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Journal of Welding and Joining
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The Korean Welding and Joining Society
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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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라멜라 균열(Lamellar tearing)의 발생기구와 방지대책
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 1~11
back shielding gas on the property change of GTA weldment
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 12~21
To investigate the suitability of nitrogen gas as an internal purging gas, various properties of GTA welded joints of duplex, 316L stainless steel, Cu-Ni alloy pipe using nitrogen purging gas were evaluated with reference to onew purged with argon gas. Mechanical properties evaluated by the tensile, bending test, and hardness value of welded joints with nitrogen gas purging did not show any difference those with argon gas. General and local corrosion rates of each welded joint prepared by nitrogen gas purging also showed no difference with those prepared by argon gas. Based on the present test results it is confirmed that nitrogen is a suitable purging gas for GTA welding of stainless steels and nonferrous piping systems, which can be used at lower cost instead of argon.
Clad강의 debonding 현상에 대한 연구 2
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 22~27
The debonding of clad steel was often occurred at interface between stainless steel and carbon steel during the fabrication of pressure vessel. In order to clarify the causes of debonding phenomena, the fabrication sequences were fully analyzed. As a result, possible factors were noticed for causing the debonding of clad steel, that is, thermal treatment on weldment and welding. Moreover the existence of hydrogen diffused from surroundings also expedites the debonding of clad steel. In this stud, the effect of welding thermal cycle, hydrogen and mixed condition under thermal treatment on the interfacial strength of clad steel were investigated to understand the debonding mechanism of clad steel. From this study, it has been confirmed that the interfacial strength of clad steel was remarkablely deteriorated due to welding and/or existence of hydrogen under thermal treatment. In the case of welding thermal cycle effect, the higher temperature at interface experienced by welding, the more reduction in interfacial strength of clad steel resulted in. And the existence of diffusible hydrogen also reduced the interfacial strength. It is also found that the interfacial strength of clad steel became much lower value than that of the as-received plate under coexistence of above mentioned factors.
A study on the weldability of TMCP steel plates in underwater wet arc welding
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 28~35
The feasibility of underwater wet arc welding process is experimentally investigated by using high titanium oxide type electrodes and TMCP steel plates as base metal. It is assertained the tis process may be put to practical use. Main results are summarized as follows; (1) Sound underwater weld can be obtained by skilled welding operator, if proper welding conditions are selected. (2) In underwater wet arc welding process, the mechanical properties of HAZ are depend upon welding condition and the optimum welding condition can obtained. (3) The maximum hardness in the HAZ of TMCP steel plates is increased significantly in this welding process.
The variation of SCC resistance in duplex stainless steel weldment
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 36~46
The impact toughness and SCC resistance of duplex stainless steel weldment made by GTAW, GMAW and SMAW processes was studied. The impact toughness of GTA weld metal was higher than that of GMA weld metal which contained more ferrite phase than GTA weld metal. The impact toughness of SMA weld metal was the lowest due to the harmful effect of inclusions inspite of richness of more ductile austenite phase. From these facts, it can be concluded that the important factors determining the weld metal toughness were the amount of ferrite phase and the cleaness of weld metal. While the SCC resistance of SMA weld metal was lower than that of base metal and nay other weld metal, the SCC resistance of GMA and GTA weld metal was higher than that of base metal but that of all the HAZ's were lower than that of base metal. Therefore, the impact toughness and SCC resistance of GTA and GMA weldment was pretty good as long as phase ratio was propertly controlled. Although the phase ratio was controlled, SMA weld metal could not get a good combination because the lack of shielding from the environment results in a high content of inclusions in weld metal.
Application of Plackett-Burman model in welding experiments : effects of welding parameters on bead shape in Cu-Ni PULSE MIG process
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 5, issue 4, 1987, Pages 47~53
The purpose of this study is to reexamine our test method in the light ofstatistical methods for data interpretation. Our trial to apply Plackett-Burman statistical model in multifactorial welding experiments shows that is saves much time and cost and extracts very accurate results. In this study, the parametric effects of bead shape on pulse MIG process in Cu-Ni alloy are investigated for verifying our trial.