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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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  • Behavior of Welded Joints of Creep- Resistant Steels at Service Temperature
    Creep-resistant steels were examined in an attempt to reduce the probability of in-service cracking. BY L. BÉRES, A. BALOGH, W. IRMER, AND C. S. KIRK
    Posted 10/03  |  Published 11/03

  • Effects of Electrode Degradation on Electrode Life in Resistance Spot Welding of Aluminum Alloy 5182
    Degradation of electrode tip faces increased the contact area at the electrode/sheet interface, which resulted in an undersized nugget at the sheet/sheet interface. BY S. FUKUMOTO, I. LUM, E. BIRO, D. R. BOOMER, AND Y. ZHOU
    Posted 10/03  |  Published 11/03

  • Evaluation of Necessary Delay before Inspection for Hydrogen Cracks
    Postweld crack development was monitored over time on a variety of test welds . BY R. PARGETER
    Posted 10/03  |  Published 11/03

  • Weldability of a Corrosion-Resistant Ni-Cr-Mo-Cu Alloy
    Copper addition to a Ni-Cr-Mo alloy does not harm weldability, according to Varestraint test results. M. D. ROWE, P. CROOK, AND G. L. HOBACK
    Posted 10/03  |  Published 11/03

  • An Investigation of Ductility Dip Cracking in Nickel–Based Weld Metals — Part II
    Fracture behavior and fracture surface morphology are related to microstructure, composition, and temperature BY M. G. COLLINS, A. J. RAMIREZ, AND J. C. LIPPOLD
    Posted 11/03  |  Published 12/03

  • Interpretation of Phase Formation in Austenitic Stainless Steel Welds
    Criteria for mechanism identification of fully austenitic weld metal formation are recommended BY T. IAMBOLIEV, S. KATAYAMA, AND A. MATSUNAWA
    Posted 11/03  |  Published 12/03

  • Development of the Strain–to–Fracture Test
    A new test has been established for evaluating ductility dip cracking susceptibility in austenitic alloys BY N. E. NISSLEY AND J. C. LIPPOLD
    Posted 11/03  |  Published 12/03

  • Penetrator Formation Mechanisms during High-Frequency Electric Resistance Welding
    The cause of a weld defect in steel pipe manufacture is identified BY J.-H. CHOI, Y. S. CHANG, C.-M. KIM, J.-S. OH, AND Y.-S. KIM
    Posted 12/03  |  Published 01/04

  • Grain Boundary Character in Alloy 690 and Ductility-Dip Cracking Susceptibility
    Grain boundary character and special boundary connectivity influence material resistance to ductility-dip cracking BY V. R. DAVÉ, M. J. COLA, M. KUMAR, A. J. SCHWARTZ, AND G. N. A. HUSSEN
    Posted 12/03  |  Published 01/04

  • Flaw Tolerance in Lap Shear Brazed Joints—Part 1
    Investigation brings a better understanding of the failure mechanism in brazed joints containing defects BY Y. FLOM AND L. WANG
    Posted 12/03  |  Published 01/04

  • The Influence of Microstructure on Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior of Stainless Steel Welds
    Fatigue tests on controlled samples exhibited a correlation between large grain size and improved crack resistance BY C. S. KUSKO, J. N. DUPONT, AND A. R. MARDER
    Posted 12/03  |  Published 01/04

  • Joining of Aluminum Alloy 5052 and Low-Carbon Steel by Laser Roll Welding
    A combination of laser heating and roll welding is suggested to join aluminum Alloy 5052 and low-carbon steel sheets BY M. J. RATHOD and M. KUTSUNA
    Posted 12/03  |  Published 01/04

  • An Investigation of Ductility-Dip Cracking in Nickel-Based Weld Metals —Part III
    The characteristics of weld-metal grain boundaries associated with elevated-temperature fracture are investigated M. G. COLLINS, A. J. RAMIREZ, AND J. C. LIPPOLD
    Posted 01/04  |  Published 02/04

  • Liquation Cracking in Full-Penetration Al-Cu Welds
    Keeping the weld-metal solute content above —not below —the solidification cracking range can prevent liquation cracking as well as solidification cracking BY C. HUANG AND S. KOU
    Posted 01/04  |  Published 02/04

  • Influence of Stress Ratio on Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior of Stainless Steel Welds
    Crack initiation and growth rates in relation to residual stresses were studied in gas metal arc welds of 316L BY C. S. KUSKO, J. N. DUPONT, AND A. R. MARDER
    Posted 01/04  |  Published 02/04

  • Single-Pass Laser Beam Welding of Clad Steel Plate
    Trials show the possibility of a satisfactory composition and crack-free weld metal BY S. MISSORI, F. MURDOLO, AND A. SILI
    Posted 01/04  |  Published 02/04

  • Activated Diffusion Brazing Technology for Manufacture of Titanium Honeycomb Structures — A Statistical Study
    A linear regression method was used to establish the relationship between process parameters and the properties of the brazed joint BY X. HUANG AND N. L. RICHARDS
    Posted 03/04  |  Published 03/04

  • Analytical Approximate Solution for Double Ellipsoidal Heat Source in Finite Thick Plate
    Analytical approximate solutions for double ellipsoidal heat sources in finite thick plate have been derived and calibrated with the experimental data BY N. T. NGUYEN, Y.-W. MAI, S. SIMPSON, AND A. OHTA
    Posted 03/04  |  Published 03/04

  • Prediction of the Fillet Mass and Topology of Aluminum Brazed Joints
    Numerical modeling can foretell the features and acceptability of brazed structures BY D. P. SEKULIC, F. GAO, H. ZHAO, B. ZELLMER, AND Y. Y. QIAN
    Posted 03/04  |  Published 03/04

  • The Kinetics of Nitrogen Absorption by Arc-Melted Fe-C-Mn-Type Filler Metals
    The reaction of carbon deoxidation must be taken into account when analyzing factors crucial for nitrogen absorption BY A. GRUSZCZYK
    Posted 03/04  |  Published 03/04

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