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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 Enhanced Faraday Cup for Rapid Determinationof 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 intoHeat-Affected Zones of 11-12%Chromium Steel Welds
    The possibility of introducing austenite stabilizers into the HAZto restrict grain growth is investigated. BY A. M. MEYER AND M. du TOIT
    Posted 2/02  |  Published12/01

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

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

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

  • Prediction of Heat-Affected ZoneCharacteristics in Submerged Arc Weldingof Structural Steel Pipes
    Mathematical models were developed to study the effects of process variables and heatinput 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 Trapin Steel Welds
    Hydrogen trapping is investigated as a means of improving resistanceto 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 Examinethe Effect of Polarity on Stud Welding
    An investigation of the factors that influence the quality of short durationdrawn arc stud welding of steels. BY S. RAMASAMY, J. GOULD, AND D. WORKMAN
    Posted 2/02  |  Published2/02

  • Monte Carlo Simulationof Heat-Affected Zone Microstructurein Laser-Beam-Welded Nickel Sheet
    Reasonable agreement was obtained between experimental results andsimulated 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 RoboticGMA Welding of Sheet Metal
    An optimization procedure minimizes cycle time while achieving small fractions ofnonconforming 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 WeldabilityTesting of Steels
    Minimum preheats for avoiding weld deposit hydrogen-induced cracking candepend 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 andwire-feed speed in comparison to steel. BY T. P. QUINN.
    Posted March, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal April, 2002

  • Segregation of Phosphorus and Sulfur inHeat-Affected Zone Hot Cracking of Type308 Stainless Steel
    Through the use of Auger analysis, sulfur is characterized as havinga greater effect on heat-affected zone cracking than phosphorous. BY L. LI AND R. W. MESSLER, JR.
    Posted May, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal May, 2002

  • A Study of Weld Pore Sensitivityof Self-Shielded, Flux Cored Electrodes
    An investigation revealed both nitrogen and oxygen content can affectthe formation of porosity in welds made using FCAW-S electrodes. BY Q. WEI, Q. HU, F. GUO, and D. J. XIONG
    Posted May, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal June, 2002

  • Improved Ferrite Number Prediction in Stainless Steel Arc Welds Using Artificial Neural Networks - Part 1: Neural Network Development
    The development of a new neural network model for predicting Ferrite Number more accurately than existing constitution diagrams is described. BY J.M. VITEK, Y.S. ISKANDER AND E.M. OBLOW
    Posted May, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal February, 2000

  • Improved Ferrite Number Prediction in Stainless Steel Arc Welds Using Artificial Neural Networks - Part 2: Neural Network Results
    A new neural model predicts Ferrite Number with significantly more accuracy than existing constitution diagrams. BY J.M. VITEK, Y.S. ISKANDER AND E.M. OBLOW
    Posted May, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal February, 2000

  • Primary Circuit Dynamic ResistanceMonitoring and its Application to QualityEstimation during Resistance Spot Welding
    Weld strength and nugget diameter were estimated by using primary circuitprocess parameter as a real-time in-process monitoring system. BY Y. CHO and S. RHEE
    Posted June, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal June, 2002

  • The Stress Field Characteristics in theSurface Mount Solder Joints underTemperature Cycling: Temperature Effectand Its Evaluation
    Dynamic stress distribution was analyzed with regard to the temperature cyclinghistory of the solder joint. BY Y. Y. QIAN, X. MA, AND F. YOSHIDA
    Posted June, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal June, 2002

  • Fume Model for Gas Metal Arc Welding
    Metal evaporation and condensation calculations predict fume formation rate forDC-positive operation in globular and spray modes. BY C. J. REDDING
    Posted June, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal June, 2002

  • A Study of Weld Pore Sensitivityof Self-Shielded, Flux Cored Electrodes
    An investigation revealed both nitrogen and oxygen content can affectthe formation of porosity in welds made using FCAW-S electrodes. BY Q. WEI, Q. HU, F. GUO, and D. J. XIONG
    Posted June, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal May, 2002

  • ANSI/AWS A5.1-91 E6013 RutileElectrodes: The Effect of Calcite
    All-weld-metal mechanical properties and microstructure, arc stability, andoperational characteristics were investigated. BY N. M. R. DE RISSONE, J. P. FARIAS, I. DE SOUZA BOTT, AND E. S. SURIAN
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal July, 2002

  • Selecting Parameters for GMAW UsingDimensional Analysis
    Regression and dimensional analysis of experimental data establishedrelationships between welding parameters and process variables. BY P. E. MURRAY
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal July, 2002

  • Alloying and Microstructural Managementin Developing SMAW Electrodesfor HSLA-100 Steel
    To determine the optimal composition of SMAW electrodes for use with HSLA-100 steel, three sets of experimental welding electrodes were developed. BY W. WANG and S. LIU
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal July, 2002

  • Estimation and Prediction of HAZ Softeningin Thermomechanically Controlled-Rolledand Accelerated-Cooled Steel
    Investigations were made into HAZ hardness and tensile strength in welds madewith different heat inputs in fine-grained, ferritic-pearlitic TMCP steel. BY K.-S. BANG and W.-Y. KIM
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal August, 2002

  • Joining Depleted Uranium to High-StrengthAluminum Using an Explosively CladNiobium Interlayer
    Explosive and electron beam welding processes were developed to producejoints between the two materials. BY J. W. ELMER, P. TERRILL, D. BRASHER, AND D. BUTLER
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal August, 2002

  • The Development of New Silver-FreeBrazing Alloys for Steel Tubular Assembly
    A new cost-efficient, silver-free alloy meets tensile and fatigue strengthrequirements for tubular joints on bicycle frames. BY D. M. JACOBSON, S. P. S. SANGHA, A. GALES, AND E. E. SCHMID
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal August, 2002

  • The Effect of Ferro-Alloy Additionsand Depth on the Quality ofUnderwater Wet Welds
    In an effort to improve weld properties, 60 different coating formulations weredeveloped and welds were made at various depths to 300 ft. BY M. D. ROWE, S. LIU, AND T. J. REYNOLDS
    Posted July, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal August, 2002

  • Investigation of Monitoring Systems forResistance Spot Welding
    A variety of sensor systems were studied to find which oneprovided the most information about nugget formation. BY C.-S. CHIEN AND E. KANNATEY-ASIBU, JR.
    Posted August, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal September, 2002

  • Joining Using Semisolid Metals
    Semisolid metals can be used as filler metal to obtain jointsas strong as the base material. BY P. F. MENDEZ, C. S. RICE, AND S. B. BROWN
    Posted August, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal September, 2002

  • Weldability Testing of DissimilarCombinations of 5000- and 6000-SeriesAluminum Alloys
    The Sigmajig weldability test was used to quantify the relative crackingsusceptibility of dissimilar combinations of sheet alloys. BY M. M. MOSSMAN and J. C. LIPPOLD
    Posted August, 2002  |  Published in the Welding Journal September, 2002


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