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Journal of Welding and Joining
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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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Quality assurance of covered arc welding electrodes
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 1~12
Laser beam porcessing technique
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 13~23
A study on friction welding of 2024 aluminium
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 24~30
2024 Aluminium was welded by domestic manufactured continuous type friction welder. The problems and optimum condition were studied in 2024 Al-2024 Al cases. Mechanical tests and microstructure analysis were studeid. Interfacial temperature of welding was predicted by FDM. The obtained results are as follows: 1) In case of Al-Al, the optimum condition range was wide. 2) At the boundary zone, fine recrystallized zone was not harmful to the mechanical property and no growth of precipitation was observed. 3) In case of Al-Al, temperature gradient can be predictedby FDM and heat input can be taken as weld parameter.
The bonding mechanism and bond strength of cold pressure welding
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 31~38
The bonding mechanism and bond strength were investigated for the cold pressure welding of Al to Al, Cu to Cu and Al to Cu by upsetting. A phenomenon of bonding betweenthe metallic components has been observed by a scanning electron microscope and metallurgical microscope. A modified equation for bond strength with respect to the reduction of height shows reasonably a good agreement with the experimental data. When the values of the hardening factor and threshold deformation for the given materials could be determined, the theoretical bond strength can be calculated.
Study on the hydrogen embrittlement crack susceptibility of stainless steel overlaid weld metal (1)
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 39~52
The research is to insure the soundness of the stainless steel overlaid weld metal(21/4Cr-IMo steel + SUS 309L) for a pressure vessel application. Detail studies were conducted for the PWHT influence on the micrstructure and intergranular corrosion characteristics of the overlaid weld metal as well as initiation of hydrogen embrittlement crack(or Disbonding) when welded metal are exposed to the hydrogen atmosphere. Hydrogen was experimentally charged to the overlaid weld metal in order to study PWHT effect on the susceptibility of hydrogen embrittlement crack. The results of this research are as follows: 1. At the bond region, austenite grain of the stainless steel side became coarsed and Cr23C6 type carbide was precipitated at the coarsed austenitic grain boundaries. Intergranular Corrosion width(by Straiss test) increased with increasing PWHT temperature and PWHT time.
Temperature analysis of thick plate during welding (1)
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 53~59
Temperature distribution of thick plate during welding was investigated. Applied weldng process was shielded metal arc welding which was known as one of the most utilized processes in fabrication fields. Heating and cooling cycles were recorded by imploying high fidelity recorded and K-type thermocouple of 0.3mm in diameter. Both analytical and numerical calculations were preformed so as to verify the thermal cycle measurement. Results showed that the temperature of a welded points at given time could be predicted by the theoretical calculations. It was considered that methods could be applied to real structural components with slight modification.
A study on development of plasma-arc cutting system with computer-numerical control
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 60~69
Plasma arc cutting is a fusion cutting process in which a gas-constricted arc is employed to produce a high-temperature, high-velocity plasma jet on the workpiece. This process provides some advantages such as increased cutting velocity, excellent working accuracy and the ability to cut special materials (widely used stainless steels and Al-alloys, for example), when compared with iconventional oxyfuel gas cutting. From the view point of price and reliability of the power source, plasma arc cutting has also some distinct advantages over laser beam cutting. High-speed machines with NC or CNC systems are needed for the plasma arc or laser beam cutting process, while for oxyfuel gas cutting, low-speed machines with copying templates or optical-shape tracking sensors can be applied. The low price and high flexibility of the microprocessor arc contributing more and more the application of CNC system in the plasma arc cutting process, as in other manufacturing fields. From these points of view, a microprocessor-based plasma arc cutting system was developed by using a reference-pulse system, and its performance was tested. The interpolating routines were programmed in the assembly language for saving the memory volume and improving the compouting speed, which has an intimate relationship with the available cutting velocity.
A study on the seam tracking in
fillet welding by using an arc sensor
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 70~78
The harsh nature of welding environments makes welding a prime candidate for process automation. Among the variety of welding processes available, gas metal arc welding is one of the most frequently used methods, primarily because it is highly suited to a wide range of applications, and also to automation. Automatic seam tracking method is one of the most demanded techniques for automatic control of arc welding. In this study a seam tracking system has been developed by using the welding arc itself as a sensor. This paper described the principle and experimental result of the arc sensor system, as well as the development and application of the automatic
welding for the horizontal fillet welding. A basic problem in horizontal fillet welding is the prevention of hanging bead formation such as undercut at the vertical plate and overlap at the horizontal plate. To produce the symmetric bead shape, the relationship of bead shape to welding parameters(welding velocity, weaving width, weaving speed, tip to workpiece distance) was also investigated.
Yielding behavior and yield strength of plate structure containing softened region
Journal of Welding and Joining, volume 8, issue 3, 1990, Pages 79~88
Welded joint often contains soft or softened regions such as the HAZ of TMCP steel welded with high heat input. In this study, the equivalent yield strength of plate structure containing softened region was predicted by FEM analysis, and its incremental behavior was explained with the results of the analysis. The calculated results of yield strength indicated the following for the plate structures. 1) As the softened region starts to yield, shear stress begins to build up along the boundary between base metal and softened region. This results in multi-axial stress condition which gives restraint on the softened region. 2) Restraint effect has a significant influence on the distribution of the shear stress, the nominal stress, and the strain. 3) The yielding behavior of softened region becomes the same as that of base metal when both ratios of length to width and thickness to width of softened region are larger than 30 and 13 respectively.