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RESEARCH PAPERS
Research Papers posted after 12/98 are available in PDF format ONLY. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF version of the document.

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  • An Experimental Study Determines the Electrical Contact Resistance in Resistance Welding
    Gleeble® machine experiments evaluated the influence of pressure, temperature, and metal properties on resistance welding
    BY QUANFENG SONG, WENQI ZHANG, AND NIELS BAY
    Posted 4/05  |  Published 05/05
  • Microstructural Characterization of a Double-Sided Friction Stir Weld on a Superaustenitic Stainless Steel
    The formation of different microstructural zones in friction stir welded AL-6XN is described using results from various characterization techniques
    BY S. KLINGENSMITH, J. N. DUPONT, AND A. R. MARDER
    Posted 4/05  |  Published 05/05
  • Chemical Analysis of Welding Fume Particles
    Airborne particle size is the most important factor in determining the accuracy of a method for chemical analysis BY N. T. JENKINS AND T. W. EAGAR
    Posted 5/05  |  Published 06/05
  • Service Life of Tungsten Electrodes in Hyperbaric Dry Underwater Welding
    Service life diagrams were developed for two types of commonly used tungsten electrodes BY H. OZDEN AND K. T. GURSEL
    Posted 5/05  |  Published 06/05
  • Reliable Calculations of Heat and Fluid Flow during Conduction Mode Laser Welding through Optimization of Uncertain Parameters
    A deterministic approach is proposed to improve reliability of heat transfer and fluid flow calculations BY A. DE AND T. DebROY
    Posted 6/05  |  Published 07/05
  • Properties and Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistance of Coarse-Grained Heat-Affected Zones in V-Microalloyed X60 Steel Pipe
    The effect of weld cooling rates and postweld heat treatment on microhardness, microstructure, tensile properties, and sulfide stress cracking resistance was studied BY J. E. RAMIREZ, S. MISHAEL, AND R. SHOCKLEY
    Posted 6/05  |  Published 07/05
  • Determination of Optimal Welding Conditions with a Controlled Random Search Procedure
    A controlled random search procedure can determine the near-optimal settings of welding process parameters within a large search space with a relatively small number of experiments BY D. KIM, M. KANG, AND S. RHEE
    Posted 7/05  |  Published 08/05
  • Constraints-Based Modeling Enables Successful Development of a Welding Electrode Specification for Critical Navy Applications
    A novel modeling approach substantially reduces risk in developing a highperformance welding electrode specification for critical U.S. Navy applications BY K. SAMPATH
    Posted 7/05  |  Published 08/05
  • Influence of Procedure Variables on C-Mn-Ni-Mo Metal Cored Wire Ferritic All-Weld Metal
    Welding position, number of layers, arc energy, and shielding gas type were considered BY N. M. RAMINI DE RISSONE, H. G. SVOBODA, E. S. SURIAN, AND L. A. DE VEDIA
    Posted 8/05  |  Published 09/05
  • Estimation of Cooling Rate in the Welding of Plates with Intermediate Thickness
    Cooling rates estimated by Rosenthal’s thick- and thin-plate solutions can be modified by a weighting factor to account for intermediate values of plate thickness BY K. POORHAYDARI, B. M. PATCHETT, AND D. G. IVEY
    Posted 9/05  |  Published 10/05
  • Particle Size Distribution of Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding Fumes
    Impactor separation of welding fumes shows at least two size modes, the relative magnitude of which is determined by the welding process BY N. T. JENKINS, W. M.–G. PIERCE, AND T. W. EAGAR
    Posted 9/05  |  Published 10/05
  • Effects of Process Parameters on Angular Distortion of Gas Metal Arc Welded Structural Steel Plates
    Mathematical models were developed to study the effects of process variables on the angular distortion of multipass GMA welded structural steel plates BY V. VEL MURUGAN AND V. GUNARAJ
    Posted 10/05  |  Published 11/05
  • Development of Requirements for Resistance Spot Welding Dual-Phase (DP600) Steels Part 1 — The Causes of Interfacial Fracture
    Weld fracture was investigated in relation to weld parameters and steel sheet characteristics BY M. MARYA and X. Q. GAYDEN
    Posted 10/05  |  Published 11/05
  • Fatigue Behavior of Welded Joints Part 1 — Statistical Methods for Fatigue Life Prediction
    A model is investigated where fatigue life and fatigue limit are treated as random variables BY T. LASSEN, Ph. DARCIS, AND N. RECHO
    Posted 11/05  |  Published 12/05
  • A Mechanism of Spatter Production from the Viewpoint of the Integral of Specific Current Action
    A model is proposed to quantitatively explain the mechanism of spatter production and the role of waveform parameters BY S. K. KANG AND S. J. NA
    Posted 11/05  |  Published 12/05
  • Development of Requirements for Resistance Spot Welding Dual-Phase (DP600) Steels Part 2: Statistical Analyses and Process Maps
    Weld diameter proved to be the primary factor influencing type of weld fracture BY M. MARYA AND X. Q. GAYDEN
    Posted 11/05  |  Published 12/05
  • A Novel Edge Feature Correlation Algorithm for Real-Time Computer Vision-Based Molten Weld Pool Measurements
    An adaptable method of implementing image processing-based upper surface molten weld pool measurements to facilitate closed loop process control is presented BY C. BALFOUR, J. S. SMITH, AND A. I. Al-SHAMMA’A
    Posted 12/05  |  Published 01/06
  • Predicting and Reducing Liquation-Cracking Susceptibility Based on Temperature vs. Fraction Solid
    Elimination of cracking from welds of highly crack-susceptible aluminum alloys is demonstrated BY G. CAO AND S. KOU
    Posted 12/05  |  Published 01/06
  • Fatigue Behavior of Welded Joints Part 2: Physical Modeling of the Fatigue Process
    Two complementary models were developed to predict fatigue behavior of joints in fillet welds BY P. DARCIS, T. LASSEN, AND N. RECHO
    Posted 12/05  |  Published 01/06
  • Ranking the Resistance of Wrought Superalloys to Strain-Age Cracking
    The controlled heat rate test was used to rank the crack resistance of several alloys, and a correlation between alloy performance and chemical composition was established BY M. D. ROWE
    Posted 01/06  |  Published 02/06
  • Experimental and Numerical Simulation of Restraining Forces in Gas Metal Arc Welded Joints
    The restraining force due to gas metal arc welding has been investigated both numerically and experimentally BY M. A. WAHAB, M. S. ALAM, M. J. PAINTER, AND P. E. STAFFORD
    Posted 01/06  |  Published 02/06
  • Design of Experiment Analysis and Weld Lobe Estimation for Aluminum Resistance Spot Welding
    A systematic experimental study reveals how welding parameters and abnormal process conditions affect the quality of aluminum resistance spot welds BY Y. CHO, W. LI, AND S. J. HU
    Posted 02/06  |  Published 03/06
  • Arc Behavior and Melting Rate in the VP-GMAW Process
    Droplet melting analysis performed using high-speed video synchronized with high-speed data acquisition was used to evaluate arc behavior and melting rate D. D. HARWIG, J. E. DIERKSHEIDE, D. YAPP, and S. BLACKMAN
    Posted 02/06  |  Published 03/06
  • Finite Element Modeling Predicts the Effects of Voids on Thermal Shock Reliability and Thermal Resistance of Power Device
    The thermal-mechanical effects of void size and location in lead-free solder heat-sink attachment of power devices is investigated BY J. CHANG, L. WANG, J. DIRK, AND X. XIE
    Posted 02/06  |  Published 03/06

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