below 800F, but I am interested in temperatures > 1000F. I am performing an FEA and I have some high peak stresses (hot spots) that I do not how to deal with. Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to calculate fatigue life in the creep realm?

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