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Journal of Welding and Joining
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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 1989
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Sep 1989
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 1989
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 1989
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Stress concentration on weldments
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 1~6
The manufacturing of clad steel and its utilization
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 7~18
The study on dynamic fracture toughness of friction-welded M.E.F. dual phase steel
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 19~27
Both the SS41 steel and the M.E.F(martensite encapsulated islands of frrite) dual phase steel made of SS41 steel by heat treatment were welded by friction welding, and then manufactured machinemade Vnotch standard Charpy impact specimens and precracked with a fatigue system at BM(base metal), HAZ(heat affected zone) and WZ(weld interface Zone). The impact test of them was performed with an instrumented impact test machine at a number of temperatures in constant loading velocity and the dynamic fracture characteristics were studied on bases of the absorbed energy, dynamic fracture toughness and fractography from the test. The results obtained are as follows; At the room temperature, the absorbed energy is HAZ.geq.WZ.geq.BM in case of the M.E.F. dual phase steel: BM.geq.HAZ.geq.WZ in case of the SS41 steel, HAZ.geq.BM.geq.WZ at the low temperature. The absorbed energy is decreased markedly with the temperature lowering; it is highly dependent on the temperature. The dynamic fracture toughness of the M.E.F. dual phase steel is HAZ.geq.WZ.geq.BM at the room temperature; BM.geq.WZ.geq.HAZ below-60.deg. C. Therefore the reliability of friction welding is uncertain at the low temperature(below-60.deg. C). The dynamic fracture toughness of the SS41 steel; HZA.geq.WZ.geq.BM at overall temperature region. The flaw formed by rotational upsetting pressure was shown y SEM; in this region. The absorbed energy per unit area and dynamic fracture toughness were low relative to other region.
소형 펀치 시험에 의한 강용접부의 파괴강도 평가에 관한 연구 1
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 28~35
It was reported that the toughness for welded region was influenced by various factors such as the gradient for prior austenite grain size, the variation of microhardness and the characteristic microstructure depending on distance from the fusion boundary. Therefore, in order to evaluate the fracture strength of the weldment in which the microstructures change continuously, it is important to assess the peculiar strength of each microstructure in welded region. It was known that the small punch(SP) test technique which was originally developed to study the irradiation damage effect for the structures of nuclear power plant was also useful to investigate the strength evaluating of nonhomogeneous materials. In this paper, by means of a small punch test technique the possibility of evaluating strength of parent and welded region in SS41 and SM53B steels was investigated. The obtained results are summerized as follows: 1) The small punch test which showed markedly the ductile-brittle transition behavior in this experiment may be applied to evaluation for the fracture strength of welded region. 2) It was shown that the ductile-brittle regime lied in Region III(plastic membrane stretching region) of the flow characteristics observed in SP test. 3) The SP test technique which shows a more precipitous energy change transition behavior than the other test technique is able to estimate the more precise transition temperature. 4) It could be seen that in comparision with the structure of parent the structure of weld HAZ in SS41 steel was improved while it in SM53B steel was deteriorated.
Effect of Sn and P on the shear strength of copper to stainless steel brazed joint
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 36~43
The furnace brazing in a Ar of copper to martensitic stainless steel(13.5Cr) using Cu-(5~8%)P-(0~8%)Sn powders was investigated. Shear strength, wettability, reacted layer, defect ratio at the stainless steel interface was evaluated. As Sn was added to the Cu-P powders, defect ratio and P content at the stainless steel interface decreased. And also as Sn was added, defect form at the stainless steel interface changed from the continuous layer to the discrete type, and shear strength of the brazed joint increased.
Effects of microstructure and welding heat input on the toughness of weldable high strength steel weldments
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 44~54
This study was undertaken to evaluate the allowable welding heat input range for high strength steels manufactured by various processes and to compare the weldability of TMCP steel for high heat input welding with that of conventional Ti-added normalized steel. The allowable welding heat input ranges for conventional 50kg/
steel to guarantee D or E grade of ship structural steel were below 150 and 80kJ/cm respectively. Such a limit in welding heat input was closely related with the formation of undesirable microstructures, such as grain boundary ferrite and ferrite side plate in the coarse grain HAZ. In case of 60 and 80kg/
quenched and tempered steels, for securing toughness in weldments over toughness requirements for base metal, each welding heat input had to be restricted below 60 and 40kJ/cm, that was mainly due to coarsened polygonal ferrite in weld metal and lower temperature transformation products in coarse grain HAZ. The TMCP steel could be appropriate as a grade E ship hull steel up to 200kJ/cm, but the Ti-added normalized steel could be applied only below 130kJ/cm under the same rule. This difference was partly owing to whether uniform and fine intragranular ferrite microstructure was well developed in HAZ or not.
A study on the formation and mechanical properties of the spray deposits by thermal spray
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 3, 1989, Pages 55~62
Variation of the spray droplet velocity with spraying distance and the microstructural characteristics of spray deposits fromed by oxy-fuel thermal spraying with Ni-base alloy powder contained chrome boride for hard facing were examined. Measurements of spray droplet velocity as a function of distance from the nozzle tip were inexcellent agreement with computer simulated predictions. Optimum condition for thermal spray deposits in this experiment was found to be under
of acceleration gas pressure with 15cm of spraying distance. Fine microstructure and higher microhardness of the initial part of the deposits due to rapid solidification were found to be able to maintained in a thickness up to 0.4mm, and this initial microstructure and properties could be maintained throughout the thickness of a thick spray deposits by performing the multipass spraying with 0.4mm thickness of each pass.