Last edited by Zoloramar
Friday, July 31, 2020 | History

1 edition of Cast-To-Cast Variations In Weld Penetration In Austenitic Stainless Steels found in the catalog.

Cast-To-Cast Variations In Weld Penetration In Austenitic Stainless Steels

Jouko Leinonen

Cast-To-Cast Variations In Weld Penetration In Austenitic Stainless Steels

by Jouko Leinonen

  • 257 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by University of Oulu in Oulu .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination94 p.
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24721878M

G. Song, in Welding and Joining of Magnesium Alloys, Introduction. What is MIG welding? MIG welding (metal inert gas welding) is a method of arc ly, the literature regarding the welding process of Mg alloys has increased rapidly, mainly focusing on arc welding, 1, 2 laser beam welding, 3–5 electron beam welding, 6 diffusion welding 7, 8 and friction stir welding.   The most important consideration when welding a stainless steel is to know what grade is being welded. There are three major types of stainless steel: austenitic, ferritic, and martensitic. Many ferritic stainless steels are very weldable. Austenitic stainless steels can be weldable as well.

The most common welding imperfection for stainless steels is cracking. Even with austenitic stainless steels, the most readily welded of all stainless steels, has a risk of cracking. This is because austenitic steels lack ferrite, which dissolves harmful impurities that result in cracks. Austenitic stainless steels typically have % chromium (Cr) and % nickel (Ni). Type , which contains approximately 18%Cr and 10%Ni, is a commonly used alloy for welded fabrications and these alloys can be readily welded using any of the arc welding processes (TIG, MIG, MMA and SA).

Welding stainless steel can be tricky because it is very good at retaining heat, and this can lead to problems such as warping, embrittlement, and rust. In fact, as little as five amps can make the difference between the perfect weld and a blued or burnt-through part. Welding of austenitic stainless steels for cryogenic LNG applications of the austenitic steel and the main influences on the achieved test data have to be discussed. The mechanical properties are also hardly influenced by variation of the delta ferrite content and the electrode diameter as shown in Figure 4 using for example an.


Share this book
You might also like
GULFSTREAM PIPELINE PROJECT... DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT... FERC/DEIS-0129D... U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY... SEPTEMBER 2000.

GULFSTREAM PIPELINE PROJECT... DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT... FERC/DEIS-0129D... U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY... SEPTEMBER 2000.

Social and economic decline as factors in conflict in the Caucasus

Social and economic decline as factors in conflict in the Caucasus

2000 Import and Export Market for Office Machines in Austria

2000 Import and Export Market for Office Machines in Austria

Aluminum in the environment and human health.

Aluminum in the environment and human health.

Nation-building and citizenship

Nation-building and citizenship

Tabletop: First IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems

Tabletop: First IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems

Fourteen sermons preached in Lambeth Chapel

Fourteen sermons preached in Lambeth Chapel

A guide to democratic jargon

A guide to democratic jargon

Final covers for solid waste landfills and abandoned dumps

Final covers for solid waste landfills and abandoned dumps

Principles of marketing

Principles of marketing

Coreduction of TiCl₄, AlCl₃, and VCl₄ to produce titanium alloy sponge

Coreduction of TiCl₄, AlCl₃, and VCl₄ to produce titanium alloy sponge

A B C of Sodality organization.

A B C of Sodality organization.

National institute on class actions

National institute on class actions

Physiology of cardiac surgery

Physiology of cardiac surgery

University astronomy

University astronomy

Cast-To-Cast Variations In Weld Penetration In Austenitic Stainless Steels by Jouko Leinonen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Progress report on an investigation of cast-to-cast variations in weld bead shape and penetration during the mechanised autogenous TIG welding [GTA welding] of austenitic stainless steels (,L).

EB and laser welds are discussed. Member Report / Buy Cast-to-cast variations in penetration during mechanised welding of austenitic stainless steels: Progress report by De Rosa, Mrs.

S (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mrs. S De Rosa. One problem that has arisen with very low sulphur steels is a phenomenon known as ‘cast to cast variation’ or ‘variable penetration’.

The weld pool in a low sulphur steel (penetration; a steel with sulphur over some % has a narrower, more deeply penetrating weld bead. J.-L. Fihey, R. Simoneau, in Welding in Energy-Related Projects, CONCLUSION. The GTA weldability of a low sulfur stainless steel plate has been investigated.

With pure argon shielding gas the plate exhibits a poor penetration penetration is increased with an Ar −% O 2 mixture, however the weld pool may be unstable depending upon the welding parameters.

Abstract. The effect of various welding parameters on the penetration of GTA welds has been investigated. Increases in welding speed were found to reduce penetration; however, increases in welding current were observed to increase the penetration in high sulfur (HS) casts and decrease penetration in low sulfur (LS) steels.

martensitic stainless steels. Steels with over % C often require a post weld heat treatment to soften and toughen the weld. AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL The austenitic stainless steels contain % Cr, % Ni + Mn, up to % C and small amounts of a few other elements such as Mo, Ti, Nb (Cb) and Ta.

The balance between the Cr and Ni. One problem that has arisen with very low sulphur steels is a phenomenon known as 'cast to cast variation' or 'variable penetration'. The weld pool in a low sulphur steel (penetration; a steel with sulphur over some % has a narrower, more deeply penetrating weld.

tenitic stainless steels have been con­ ducted for many years. It has been observed since the early 's1 that hot cracking in austenitic stainless steel weldments is reduced or pre­ vented when a small amount of delta ferrite is present.

Early studies by Bor­ land2 and Hull3 supported the fact that vol-% of delta ferrite in weld­. In the cast stainless steels structures may be austenitic, ferritic, martensitic, or ferric-austenitic (duplex).

The structure of a particular grade is primarily determined by composition. Chromium, molybdenum, and silicon promote the formation of ferrite (magnetic), while carbon, nickel, nitrogen, and manganese favor the formation of austenite.

Austenitic stainless steel is a specific type of stainless steel alloy. Stainless steels may be classified by their crystalline structure into four main types: austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and duplex.

Austenitic stainless steels possess austenite as their primary crystalline structure (face-centered cubic).This austenite crystalline structure is achieved by sufficient additions of the.

Austenitic Stainless Steels: Fe-Cr-Ni (Mo) These alloys are the most popular grades of stainless steels because of their excel-lent formability, corrosion resistance, and weldability. All are non-magnetic in the annealed condition. Range of compositions: C ≤% - 16% ≤Cr ≤28% - % ≤Ni ≤32% - (Mo ≤7%) Ferritic Stainless.

the Series austenitic stainless steels. The solid solution nickel alloys cannot be strength-ened by heat treatment, only by cold working. Group D alloys, the precipitation hardening nickel alloys, are strengthened by special heat treat- ments similar to those for the precipitation-aging stainless steels.

Some physical properties and. of stainless steels and how their microstructures can change during welding. Figure 1 Thermal Affected Area of Metal Due to Welding AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS Austenitic stainless steels (Table 1) containing chromium and nickel as the principal alloying elements (in addition to iron) are identified as AISI Series types.

Those containing. Stainless steel alloys usually have a chromium content of a least 10%. Stainless steel base metals are grouped primarily into three classes depending on their crystal structure; austenitic (such as, etc.), martensitic (such asand ), and ferritic (such asand ).

Below is a basic step by step guide to follow when welding stainless steel. pass welding of heavy section (greater than about 2 mm) or when welds requiring a post-weld stress relief are anticipated.

Lean Alloys Lean austenitic alloys constitute the largest portion of all stainless steel produced. These are principally, and Alloys with less than 20% chromium and 14% nickel fall into this unofficial category.

The widespread use of autogenous (fusion) orbital gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) in the high-purity semiconductor and biopharmaceutical industries, combined with modern steel refining technology, has made it both desirable and practical to supply type L stainless steel with a.

Austenitic stainless steels are most preferred over other types of stainless steel families. Welding of stainless steel using friction welding is widely seen in the current scenario.

Lippold JC () Weld Cracking Mechanism in Austenitic Stainless Steels, Proceedings from the Trends in Welding Research in the U.S., ASM Conference Proceedings, Materials Park, Ohio,pp.

The key to joint design is creating a joint that limits the number of weld passes required (especially on 1/4-in. and thicker austenitic stainless steel), and with it the amount of heat input.

One way to limit these passes is to create a joint design consisting of a V-groove, modified V. The exact type of austenitic stainless steel you are GTAW welding will determine what filler rod you should use. The joint design, welding application, and welding parameters also factor in the decision.

Typically, austenitic stainless steel filler rods are available in. In contrast to the austenitic alloys, ferritic stainless steels such as or 3Cr12/5Cr12 and martensitic stainless steels such asare strongly attracted to a magnet even in the annealed state.

The duplex and super-duplex stainless steels will also be strongly attracted because they contain about 50% ferrite in their microstructure.The experiments were conducted using Type L, Type L, and three series of experimental steels with differing levels of molybdenum ( to % Mo) and nitrogen (up to % N) which were fully austenitic before welding, and ranged from ferrite-free to about % ferrite after welding.In this study, AISI (X5CrNi, material identification number ) austenitic stainless steels, mm thick, were joined by friction stir welding by applying different tool rotation.