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- 2Microalloyed Steel
- 1Application of infinite elements to welding
- 1Borle, Steven D
- 1Dueck, Meghan, E
- 1Guest, Stuart Dan
- 1Lecoanet, Alexandre J L
- 1McIntosh, Cory L
- 1Mohammadijoo, Mohsen
Seven Ni-WC tubular wires utilized in this study were characterized by the nickel sheath area, powder composition, and overall initial carbide volume fraction of the wire prior to welding. The electrical resistivity of steel, stainless steel, and Ni-WC welding consumables were measured from...
During the past several decades, the relationship between microstructure and mechanical properties of high strength microalloyed steels has been extensively studied in an effort to improve the fracture toughness and strength of these types of steels, without appreciably increasing steel...
Heat distribution measurements in Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) were concurrently measured at the cathode and anode giving increased insight and prediction capabilities. A calorimeter and water cooled cathode were used to determine energy partitions in GMAW for various electrodes, currents,...
Finite Element Model of the Thermal Profile During Submerged Arc Welding with One and Two ElectrodesDownload
The submerged-arc welding (SAW) process is used extensively in the manufacturing of pipes. The heat flow introduced by the welding operation has a significant impact on the properties of both the weld metal and the heat affected zone (HAZ). The work presented in this thesis aims to develop a...
Welding is defined as the joining of metals with extreme heat, producing fumes, which consist of harmful metals and ultrafine particulates that may lead to detrimental health effects. Currently, air sampling is the primary method to determine welding fume exposure, but is not always feasible....
Microstructural Characterization of Chromium Carbide Overlays and a Study of Alternative Welding Processes for Industrial Wear ApplicationsDownload
Microstructural features of chromium carbide overlays (CCOs) were examined in this work. It was found that the microstructures can contain unmelted alloy powders. It was also shown that the structures of the primary M7C3 carbides are long hexagonal rods. Change in the microstructure from the top...
It is difficult to join high strength alloy steel which are produced by thermo mechanical controlled processing and get overmatched properties on the welds and heat affected zone (HAZ) when submerged arc welding (SAW) is used as joining process. Circumferential welds made in the mill to join...
Ductile steel plate shear walls are an established lateral load resisting system. Past research indicates that cold-rolled infill panels less than 1 mm in thickness present one solution to an overstrength problem arising from selecting an infill panel thickness based on ease of welding and...