Material Fracture Life Prediction Using Linear Regression Techniques Under High Temperature Creep Conditions
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Author/sFernandez Martinez, Roberto; Jimbert, Pello; Barbero, Jose Ignacio; Callejo, Lorena M.; Somocueto, Igor
Generalized linear regression
Enhanced linear regression
9–12% Cr martensitic steels are widely used for critical components of new, high-efficiency, ultra-supercritical power plants because of their high creep and oxidation resistances. Due to the time consuming effort of obtaining creep properties for new alloys under high temperature creep conditions, in both short-term and long-term testing, it is often dealt with simplified models to assess and predict the future behavior of some materials. In this work, the total time to produce the material fracture is predicted according to models obtained using several linear techniques, since this property is really relevant in power plants elements. These models are obtained based on 344 creep tests performed on modified P92 steels. A multivariate analysis and a feature selection were applied to analyze the influence of each feature in the problem, to reduce the number of features simplifying the model and to improve the accuracy of the model. Later, a training-testing validation methodology was ...