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1 of 3 DN: Database Name CSA Materials Research Database with METADEX TI: Title THE EFFECT OF PREHEATING AND STRESS RELIEVE HEAT TREATMENT IN MICROSTRUCTURE AND HARDNESS OF TACK WELDS IN ASTM A516 GRADE 70 STEEL AU: Author Cortes, Jose Renato Azevedo; Tatagiba, Luiz Claudio Soares; Da Paranhos, Ronaldo Pinheiro Rocha AF: Affiliation Contribuicao tecnica ao 62 deg Congresso Anual da ABM - Internacional, 23 a 27 de julho de 2007, Vitoria - ES, Brasil SO: Source 62DG Congresso Anual da ABM : 62nd ABM International Annual Congress , pp. 3908-3916. 2007 DE: Descriptors Welded joints; Hardness; Heating; Welding; Preheating; Steels; Heat affected zone; Heat treatment; Stress relieving; Microstructure; Steel making; Iron and steel industry; Metallurgical analysis; Base metal; Optical microscopy; Stresses AB: Abstract In the fabrication by welding is common the use of auxiliary set-up devices tacked directly at the work piece to be produced. The purpose of this work is to study the metallurgical changes that happen due to the technique of tack weld with the MIG-MAG process in ASTM A516 grade 70 plate of 31,5 mm thick. Samples were prepared using preheat at the room temperature, 120 deg C and 180 deg C, which were analyzed at the as-welded condition and after the stress relieving heat treatment (SRHT) by means of optical microscopy and hardness techniques. The results have shown that, at the as-welded condition, the tack welds must be preheated at least at 120 deg C in order to obtain appropriate hardness of the fusion zone (FZ)I and the heat affected zone (HAZ) of the base metal. On other hand, after SRHT, even the tack welds without preheating presented appropriate values of hardness. It can be concluded that the welding procedure for the tack welds of the ASTM A516 grade 70 steel must be made with the minimum preheating temperature of 120 deg C if the equipment will not be submitted to SRHT after welding, but tack weld preheating may be suppressed if the equipment undergoes PWHT after welding. CF: Conference 62DG Congresso Anual da ABM : 62nd ABM International Annual Congress; Vitoria; Brasil; 23-27 July 2007 PB: Publisher Associacao Brasileira de Metalurgia e Materiais, Centro de Informacao/Library, Rua Antonio Comparato, 218, Sao Paulo SP, 04605-030, Brazil, [], [URL:] LA: Language Portuguese; English PY: Publication Year 2007 PT: Publication Type Conference Paper; Journal Article CL: Classification 71 General and Nonclassified (MD) UD: Update 200807 AN: Accession Number 200807-71-0953190 (MD) JP: Journal Pages 3908-3916 SF: Subfile Metadex (MD) RX: Cited by

Portugal. New York. R L. Lisbon. Ferritic electrodes were used and welding conditions were similar in each case except for water temperature. 2011) Record 2 of 3 DN: Database Name CSA Materials Research Database with METADEX TI: Title Effect of water temperature on the underwater wet weldability of ASTM A516 grade 70 steel AU: Author Fox. 1998 DE: Descriptors Low carbon steels.S. Navy is interested in employing under water wet welding for certain repairs.RX: Cited by 850816 (on Oct 03. because of the rapid cooling rate and increased weld metal hydrogen contents associated with underwater wet welding. it is difficult to produce crack-free weldments on higher strength steels with his technique. Weldability. Further work is currently underway which is aimed at understanding this phenomenon. Low carbon steels CL: Classification 55 Joining (MD) UD: Update 1998 AN: Accession Number 199908-55-1465 (MD) SF: Subfile Metadex (MD) . A G. the U. this suggested that more diffusible hydrogen was reaching the heat affected zones (HAZs) of the weldments made at lower water temperatures. Extensive underbead hydrogen cracking was observed in the samples welded at 3 and 10 deg C but very little cracking was found in the sample welded at 31 deg C. 5-9 July 1998. Unfortunately. J F AF: Affiliation US Naval Postgraduate School SO: Source OMAE 1998: 17th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering. In the present work three multipass underwater wet shielded metal arc weldments were made on fully restrained 19 mm thick ASTM A516 grade 70 steel plate. CF: Conference OMAE 1998: 17th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering. Heat transfer calculations and microstructural observations indicated that the cooling rates at the fusion line were very similar irrespective of water temperature. Dill. Welding. 6 pp. NY 10016-5990. Temperature effects. Lisbon. Consistent with this hypothesis many more sinks for hydrogen in the form of non-metallic inclusions were found in the weld metal deposited in 31 deg C water. 3 Park Avenue. USA NU: Other Numbers OMAE98-2262 (Materials) LA: Language English PY: Publication Year 1998 PT: Publication Type Conference Paper ML: Material A516 MC: Material Classification SCL. 10 and 31 deg C). Johnson. Portugal. where three different values were used (3. Shielded metal arc welding. Heat transfer AB: Abstract In order to reduce maintenance costs. 5-9 July 1998 IB: ISBN 0791819523 PB: Publisher American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

150. Fatigue crack propagation tests were performed on a 10 tonne MTS universal testing machine for temperature 23. J. Values of m are nearly constant. B G AF: Affiliation Indian Institute of Technology SO: Source Int. Vol.--A. whereas the values of C change considerably with temperature due to strain hardening effect.R. 3. 75.70 MC: Material Classification SALHS. pp. Crack propagation. Mechanical properties. PB: Publisher Kluwer Academic Publishers Group. 40. P. July 1989 IS: ISSN 0376-9429 DE: Descriptors High strength low alloy steels. [mailto:IrisJagers@wkap. Fatigue tests AB: Abstract The values of C and m in the Paris law. Sane.wkap.] LA: Language English PY: Publication Year 1989 ML: Material A516 Gr. 3 ref. Box 989. Cyclic]. Netherlands. 225 and 275 deg C on ASTM A516 grade 70 steel. Stress effects. [URL:http://www. are determined for ASTM A516 grade 70 steel. no. R49-R52. 3300AZ. Fract. which change with temperature. High strength low alloys steels CL: Classification 31 Mechanical Properties (MD) UD: Update 1989 AN: Accession Number 900131-0223 (MD) JV: Journal Volume 40 JI: Journal Issue 3 JP: Journal Pages R49-R52 SF: Subfile Metadex (MD) .Record 3 of 3 DN: Database Name CSA Materials Research Database with METADEX TI: Title Crack Propagation in ASTM A516 Grade 70 Steel Under Fatigue Loading Subjected to Different Temperatures AU: Author Ukadgaonker. da/dN = C ( Delta K) exp m . Dordrecht. V G.