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Journal of Welding and Joining
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 1987
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 1987
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 1987
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 1987
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마찰 용접기의 개발과 적용
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 2~15
오스테나이트계 스테인레스강 용접부의 DELTA-FERRITE 생성인자
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 16~22
Arc efficiency and kerf width in plasma arc cutting process
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 23~33
Plasma arc cutting is a fusion cutting process in which a gas constricted arc is employed to produce high temperature, high velocity jet at the workpiece. Even though the plasma arc cutting has been wid¬ely used in the industry, very little work has been done on the analysis of the process. In this paper, the kerf width was numerically analyzed by soving the temperature distribution in base metal under consideration of the latent heat effect. In modelling the heat flow problem, the heat intensity of the plasma arc was assumed to have a Gaussion distribution in the transverse direction and expone¬ntially decreasing in the thickness direction. The thermal efficiency and the heat input ratio of the top surface were experimentally deterimned for various thickness and cutting conditions, and used in numerical calculation of the kerf width. The experimental results were in eonsiderabely good agreement with the theoretically predicted kerf width.
A study on the identification of the weld defects and hydrogen embrittlement in heat affected zone of AISI 5160 spring steel using thermal analysis technique
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 34~41
To explore the possible application of thermal analysis technique as a probe for finding weld defects, Hydrogen trapping phenomena in Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) of the AISI 5160 spring steel were investigated. HAZ was divided into five parts, which were used as thermal analysis specimens. Two types of trap sites were found in HAZ, ferrite/cementin interface and microvoid. The thermal analysis peak due to the ferrite/cementite interface increased its height toward the weld deposit. The thermal analysis peak due to the microvoid was the highest where the grain size was the smallest. The correspondence between the cold cracking and hydrogen trap nature is also discussed.
The application of forman equation for fatigue crack propagation in welding residual stress region
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 42~56
Fatigue Fracture behaviors of the TIG-welded aluminum alloys, such as Al 2024-T4, A1 5050-0 and Al 7075-T7 were investigated when a crack propagated from tensile residual stress region and compressive residual stress region. The experimental values were compared with the values expected by the Forman equation. The experimental results are summarized as the following: (1) In case of fatigue crack propagation from residual stress region, the values predicted by Forman equation were Found to exactly corresponded to the experimental values. (2) When the stress intensityfactors affected by compressive residual stress, Kres, were greater than the stress intensity factors by minimum applied stresses. Kmin, the Forman equation was found to be improper to be applied directly, but the equation appeared to be proper, if the stress ratio was modified to zero. (3) The experimental results confirmed that residual stress was relaxed by repeated tensile loading and the relaxing trend was greater in case of compressive residual stress than that of tensile residual stress.
A study on the evaluation method for slag detachability
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 57~63
A method which can be used for evaluating slag detachability is proposed in this study. The proposed method was intended to get an absolute value for slag detachability, to give consistent value for a given welded joint, and finally to be simple to test. With a test fig made in this study, an impact by dropping a steel ball (13Kg in weight) is applied on the back side of an as-welded plate having a slag layer on the weld bead. Such impact applied forces the slag to drop off from the bead surface. In order to make a quantitative evaluation the amount of slag removed was measured with increasing the number of drops. Using this method six kinds of fluxes were evaluated in terms of the effects of flux type, basicity and weding variables on the slag detachability. As an initial result of this test, it was found that welding heat input affects the detachability significantly. Most importantly the evaluation made using the presently proposed method gives the same order of ranking as that of the actual practice done by a welder.
A study on the weldability of galvannealed steel in spot welding process
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 64~72
The Weldability of gavannealed steel using spot welder has been studied. The Results obtained are a follows; 1) Welds size and strength were increased depending on the welding time and welding current. But, the increasing rate has been decreased. 2) Deposited zinc has affected on the wear of welding tips and growth of welds but has not affected the weld's structures. 3) On shear testing of the specimen, button fracture has been observed and the value was approximately 540Kg (welds dia. approximately .phi.4mm)
Cr-Mo강 용접후 열처리재의 피로파괴에 관한 연구
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 1, 1987, Pages 73~80
During PWHT, it is well known that residual stress in weld HAZ is one of the reasons for PWHT embitterment. In case of static loading, it was experimentally found that fracture toughness of weld HAZ was dependant upon PWHT conditions. However, the effects of PWHT on fatigue behavior are not clearly verified. Therefore, in this paper, the effects of heating rate PWHT conditions and residual stress simulated in weld HAZ of Cr-Mo steel on fatigue crack propagation behavior were evaluated by fatigue Testing and SEM observation. The obtained results are summarized as follows; 1. Applied stress(
) in weld HAZ during PWHT tneded to decrease fatigue strength and to increase fatigue crack growth rate. 2. Applied stress and slow heating rate of 60.deg. C/hr during PWHT contributed to precipitin of impurity elements as well as carbide, which promoted the fatigue crack growth. 3. Fatigue crack growth rate decreased at the heating rate of 220.deg. C/hr in contrast with 600.deg. C/hr and 60.deg. C/hr.