عنوان مقاله [English]
In the present paper, gas turbine blade made of Inconel 939 superalloy creep behavior under rotation and thermal stress which is obtained from thermoelastic analysis is studied. Four models including Larson-Miller, Orr-Sherby-Dorn, Manson-Hoferd, and Minimum Commitment Method are used for creep analysis and their results are compared. At the first step, material constants of these four models are obtained by curve fitting of experimental results provided by COST-50. Then with use of these temperature dependent material constants, finite element model is created and stress due to temperature distribution and blade rotation is determined. Temperature range of blade is obtained from 1050 K to 1200 K. Because obtained von- Mises stress is below the yield stress of Inconel 939 at above temperature range, viscoelastic creep analysis is done by ABAQUS creep subroutine. Obtained results show that Larson-Miller and Minimum Commitment Method predict lower creep rate and creep strain relative to two other models. Also analysis results show that creep is more important at points with higher temperature.