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Journal of Welding and Joining
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The Korean Welding and Joining Society
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Volume & Issues
Volume 8, Issue 4 - Dec 1990
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Sep 1990
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Jun 1990
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Mar 1990
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Resistance spot welding of aluminum alloys
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 1~12
Economic consideration of TMCP steel for shipbuilding
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 13~26
The effect of silicon and manganese on
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 27~39
The effect of silicon and manganese, in the ranges of 0.3% to 1.0wt% Si and 0.7 to 2.6wt%Mn, on the microstructure and mechanical properties of flux cored arc welded deposits have been investigated for the purpose of improving mechanical properties. Microstructure of weld metals was mainly influenced by manganese content, and manganese increased the volum fraction of acicular ferrite and refined the microstructure. Also, tensile properties were governed by manganese content, ultimate tensile strength and yield strength were increased by approximately 82MPa and 58MPa per 1% Mn addition to the deposit. Toughness was improved by increasing Mn content and lowering Si content. Optimal impact properties were obtained at above 1.8wt% Mn and below 0.5wt% Si. Acicular ferrite was predominant factor in improving mechanical properties. Formation of acicular ferrite was promoted by manganese and no direct relationship between AF(acicular ferrite) proportion and oxygen in weld metal was found.
Fatigue properties of welded joints for TMCP steels
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 40~52
Fatigue behavior of the AH, DH and EH grade TMCP(Thermo-Mechanical Control Process) steels was studied. High cycle and low cycle fatigue tests were carried out for the weldment and base metal of each steel. The results showed that the fatigue limit at 2 *
cycles was 33 to 37 kg/
for the base metal and 30 to 34 kg/
for the weldment. The ratio of fatigue limit to tensile strength for TMCP steels was 0.65 to 0.71, which was a value close to the upper limit for the ordinary steels. It was also found that the high cycle fatigue behavior of TMCP steels could be affected by the microstructures of base metal. It will be necessary to have fine structure for TMCP steels to increase the fatigue resistance. In low cycle fatigue test, the fatigue lifetime of AH and DH steels accorded well with the ASME best fit curve, while that of EH steel was considerably lower than the fatigue lifetime of the other steels. Fatigue resistance of the weldment made by high heat input(180kJ/cm) welding was not lower than that made by low heat input(80kJ/cm) welding in case of high cycle fatigue, but the high heat input welding decreased the fatigue resistance in case of low cycle fatigue.
A method for analyzing heat conduction
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 53~57
Analytic solutions of heat conduction during welding which were first found by Resenthal have some restrictions. One of these is that models to which analytic solutions can be applied must have simple geometric shape, and another is that quasi-stationary state must be created. On the other hand, computational methods developed recently with the aid of the computer can overcome these shortcomings, but the methods raise problems from economic point of view when they are applied to 3 dimensional problems. Taking account of these problems, a new method combinig the analytic method with the computational one is proposed. This method can be ued in weldments with complicated geometric shape in non-stationary state, but with the aid of the analytic method can reduce the computing time.
Development of a vision sensor for measuring the weld groove parameters in arc welding process
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 58~69
In conventional arc welding, position error of the weld torch with respect to the weld seam and variation of groove dimension are induced by inaccurate fitup and fixturing. In this study, a vision system has been developed to recognize and compensate the position error and dimensional inaccuracy. The system uses a structured laser light illuminated on the weld groove and perceived by a C.C.D camera. A new algorithm to detect the edge of the reflected laser light is introduced for real time processing. The developed system was applied to arbitarary weld paths with various types of joint in arc welding process. The experimental results show that the proposed system can detect the weld groove parameters within good accuracy and yield good tracking performance.
Fabrication of stainless clad steel by hot rolling
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 2, 1990, Pages 70~79
Stainless clad steels were made through hot rolling process. Backing plates employed in this study were HSLA steel and mild steel. The shear bond strength increased with an increase of the soaking temperature and time. It was also found that the shear bond strength increased with an increase of the reduction ratio. The threshold deformation was observed to be 20% and 10% respectively when the soaking conditions of 15 min. at 900.deg. C and 30 min. at 1000.deg. C were applied. Either the rolling or the transverse direction did not give any significant difference in the shear bond strength. Stainless steel-HSLA steel was superior to stainless steel-mild steel in the same range of magnitude. Because the above experimental results were in contrary to the existing mechanisms, the new model was proposed to describe the bonding mechanism and the void formation.