Hot Cracking Phenomena in Welds

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Thomas Böllinghaus, Horst Herold
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005 M12 5 - 394 páginas

Although the avoidance of hot cracking still represents a major topic in modern fabrication welding components, the phenomena have not yet been fully understood. Through the 20 individual contributions from experts all over the world the present state of knowledge about hot cracking during welding is defined, and the subject is approached from four different viewpoints. The first chapter provides an overview of the various hot cracking phenomena. Different mechanisms of solidification cracking proposed in the past decades are summarized and new insight is particularly given into the mechanism of ductility dip cracking. The effects of different alloying elements on the hot cracking resistance of various materials are shown in the second chapter and, as a special metallurgical effect, the initiation of stress corrosion cracking at hot cracks has been highlighted. The third chapter outlines how numerical analyses and other modelling techniques can be utilized to describe hot cracking phenomena and how such results might contribute to the explanation of the mechanisms. Various hot cracking test procedures are presented in the final chapter with a special emphasis on standardization. For the engineering and natural scientists in research and development the book provides both, new insight and a comprehensive overview of hot cracking phenomena in welds. The contributions additionally give numerous individual solutions and helpful advice for international welding engineers to avoid hot cracking in practice. Furthermore, it represents a very helpful tool for upper level metallurgical and mechanical engineering students.

 

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On the Origin of Weld Solidification Cracking
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New Insight into the Mechanism of DuctilityDip Cracking
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Influence of Welding Speed on the Hot Cracking Resistance
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of the NickelBase Alloy NiCr25FeAlY during TIGWelding 42 A Slyvinsky H Herold M Streitenberger
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Contribution to HAZ Liquation Cracking
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Morphology of Hot Cracks in SinglePhase Weld Metal
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The Effect of Silicon and Iron on the Weldability
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The Influence of Different NbContents on
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Integrated MechanicalMetallurgical Approach to Modeling
223
Influence of the Weld Pool Geometry
245
Recent Developments in Weldability Testing
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Hot Cracking Tests The Route to International Standardization 291 J C M Farrar
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Influence of the Deformation Rate of Different Tests
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Testing for Susceptibility to Hot Cracking
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Discussion and Evaluation of Some Extraordinary Cases
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Simulating and Predicting Weld Solidification Cracks 185
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