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Research on high-strength steels with an improved resistance against weld cracking

Hillenbrand, Frederick Frank III

Research on high-strength steels with an improved resistance against weld cracking

by Hillenbrand, Frederick Frank III

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
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    Carpenter’s Stainless Steel Blue Book Improved Corrosion Resistance Higher Strength Less than 50, Up to , Up to , Over , Yield Strengths, psi FIGURE 2 basic stainless steels offer improved fabrication properties in turn, each modification is given. Jan 16,  · Failure High strength steels Specification for automotive weld quality — Resistance spot welding of steel, American Welding Society, Lens A., Klöcker H.: Mechanical behaviour of Advanced High-Strength Steel resistance spot welds, Sheet Metal Welding Conference XIII, AWS Detroit Section, Google natalierosedodd.com by: 8.

    May 15,  · And SSCC resistance according to the welding processes was evaluated. From the results, the weld by GTAW+FCAW showed the largest resistance against SSCC. Sulfide stress corrosion cracking (SSCC) in crude oil field environment containing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has been recognized as a material degradation and SSCC mechanism is a form of Cited by: 1. Weld cracking susceptibility, or simply, weldability, is a most significant problem in utilizing high strength steels. A new formula, based on the result of restraint weld cracking test, is herein proposed for the calculation of the cracking parameter Pc.

    •To examine the resistance spot welding behavior of hot-dipped and MPa dual phase steels against that of the MPa steel. •To examine if these higher strength grades can be welded with simple, easy to use welding parameters. Suite An Investigation of Resistance Welding Performance of Advanced High-Strength Steels Viewing this Document. on your computer: When viewing this document, you can turn on the document map to quickly find any indexed item by clicking on the index in the map.


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Research on high-strength steels with an improved resistance against weld cracking by Hillenbrand, Frederick Frank III Download PDF EPUB FB2

Research on high-strength steels with an improved resistance against weld cracking. By III Frederick Frank Hillenbrand Download PDF (8 MB)Author: III Frederick Frank Hillenbrand. Feb 07,  · Welding modern high-strength steel with low carbon and impurity contents, preheat may be dictated by cracking sensitivity of the weld metal instead of the HAZ.

Standard EN does not provide the user with any unified methodology for the calculation of safe preheat for weld metal. The few calculation formulae that apply to multipass welds can give greatly varying predictions.

This article Cited by: This article gives a brief review of scientific researches of high-alloyed chromium-nickel steels stress corrosion cracking (SCC) process of welded joints. Welded joints are one of the most complex objects from the standpoint of the general theory of corrosion fatigue of metals.

During their operation a number of problems arise related to the heterogeneity of the material properties, the Author: Ekaterina A. Krivonosova. improved joint strength and to increase knowledge on cracking mechanisms in resistance projection welding and resistance spot welding weldability and joint properties of ultra high strength steels”, Welding in the World, vol.

51, no. 3/4, pp. 28–36, three hypotheses have been tested to answer three research questions in the. The resistance of the steels to stress sulfide corrosion cracking, hydrogen cracking and total, local, carbon dioxide and bacterial corrosion is determined.

In this paper, a brief review of strain aging behavior in steels is presented, with an emphasis on the effects on the mechanical properties and toughness of three high-strength line pipe steels. Ultra-high-strength steels (UHSS) having tensile strength of up to MPa with a high strength-to-weight ratio offer a unique combination of qualities for diverse industrial applications.

The high-strength steel occluding only hydrogen desorbed at low temperature (peak 1), as determined by TDA, decreases in maximum stress and plastic elongation with increasing occlusion Author: Xiaofei Guo.

Effect of metallic coating on the resistance spot weldability of high strength steels. The use of metallic coatings significantly affects the spot welding behaviour of sheet steels in two ways.

Firstly, the higher conductivity and lower melting point of the coating reduces the contact resistance. Improved Resistance Spot weldability of 3rd Generation AHSS for Automotive Applications. of resistance spot welded advanced high strength Steel Sheet’, Trends in Welding Research. Feb 07,  · This study covers resistance projection welding of three different M6 and M8 weld nut types to high- and ultra high strength thin sheet steels ranging up to 1 MPa tensile strength.

Static tensile testing, torsion testing and fracture evaluation as well as metallographical examinations were used to evaluate the suitability of the selected nut types for applications in high and ultra high Cited by: 5. Four types of advanced high strength steel (AHSS) sheets with the thickness of mm and tensile strength grade ranging between and N mm - 2 were friction stir welded with various welding.

Interstitial-free ‘IF’ steels are vacuum degassed to remove the carbon and oxygen atoms which impede the movement of dislocations and, therefore, increase the ease of deformation (positive effect on forming, negative effect on dent resistance). IF high-strength steels, therefore, combine the increased ductility associated with the ferritic matrix but gain enhanced strength from substitutional.

Weld Nugget Development and Integrity in Resistance Spot Welding of High-Strength Cold-Rolled Sheet Steels The relationship between sheet steel microstructure and welding cycles is investigated CHEN and S.

BHAT are with Inland Steel Co. Research Laboratories, East Chicago, Ind. A material selection process is presented in a tabulated format that incorporates advantages and disadvantages as a function of the corrosion mechanism being considered.

Subsections dedicated to high-strength low-alloy steels and CRAs cover the advances made to improve their resistance to critical service natalierosedodd.com by: 2.

Since high strength steel and aluminium alloy sheets are often used together, reliable joining methods for these two dissimilar materials are required. As steel and aluminium have very different melting temperatures, conventional fusion welding and resistance spot welding are unsuitable for joining sheets made of these materials.

The probability of failure by scc would Stress-corrosion cracking of high strength steels be reduced by the application of an anodic metal coating such as Zn, AI, or possibly Cd, but such a protective scheme might be quite unsuitable if H embrittlement were the cause of natalierosedodd.com by: cracking tests.

The implant test can give good indications of the susceptibility of a material to HAZ cracking, but its rele­ vance must be questioned in situations where cracking occurs mainly in the weld metal.

Introduction The field welding of high strength line pipe steels has been studied for many years, an d numerous recommendations. Łunarska, K. Nikiforow, E. Sitko: Improving the resistance to stress corrosion cracking and to hydrogen embrittlement 37 Susceptibility to stress corrosion cracking was investigated in two solutions.

In order to compare the results obtained for experimental steels with the. Welding and Joining of Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS): The Automotive Industry discusses the ways advanced high strength steels (AHSS) are key to weight reduction in sectors such as automotive engineering.

It includes a discussion on how welding can alter the microstructure in the heat affected zone, producing either excessive hardening or softening, and how these local changes create.

Usefulness of Undermatched Welds for prevent cracking for later passes. This research includes both experi- mental and numerical studies.

The pur- pose was to investigate the use of under- matched welds for partial penetration groove weld joints of high-strength steels, with an eye to the reduction of preheating temperatures and the preven.Nov 01,  · The ongoing need to reduce the weight of products while increasing strength has resulted in new generation steel manufacturing using special heat treatments to produce High Strength Steels (HSS) and Ultra High Strength Steels (UHSS) with up to MPa tensile strength.

The high strength level of these steels makes it possible to produce structures with a considerable weight and cost Cited by: 5.Oct 11,  · With such high strength welded steel pipe, it is important to not only guarantee the desired properties of the steel pipe base metal and the weld, but to also prevent cold cracking in the weld metal of the weld.

In general, the strength of weld metal in a steel weld must be higher than the strength of the base metal.