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  • This guide has been prepared to assist welding personnel with the preparation of welding procedures required as part of their company certification to CSA Standards W47.1, W47.2 and W186. The following three documents will be described: (a) Welding Engineering Standards (Note: Only required for W47.2) (b) Welding Procedure Specifications c) Welding Procedure Data Sheets There will be a brief description of the first two documents; however, this guide will focus on the preparation of welding procedure data sheets.

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  • In this investigation Finite element analysis (FEM) was carried on a square butt joint configuration for various conditions. The process parameters chosen are friction load, forging load, friction time, forging time and frequency. Among the above-mentioned process parameters, friction force alone was varied as it was found to be more significant to obtain a good bonding.

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  • This book is entitled to laser welding processes. The objective is to introduce relatively established methodologies and techniques which have been studied, developed and applied either in industries or researches. State-of-the art developments aimed at improving or next generation technologies will be presented covering topics such as monitoring, modelling, control, and industrial application.

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  • The basic joint often is changed to assist in a component’s assembly. A weld joint might be modified to gain access to the weld joint or to change a weld’s metallurgical properties. Some common weldment configuration designs are described here. Joggle-type joints are used in cylinder and head assemblies where backing bars or tooling cannot be used. See Figure 6-8. Another application of joggle joints is in the repair of unibody automobiles where skin panels are placed together and welded.

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  • In the wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) process, the geometry of single welding beads has significant effects on the stability process and the final quality and shape of manufactured parts. In this paper, the geometry of single welding beads of 308L stainless steel was predicted as functions of process parameters (i.e. welding current I, voltage U, and travel speed v) by using the response surface methodology (RSM). A set of experimental runs was carried out by using the Box-Behnken design method.

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  • These results indicate that Alloys 600 and 182 are susceptible to cracking. The average CGR of the as-welded Alloy 152 was found to be 2.8 109 mm/s. Therefore, Alloy 152 was proven to be highly resistant to cracking. The as-received Alloy 690 showed no crack growth even with an inhomogeneous banded microstructureThese results indicate that Alloys 600 and 182 are susceptible to cracking. The average CGR of the as-welded Alloy 152 was found to be 2.8 109 mm/s. Therefore, Alloy 152 was proven to be highly resistant to cracking.

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  • The results show that ultimate strength under static loading can not be used as a quality criterion for zirconium alloys welds. Increased shielding gas flow rate does not allow to protect weld metal totally and contributes to defect formation without using special nozzles. Several types of imperfections of the welds have been found, but the major problem is branching microcracks on the surface of the welds.

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  • Hybrid approach advocates combining two or more traditional technologies to overcome the limitations of the conventional practice. The devised Hybrid TIG MAG arc welding process with the help of an indigenous fixture overcomes the shortcomings of the conventional arc welding. The success of any hybrid technology depends on synergistic parameter interactions which demand a rigorous process control through parameter optimization. The devised process is controlled by 13 major parameters. Optimization of all the process controlling parameters is a resource consuming activity.

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  • The study aimed at investigating the microstructure and mechanical properties of NeodymiumDoped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Nd:YAG) laser welded high strength low alloy (HSLA) SA516 grade 70 boiler steel. The weld joint for a 4 mm thick plate was successfully produced using minimum laser power of 2 kW by employing a single pass without any weld preheat treatment. The micrographs revealed the presence of martensite phase in the weld fusion zone which could be due to faster cooling rate of the laser weldment.

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  • The effect of welding parameters on the mechanical properties of the friction stir welding of heat-treatable 6061-T6 was experimentally investigated. The influence of the welding rates on the hardness, tensile strength, bending strength, and the impact energy of the welding was investigated. The alloy 6061 could be welded with free defects. The mechanical properties were sensitive to the welding regimes and the location in and around the welded zone. Both the tensile and bending strengths of the joint were quite low compared to those of the base alloy 6061.

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  • This paper presents the effect of vibratory dissimilar TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding process on hardness of welded joins with respect to change of vibratory parameters. In this study, new vibratory setup with two metal engravers is used to give mechanical vibrations to the specimens to be welded.

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  • In this paper, the effects of the welding current in the WAAM process on the shape and the microstructure evolution of thin-walled low-carbon steel components were studied. For this purpose, the thin-walled low-carbon steel samples were built layer-by-layer on the substrates by using an industrial gas metal arc welding robot with different levels of the welding current. The shape, microstructures, and mechanical properties of the thin-walled samples were then analyzed.

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  • Foreign language, be interpreted as a foreign language. In English called Foreign language. In Vietnam, there is no concept of second language (second language) as in Western countries such as France, Germany and England. Some popular foreign languages ​​in Vietnam today known as: English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish

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  • Steels are alloys of iron with generally less than 1% carbon plus a wide range of other elements. Some of these elements are added deliberately to impart special properties and others are impurities not completely removed (sometimes deliberately) during the steel making process. Elements may be present in solid solution or combined as intermetallic compounds with iron, carbon or other elements. Some elements, namely carbon, nitrogen, boron and hydrogen, form interstitial solutions with iron whereas others such as manganese and silicon form substitutional solutions. Beyond......

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  • This handbook describes various welding materials and techniques available to the SEABEE welder. The emphasis is placed upon interchangeability of materials ordinarily found in the Naval Construction Forces Table of Allowance. Although complete coverage of all possible materials and their various applications is not furnished, the data provided in this handbook will cover a majority of maintenance situations. The referenced welding materials can be requisitioned from the supporting Construction Battalion Centers. This handbook also describes several related maintenance techniques.

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  • This specification covers carbon steel shapes, plates, and bars of structural quality for use in riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges and buildings, and for general structural purposes. 1.2 Supplementary requirements are provided for use where additional testing or additional restrictions are required by the purchaser. Such requirements apply only when specified in the purchase order. 1.3 When the steel is to be welded, a welding procedure suitable for the grade of steel and intended use or service is to be utilized.

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  • Type E is furnished either nonexpanded or cold expanded at the option of the manufacturer. 1.4 The values stated in either SI units or inchpound units are to be regarded separately as standard. The values stated in each system may not be exact equivalents; therefore, each system shall be used independently of the other. Combining values from the two systems may result in non-conformance with the standard.

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  • This part of BS 5950 supersedes BS 5950-1:1990, which is withdrawn. A period of three months is being allowed for users to convert to the new standard. This edition introduces technical changes based on a review of the standard, but it does not constitute a full revision. This new edition has been prepared following the issue of a number of new related standards adopting European or international standards for materials and processes, plus revisions to standards for loading. It also reflects the transfer of cold formed structural hollow sections from BS 5950-5 to BS 5950-1....

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  • required generates very strong magnetic fi elds in the vicinity of electrolysis tanks and induction furnaces. Workshops manufacturing parts in PVC or rubber use high-frequency welding processes to perform assembly. The propagation of strong magnetic fi elds and high-frequency waves is not easily controllable. It creates local pollution in the midst of which the monitoring and control equipment must be able to operate.

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  • This document contains general information about the topics discussed herein. This document is not an application manual and does not contain a complete statement of all factors pertaining to those topics. This installation, operation, and maintenance of arc welding equipment and the employment of procedures described in this document should be conducted only by qualified persons in accordance with applicable codes, safe practices, and manufacturer’s instructions. Always be certain that work areas are clean and safe and that proper ventilation is used.

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