publication . Article . 2016

Effect of Gradual Variation of Metal Composition on Stresses Generated in Weld Interfaces

Vikas Singh Dhiraj; Nandit Jadvani; Raj Shah;
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  • Published: 26 Oct 2016 Journal: Journal of Modern Materials (issn: 2456-4834, eissn: 2456-4834, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: AIJR Publisher
Abstract
<jats:p>Dissimilar metal joints formed by conventional welding creates residual stress at the interface and leads to an earlier failure than expected. The conventional methods are rapidly being replaced by advanced techniques, such as transition layer grading. This kind of transition grading aims to form the welding component akin to functionally graded material. The present paper aims to analyze different stress concentration conditions by varying temperatures, loads, and the number of transition layers. The material in the weld zone varied linearly when the number of layers was increased, which is analogous to functionally graded materials. The finite element ...
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free text keywords: Transition grading, Welding, Stress reduction, FEA, Materials science, Metal, visual_art.visual_art_medium, visual_art, Stress concentration, Composite material, law.invention, law, Finite element method, Structural engineering, business.industry, business, Functionally graded material, Critical point (mathematics), Workbench, Residual stress
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publication . Article . 2016

Effect of Gradual Variation of Metal Composition on Stresses Generated in Weld Interfaces

Vikas Singh Dhiraj; Nandit Jadvani; Raj Shah;