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Famous Failures: How Low Can You Go? Selecting Materials for Cryogenic Temperatures

May 3, 2022 3:20 pm

Watch this “Famous Failures” webinar to learn key considerations for selecting materials to be used in cryogenic temperatures. Douglas Wells, a structural materials engineer from NASA and Dave Kovarik, an NSL failure analyst presented various examples of use by NASA in ground test and flight systems. They also discussed variations in strength, toughness, and fatigue as a function of temperature, in addition to the tests used to characterize these materials.

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How Low Can You Go? Material Selection Considerations for Cryogenic Temperatures

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