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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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The manufacturing of clad steel and its utilization
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 1~11
laser beam welding for low carbon steels
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 12~21
Laser beam welding parameters have experimentally investigated, using a continuous wave 3kW
laser with the various travel speeds, beam mode and laser beam power in low carbon steels. An optimum position of focus and the effect of shielding gas on penetration depth with varying the flow range of 0.5 to 5.1m/min have been combined to investigate the effect of laser power and travel speed on penetration depth and bead width. It is found that the optimum position of focus in 3kW class laser is 0.5 to 1.5mm below the surface of the material. The flow rate of shielding gas affects the penetration depth and He is more effective than Ar. The penetration depth in laser welds of low carbon steels is between two and four times of the bead width. Laser beam welding of butt joints in 2mm thick carbon steel has been carried out to establish a weldability lobe. The lobe indicating acceptable welding conditions is introduced.
A study on weld distortion in butt and fillet welds of a steel plate by flux cored arc welding
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 22~29
In this paper weld distortion both in butt and fillet welds by flux cored arc welding has been investigated by changing welding parameters such as heat input and plate thickness, and the weld distortion was expressed as a function of welding parameters adopting the inherent strain theory as proposed by Watanabe and Satoh in 1961. As results of the research it is proposed that transverse shrinkage in root pass butt welds in proportional to ln[(Q/t_-tan.theta.] where Q is heat input(cal/mm), t is plate thickness(mm), and 2.theta. is groove angle(degree), and angular distortion .phi.(radian) in one pass of fillet welds has the following relationship: .phi..var.(Q/
3/] These equations provide us with basic tools to predict the amount of weld distortion in welded structures.
Effect of heat treatment on mechanical properties of overlay welds
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 30~37
Effect of heat treatment on mechanical properties of an overlay weldment was investigated. Over welding was carried out on the structural C-Mn mild steel substrate to take required test specimens. Shielded metal arc welding process with 13Cr-0.2Ni stick electrode was applied. The heat treatment temperatures and holding times were
and 0.5hr, 2hr, 10hr, respectively. Mechanical tests and microscopic inspection were also carried out to investigate welds soundness. Test results indicated that carbon migration was dominant near bonded zone. At temperature of around 650.deg. C, carburized layer and decarburized layer were formed remarkably along overlay welds region and C-Mn mild steel region, respectively. The wideth of these layers became wider with increasing heat treatment temperature and/or holding time at the elevated temperature, and this relationship agreed with Larson-Miller parameter. Side bending test results demonstrated that the crack free region of overlay welds could be deduced from the relationship between temperature and holding time.
A Study on the Behaviour of Plastic Deformation in Weld HAZ of Mild Steel
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 38~45
In this study, in order to evaluate the shape and the size of the plastic zone at the notch tip before stable crack growth, a newly developed technique for plastic strain measurement, that is, the recrystallization-etching technique was applied to observe the intense strain zone at the notch tip of weld HAZ. 1) The recrystallized specimens showed that the amount of the intense strain zone, more than 20% plastic zone, was quantitatively observed as the plane strain state during the growth of the plastic zone. 2) The behavior of plastic deformation at midsection are different for parent and weld HAZ. In addition, the micro crack initiation occurs at midsection, parent and weld HAZ when the crack opening displacement(COD) value is .delta.
=0.4mm. 3) The plastic zone for parent proceeds in the forward direction at notch tip and for weld HAZ in the right and left direction at the notch tip. 4) The relation between plastic strain energy(Wp) and COD(.delta.
) depended on yield stress, gradient and plastic strain size.ize.
Residual stresses on plasma sprayed zirconia coatings
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 46~55
Zirconia coatings are performed by the plasma spraying on the substrate of Al-Si alloy. In case of plasma sprayed ceramic coatings, it is important to control properly residual stress occurred during cooling process. Residual stress in coating layer varies with sprayed conditions and is influenced greatly by the coating layer thickness. Surface residual stress due to coating layer thickness is measured by X-ray diffraction method and the residual stress in coating layer is estimated by the deflection of coating layer when the restraint force in substrate was removed. When zirconia was coated on the substrate, tensile residual stress remains on zirconia coated surface layer. The tensile stress is increased to 0.35mm thickness and after 0.45mm thickness it is decreased abrouptly. A thick bond and composite coating reduce the zirconia surface stress and composite coating controls effectively the thick zirconia surface stress.
소형 펀치시험에 의한 강용접부의 파괴강도 평가에 관한 연구 2
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 7, issue 4, 1989, Pages 56~67
In this study, the possibility of evaluating the peculiar fracture strength of weldment in high strength steels was investigated by means of a small punch(SP) test. In order to obtain the ductile-brittle transition temperature(DBTT) of SP energy by which the fracture strength of weldment in structural steels such as SS41 and SM53B steels had been evaluated in our preceding publication, the effects of notches and loading rates on SP energy were discussed. It was found that the correspondence of SP energy to critical COD at test temperature -196.deg. C showed a linear relation with some deviation. The empirical correlation with scatter band, Esp/(Esp)p = 1.67[.delta./(.delta./sub c//(.delta./sub c/)/sub p/]-0.55, was developed between the SP energy ratio and critical COD ratio of each weld structure compared with parent material at test temperature -196.deg. C. In addition, there did not appear to be a significant effect of test materials and specimen size etc. on the correlation.