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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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Welding data system(1)
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 1~10
Effects of electrode tips on the weldability of galvannealed steel
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 11~18
Effects of electrode tips shapes of spot welding on the galvannealed steel have been studied, and the results obtained from this studies are as follows. 1) Expulsion had no effect on the shear strength of the specimen but been observed on the tensile strength of the specimen. 2) Effect of holding time after welding was neglegible when the spot welding supplies enough heat input. 3) Depending on the sopt welding tip shape it has different weldbility. It has better weldability in the order of pointed shape, truncated shape and dome shape. But the effect of coolind was just the opposite of the above order.
A study on the cold pressure welding of dissimilar metals
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 19~27
This paper presents the weldability for cold pressure but welding method in junction of dissimilar metals each other. Although the weldability between the same aluminium metal plate welding has been studied, the study of itthe rod of aluminium and coper has not fully been investigated. The purpose is to suggest the optimal conditions on the rod of those under above method. To obtain the optimal conditions, associated experiments were performed in a various welding parameters. Consequently, it was proved that the mechanical properties such as tensile strength, hardness and bending strength could be obtained excellent particularly under the welding conditions; pressure is
, time is beyond 70 seconds, stage is higher than fifth stage.
A Study on the Debonding Phenomena of Clad Steel(1) -Deterioration of Interfacial Strength in Clad Steel by Thermal Treatment-
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 28~37
To clarify the debonding phenomena of clad steel, the effect of thermal treatment (temperature, holding time) on the interfacial strength of clad steel was preliminarily investigated. From this study, it was confirmed that the interfacial strength of clad steel was deteriorated by thermal treatment and the amount of strength deteriorated, depending on the condition of thermal treatment, could be evaluated by the following equation.
This equation implies that temperature has a far strong effect on strength deterioration than tiem. The deterioration of interfacial strength of clad steel after thermal treatment may be derived from the thermal stress caused by the difference in thermal expansion coefficient between component materials and microstructural change along the interface.
Effect of oxygen content on impact toughness of austenitic-and duplex stainless steel weld metal
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 38~45
An investigation was conducted to find out the factors influencing on the impact toughness of austenitic-and duplex stainless steel weld metal. Various welding process with commerically available consumables was adopted to get weld doposited metal. The oxygen content of each weld metal was very sensitiive to welding process, involving flux composition, shielding gas and structural features. The results of this study show tat the content of oxygen as an oxide inclusion significantly affects impact toughness, and .delta.-ferrite distribution is also correlated with resultant toughness value.
A study on the transverse shrinkage for the butt joint welding of plate
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 46~52
The mechanism of transverse shrinkage for the butt joint weldig of plates is investigated in this paper. It was certified that the compressive plastic strain due to thermal expansion of materials during heating play an important role on the transverse shrinkage. It was also pointed out that the transverse shrinkage has to be treated with the samples of which the shapes are as close to real shapes of welded materials as possible, because the distribution of temperature and relative rigidity of materials during welding have great influence on the transverse shrinkage. The formulas for the calculation of transverse shrinkage were presented and the experiments were carried out in order to verify the formulas. the main results are as follows; 1. For the bead-on-plate welding, the transverse shrinkage in the begining parts of welding is the smallest, the end parts is next and the transverse shrinkage of mid section is the largest. 2. In bead-on-plate welding, the equations presented in this paper concerning transverse shrinkage coincide fairly well with the experimental values generally. 3. Transverse shrinkage increases generally as specific heat input per unit thickness increaes.
Effect of PWHT and stress ratio on fatigue behavior of welded joints in steel
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 3, 1987, Pages 53~61
Post weld heat treatment(PWHT) is usually carried out to remove the residual stress and to improve the microstructure and mechanical properties of welded joints. By the way, welding structure transformed owing to PWHT and reheating for repair loads the random cycles fatigue as offshore welding structure of constant low cycle fatigue as pressure vessel, and then, pre-existing flaws or cracks exist in a structural component and those cracks grow under cyclic loading. Therefore, the effects of PWHT and stress ratio on fatigue crack growth behaviors were studied on the three regions such as HAZ, sub-critical HAZ and deposit metal of welded joints in SM53 steel. Fatigue crack growth behavior of as-weld depended on microstructure and fatigue crack growth rate of HAZ was the lowest at eac region, but after PWHT it was somewhat higher than that of as-wel. In case of applying the stress(
) during PWHT, fatigue crack growth resistance tended to increase in the overall range of .DELTA.K.