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Corrosion Characteristics of Welding Zone by Types of Repair Welding Filler Metals and Post Weld Heat Treatment
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Corrosion Characteristics of Welding Zone by Types of Repair Welding Filler Metals and Post Weld Heat Treatment
Lee, Sung-Yul; Moon, Kyung-Man; Lee, Yeon-Chang; Kim, Yun-Hae; Jeong, Jae-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Recently, the fuel using in the diesel engines of marine ships has been changed to a low quality of heavy oil because of the steady increase in the price of oil. Therefore, the wear and corrosion in all parts of the engine such as the cylinder liner, piston crown, and spindle and seat ring of exhaust valves has correspondingly increased. The repair welding of a piston crown is a unique method for prolonging its lifetime from an economic point of view. In this case, filler metals with a high corrosion and wear resistance are mainly being used for repair welding. However, often at a job site on a ship, a piston crown is actually welded with mild filler metals. Therefore, in this study, mild filler metals such as CSF350H, E8000B2, and 435 were welded to SS401 steel as the base metal, and the corrosion properties of the weld metals with and without post weld heat treatment were investigated using some electrochemical methods in a 0.1% solution. The weld metal welded with CSF350H filler metal exhibited the best corrosion resistance among these filler metals, irrespective of the heat treatment. However, the weld metal zones of the E8000B2 and 435 filler metals exhibited better and worse corrosion resistance with the heat treatment, respectively. As a result, it is suggested that in the case of repair welding with CSF350H and 435 filler metals, no heat treatment is advisable, while heat treatment is desirable if E8000B2filler metal is used with repair welding.
 Keywords
Weld metal;Repair welding;Post weld heat treatment;Corrosion resistance;Corrosion current density;Polarization curves;
 Language
English
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