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  • Root Weld Formation in Modified Refractory Flux One-Sided Welding: Part 1 – Effect of Welding Variables
    A portable, light, and efficient backing system with thermosetting flux offers solid support for root weld formation in field erection BY V. MALIN
    Posted 8/01

  • Root Weld Formation in Modified Refractory Flux One-Sided Welding: Part 2 – Effect of Joint Geometry
    Relationships between the shape of the root weld and variations in joint geometry were established. BY V. MALIN
    Posted 8/01

  • Effect of Projection Height on Projection Collapse and Nugget Formation – A Finite Element Study
    An incrementally coupled analysis procedure can be used to develop improved procedures for determining weld conditions. BY X. SUN
    Posted 8/01

  • Simulation of Dynamic Behavior in a GMAW System
    A model is developed to predict variations in welding parameters due to surface tension and electromagnetic force. BY J. H. CHOI, J. Y. LEE, AND C. D. YOO
    Posted 10/01   |   Published10/01

  • Heat Generation in the Inertia Welding of Dissimilar Tubes
    A reduced thermal model is developed that accurately captures joint temperatures and provides guidance in weld parameter development. BY V. R. DAV…, M. J. COLA, AND G. N. A. HUSSENO
    Posted 10/01  |  Published10/01

  • Intelligent Control for the Shape of the Weld Pool in Pulsed GTAW with Filler Metal
    The technical characteristics of pulsed GTAW with wire filler metal were investigated and intelligent control was developed to control the shape of the weld. BY D. B. ZHAO, S. B. CHEN, L. WU, M. DAI, and Q. CHEN
    Posted 10/01  |  Published11/01

  • Laser Beam Welding of Automobile Hinges
    A laser welding procedure for joining hinges to the reinforcement structure of car doors is evaluated. BY L. QUINTINO, P. VILA«A, R. RODRIGUES, AND L. BORDALO
    Posted 10/01  |  Published11/01

  • Mechanical Properties and Microstructures of Inertia-Friction-Welded 416 Stainless Steel
    A stainless steel normally considered nonweldable by fusion methods can be joined using friction welding. BY K. S. MORTENSEN, C. G. JENSEN, L. C. CONRAD, AND F. LOSEE
    Posted 10/01  |  Published11/01

  • Factors Affecting the Properties of Friction Stir Welded Aluminum Lap Joints
    Critical sheet interface was eliminated by either a second weld pass or refined tool dimensions, resulting in exceptional joint efficiency. BY L. CEDERQVIST AND A. P. REYNOLDS
    Posted 2/02  |  Published12/01

  • An Enhanced Faraday Cup for Rapid Determination of Power Density Distribution in Electron Beams
    An improved Faraday cup promises to provide rapid and accurate beam profiles, eliminating sources of error that are detrimental to a production environment. BY J. W. ELMER AND A. T. TERUYA
    Posted 2/02  |  Published12/01

  • Interstitial Diffusion of Carbon and Nitrogen into Heat-Affected Zones of 11-12% Chromium Steel Welds
    The possibility of introducing austenite stabilizers into the HAZ to restrict grain growth is investigated. BY A. M. MEYER AND M. du TOIT
    Posted 2/02  |  Published12/01

  • Development of Appropriate Resistance Spot Welding Practice for Transformation-Hardened Steels
    A repeatable and effective methodology for producing a temper diagram for different steels is demonstrated. BY W. L. CHUKO AND J. E. GOULD
    Posted 2/02  |  Published1/02

  • Stresses in Laser-Beam-Welded Lap Joints Determined by Outer Surface Strains
    Attaching two or three strain gauges to the outer surface of overlap sheets near the joint can be used as a strain gauge method for determining inaccessible stresses. BY S. ZHANG
    Posted 2/02  |  Published1/02

  • A Study on the Modeling of Magnetic Arc Deflection and Dynamic Analysis of Arc Sensor
    A magnetic field applied to a welding arc produced an output signal beneficial for an arc sensor. BY Y. H. KANG AND S. J. NA
    Posted 2/02  |  Published1/02

  • Prediction of Heat-Affected Zone Characteristics in Submerged Arc Welding of Structural Steel Pipes
    Mathematical models were developed to study the effects of process variables and heat input on the HAZ of submerged arc welds in structural steel pipes. BY V. GUNARAJ AND N. MURUGAN
    Posted 2/02  |  Published2/02

  • Retained Austenite as a Hydrogen Trap in Steel Welds
    Hydrogen trapping is investigated as a means of improving resistance to hydrogen-assisted cracking in HSLA steels. BY Y. D. PARK, I. S. MAROEF, A. LANDAU, AND D. L. OLSON
    Posted 2/02  |  Published2/02

  • Design-of-Experiments Study to Examine the Effect of Polarity on Stud Welding
    An investigation of the factors that influence the quality of short duration drawn arc stud welding of steels. BY S. RAMASAMY, J. GOULD, AND D. WORKMAN
    Posted 2/02  |  Published2/02

  • Monte Carlo Simulation of Heat-Affected Zone Microstructure in Laser-Beam-Welded Nickel Sheet
    Reasonable agreement was obtained between experimental results and simulated grain growth in the heat-affected zone. BY M.-Y. LI AND E. KANNATEY-ASIBU, JR.
    Posted March, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal March, 2002

  • Statistical Process Design for Robotic GMA Welding of Sheet Metal
    An optimization procedure minimizes cycle time while achieving small fractions of nonconforming welds. BY T. T. ALLEN, R. W. RICHARDSON, D. P. TAGLIABUE, AND G. P. MAUL.
    Posted March, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal May, 2002

  • Welding Process Effects in Weldability Testing of Steels
    Minimum preheats for avoiding weld deposit hydrogen-induced cracking can depend on the welding process used. BY G. ATKINS, D. THIESSEN, N. NISSLEY, AND Y. ADONYI.
    Posted March, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal April, 2002

  • Process Sensitivity of GMAW: Aluminum vs. Steel
    Aluminum proves more sensitive to changes in current and wire-feed speed in comparison to steel . BY T. P. QUINN.
    Posted March, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal April, 2002

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