Analysis of Welded Structures: Residual Stresses, Distortion, and their Consequences encompasses several topics related to design and fabrication of welded structures, particularly residual stresses and distortion, as well as their consequences. This book first introduces the subject by presenting the advantages and disadvantages of welded structures, as well as the historical overview of the topic and predicted trends. Then, this text considers residual stresses, heat flow, distortion, fracture toughness, and brittle and fatigue fractures of weldments. This selection concludes by discussing the effects of distortion and residual stresses on buckling strength of welded structures and effects of weld defects on service behavior. This book also provides supplementary discussions on some related and selected subjects. This text will be invaluable to metallurgists, welders, and students of metallurgy and welding.Residual Stresses, Distortion, and Their Consequences Koichi Masubuchi D. W. Hopkins. than that of aluminum ... Until suitable welding techniques were developed for aluminum, use of the material was greatly restricted. New processes allow high-speed welding with manual or automatic equipment which is standardized and readily available. Many times the power ... CFH # Flat None 70a110 18a22 0.030 30 1 100a120 18a22 # 30 1 # Flat None 110a130 20 # 30 1 Horiz. aamp; vert.
|Title||:||Analysis of Welded Structures|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|