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Structures

Seung I1 Seo ~ and Chang Doo Jang 2

Welding deformations injure the beauty of appearance of a structure and decrease its

buckling strength. In addition, welding deformations cause errors during the assembly of the

structure and prevent increase of productivity. Welding deformations of real structures are

complicated and the accurate prediction of welding deformations has been a difficult

problem. This study presents a method to predict welding deformations of large structures

accurately and practically based on the accumulated research results. The presented method

uses the finite element method combining the inherent strain theory and the experimental

results for accurate and efficient analysis. The weld joint is assumed to be divided into 3

regions : inherent strain region, material softening region and base metal region. The

simplified elasto-plastic analysis method is introduced and representative material values

during the thermal elasto-plastic process are used in this method. It is revealed from the

analysis results for the simple welded model that the inherent strains are changed by joint

restraint as well as heat input and elastic modulus of the inherent strain region, and the

material softening region must be different from that of the base metal region. These results

have been supported by the experimental data. The method proposed in this study can be

combined with the commercial finite element analysis software to predict reasonably an

efficiently the welding deformations of large structures.

INTRODUCTION deformations and prior consideration of allowances.

Local melting, nonuniform temperature distribution

When structures are welded, heat is supplied to melt and plastic yielding are major process of formation of

the joint and nonuniform temperature distribution is welding deformation. During the process, mechanical

caused due to local melting and thermal transfer. As a properties of material are changed according to

result, nouniform thermal strains and stresses are caused temperature. In short, welding deformation is the product

and plastic strains remain after thermal cycle. Residual of complicated nonlinear behaviors of the structure during

plastic strains around welded joints are the cause of welding. Various factors affecting formation of welding

permanent deformation. deformation can be selected, but major factors can be

Welding deformations injure the beauty of structures divided into heat parameter, material factors and restraint

and decrease the buckling strength. In addition, welding parameter around welded joints. The heating parameter

deformations cause errors during the assembly of the can be divided in detail into welding voltage, welding

structure and prevent increased productivity. If welding current, speed, the type of electrode and the number of

deformations after cooling can be predicted precisely at passes. The material factors can be divided into yield

the initial design stage, the amount of strength stress and elastic modulus which depend on temperature.

degeneration can be considered before production and And also, the restraint parameter can be divided in detail

safety of the structure can be improved. And also, the into welding sequence, dimension and geometry of joint

prediction of welding deformations can prevent the trial- and so on. Many research papers on prediction of welding

and-error process during manufacturing and can save deformations have been published, but practical useful

production time. For precise construction of structures, the methods for prediction of general deformations of general

errors resulting from welding must be reduced, which can structures have not emerged because so many factors are

i Principal Researcher, Technical Research Institute, Hanjin Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., Seoul, Korea.

z Professor, Department of Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

Manuscript received by JSP Committee January 29, 1998.

concerned with formation of welding deformations. method and the numerical method is proposed. The

Accumulated research results up to now as to complicated thermal elasto-plastic analysis is omitted by

welding deformations can be classified into the results by using the inherent strain method, and restrictions of the

the experimental method, the ones by the analytical classical inherent strain theory are overcome by

method and the ones by the numerical method. The introducing the finite element method. The transient

experimental method is composed of measurement of process of formation of the welding deformation is

welding deformations, arrangement of measured data by represented by one characteristic stage. That is to say,

the proposed parameters, and deduction of the relation time varying material properties during welding are

between the parameters [1]. The relation between represented by the specified representative values at one

parameters is normally confined to the specified instant. Experimental data for the simple structures are

deformation mode because the number of combination used for improving accuracy. Availability and accuracy of

between the parameters is so many and experimental the proposed method are revealed by example calculations.

results are limited by cost and time. As complex welding

deformations of real structures are the combined ones of NOMENCLATURE

basic deformation modes and the contribution of each

mode cannot be made clear by the limited experimental A = sectional area of welded region

results, the experimental method is only useful in B = overall breadth of plate, if B is greater than I Oh,

estimation of specified deformation of the simple structure. B is taken as 10h to consider effective mean

The analytical method is based on the classical temperature

theory of elasticity and neglects the thermal elasto-plastic b = maximum breadth of inherent strain region

process. The analytical method only considers residual b,, = breadth of plate to calculate mean temperature,

plastic strains, which are defined as inherent strains, and which normally can be considered as 5h.

assumes all the regions including the inherent strain b(z) = breadth of inherent strain region

region remain elastic [2]. Calculation of the welding C = restraining factor

deformation results in the solution of problems of the c = specific heat of material, which is taken as 0. I

theory of elasticity [3]. However, the analytical method 1 0 3 cal/kgC for mild steel

has shortcomings such that possible solutions of the d = maximum depth of inherent strain region, which

theory of elasticity problems are limited and the solution normally may be taken as b/2.

for the large structure is impossible. The region and E = elastic modulus of material which can be taken

magnitude of the inherent strain should be given by the as 20.6Gpa for mild steel.

experimental results, e = distance between the neutral axis of beam

Nowadays, the numerical method such as the finite section and the weld line

element method and the boundary element method are Ei~ = elastic modulus of inherent strain region in the

popular in almost all engineering fields because the direction normal to the weld line

simulation of behavior is possible [4], [5] and [6]. Eiy = elastic modulus of inherent strain region in the

Commercial general purpose software such as ABAQUS direction parallel to the weld line

[7] and ANSYS [8] based on the finite element method F = reaction force at the boundary between welded

enable simulation of the thermal elasto-plastic process region and material softening region

during welding. Specified software SYSWELD [9] for the f = portion of initial heat input to increase

welded structures enables more convenient analysis of the temperature of inherent strain region, which

welding deformations. However, the accurate thermal normally can be taken as 0.4

elasto-plastic analysis using the software requires very f~ = normal force of inherent strain region per unit

much computing time. Simulation of the welding process length

for the simple structure take hundreds of seconds by Fy = force at the end of inherent strain region parallel

supercomputer for the step-by-step analysis of a nonlinear to the weld line

problem. If an engineering workstation is used in the H = height of beam

simulation, several days will be consumed. For practical h = thickness of plate

purposes, accurate simulation of the welding process for I = moment of inertia of beam section

the real large structures by the finite element method is k = spring constant at the boundary

impossible, k~ = spring constant normal to the weld line at the

In this study, to overcome the shortcomings of the boundary between inherent strain region and the

developed methods mentioned above and for practical other region

prediction of welding deformations, a new method ky = spring constant parallel to the weld line at the

combining the experimental method, the analytical boundary between inherent strain region and the

the other region v = Poisson's ratio, which can be taken as 0.3 for

L length of welded region mild steel

L/ = length of restrained plate along the weld line p = density of the material, which is taken as 7.85

L 2 = breadth of restrained plate 10-3kg/cm 3for mild steel.

m x moment of inherent strain region per unit cry = yield stress of material, which can be taken as

length parallel to the weld line 245Mpa for mild steel.

My moment at the end of inherent strain region o-r~ = yield stress of material in the direction normal

normal to the weld line to the weld line

Q = heat input per unit length during welding crry = yield stress of material in the direction parallel

r radius of curvature of longitudinal bending to the weld line

deformation of beam (~ : b(z) ~c~~

S = translational shrinkage of plate normal to the (y : 6(z) E, cyj

weld line

Tc T.,- To S I M P L I F I E D M O D E L TO R E P R E S E N T T H E R M A L

T~m = T,,~)- To E L A S T O - P L A S T I C PROCESS IN W E L D I N G

T~ = T,,,~)- To

T~ = mean temperature after heat has been The restrictions of analytical inherent strain theory

transferred to material softening region and are that combination of deformation modes in large

base metal region structures is not possible and the effect of various welding

To,o~ : maximum temperature at which material loses parameters on deformation can not be shown clearly.

the capacity to resist deformation, which can However, Ueda et al have proposed a method to calculate

be taken as 830C for mild steel. equivalent forces resulting from inherent strains of the

Tin(x) : mean temperature in the thickness direction welded structure, and proposed a basis for finite element

Tm(y ) = men temperature in the plane of plate analysis of welding deformations [10]. But, their method

T,, = room temperature neglected the fact that welding deformations are formed at

T, : To,o~- To high temperature and equivalent forces causing

Y: = temperature change in the temperature deformations at high temperature are much less than those

decreasing stage at room temperature. And, also, their method has

T2 (max) = maximum temperature change in the shortcomings such that inherent strains do not depend on

temperature decreasing stage the degree of restraint around welded joints, which is

Z distance from the origin in the plate thickness supported by experimental results [2].

direction As the main idea of this study is to combine the

a coefficient of thermal expansion of the inherent strain theory with the elastic finite element

material, which is taken as 1.110-s/C for method and to predict practically welding deformations of

mild steel structures without neglecting the facts revealed in

angular deformation of plate experiments, a simplified model to describe thermal

~0 = angular deformation with constraint process during welding is proposed.

4 = free angular deformation The weld joint is assumed to be divided into three

g. total strain of welded region parts : welded region, material softening region and base

CpC~ = plastic strain of inherent strain region normal metal region. The welded region experiences rapid

to the weld line temperature rise and transfer of heat input. In the welded

~'po'~ = plastic strain of inherent strain region parallel region, which is called as an inherent strain region, plastic

to the weld line deformation occurs and plastic strains remain. Around the

cp/ = plastic strain of welded region during inherent strain region, heat is transferred and temperature

temperature increasing stage increases. The inherent strain region is the place where

~p2 = plastic strain of welded region during plastic strains are concentrated. However, there can be a

temperature decreasing stage region where plastic strains are not created but material

q~ = heat conduction factor in the direction normal properties are changed due to heat transferred from the

to the weld line to consider the geometry of inherent strain region. This region may be defined as the

q, = welded joint, which can be taken as 1 for flat material softening region. Material properties are softened

plate heat conduction factor in the direction in the material softening region due to high temperature

parallel to the weld line to consider the but plastic strains do not appear. Except the inherent strain

geometry of welded joint, which can be taken region and material softening region, the base metal

as 1 for the flat plate. region has the material properties of room temperature

and remains elastic. Rapid temperature changes of the

inherent strain region are restrained by the material er : -er~ (5)

softening region and the base metal region. The material

softening region may make little contribution to Plastic strain can be given by combining eqn (2), eqn(3)

restraining the inherent strain region because material and eqn (4) as follows.

properties and strength may be negligible in high

temperature. p2 : -6~T2 + cry + cry A (6)

E kL

considered as the sum of plastic strains produced during

temperature increasing stage and temperature decreasing

stage. The maximum temperature change during

temperature decreasing stage can be expressed as follows.

M2

~(,,,~) = T,,o~ - T,,, (7)

Fig. 1 Simplified model for describing welding process

err err A (8)

% : %1- %2 =- [ ~(Y,,,- Vo) + T +--~-1

Fig. 1 shows a body and spring model to represent the

mechanical process of welding [11]. The behavior of the

material softening region and the base metal region is From eqn (8), it can be known that residual inherent

represented by the spring of Fig. 1. Thermal stress is strain is determined by mean temperature after welding,

caused by the difference of temperatures and thermal material properties and the effect of restraint.

expansions between the welded region and the other During thermal elasto-plastic process, temperature

regions. Initial heat input makes the temperature of the and material properties are changed, but in simplified

welded region rise up to melting temperature, where the thermal elasto-plastic analysis, one characteristic value is

material loses the capacity to resist deformation and all assumed to represent the whole process for simplification.

the thermal expansion is converted to plastic strain. That

is to say,

DEFINITION OF INHERENT STRAIN REGION

C p I : _CtTl (1)

The region where plastic strains remain can be

While the heat input of the welded region is transferred to defined as the inherent strain region. At the temperature in

the material softening region, the welded region which material loses the capacity to resist deformation,

experiences temperature decrease and elasto-plastic the deformation of material is converted to plastic strain

process. The equilibrium equation of forces between the directly. The temperature can be defined as critical

welded region and the other region is as follows. temperature. The region where the temperature exceeds

the critical temperature becomes the plastic strain region.

era + F = 0 (2) Plastic deformation can occur in the region below the

critical temperature, but most plastic temperature occurs

Stress-strain relation of the welded region is given by within the region above the critical temperature. For the

simplicity, the region above the critical temperature can be

defined as the inherent strain region where plastic strains

er = E ( E - c t T 2 - Cp2 ) (3) remain. The shape of the isothermal curve of the critical

Reaction force at the boundary can be expressed as temperature is near elliptical, which is verified by theory

follows. and experiment. Though the inherent strain region can be

determined by the temperature distribution curves

F = kcL (4) obtained by the heat conduction theory, it can also be

determined by the following thermal equilibrium relation

When yielding occurs in the welded region, the stress (see Fig. 2).

becomes the yield stress of the material. That is to say,

/ j /

kA ~ Fy

Z

b >

~heren~I~ainRe:Ion

Fig. 3 Shrinkage forces of the inherent strain region

X

along the weld line

, aterial SofteningRe'on

Base l~etal l~gion X / in the plate thickness direction. The mean temperature of

(b) Section of welded plate plates of medium thickness can be calculated as follows.

Q

Fig. 2 Definition of inherent strain region Tc~ - r/ (12)

c [3b m

7r

cp 4 bd(T"'~- T ) = f Q (9) As most welding deformations are formed while the

inherent strain region is in high temperature and elastic

modulus is low, the elastic modulus Eix of the inherent

The area of the inherent strain region can be strain region can be taken as follows considering

obtained by eqn (9) as follows. experimental results.

E

-rc- b d - fQ (lO)

Eix - 25 (13)

4 (T,,~, -To)

As yield stress as well as elastic modulus of material

A M E T H O D TO CALCULATE EQUIVALENT becomes low at high temperature state, the ratio of yield

NODAL F O R C E S stress and elastic modulus o-rx/Ei, of eqn (11) can be

considered constant. The spring constant k, of at the

The inherent strain region along the weld line is boundary between the inherent strain region and the other

shown in Fig. 3. In order to calculate the deformation regions can be obtained by applying unit loads to the

induced by shrinkage of the inherent strain region using boundary of the base metal region and calculating

the finite element method, it is convenient to calculate the influence coefficients of the structure. The spring constant

equivalent nodal forces corresponding to shrinkage due to can be varied according to plate thickness and position

inherent strain. Equivalent forces induced by the inherent along the thickness. The typical spring constant can be

strain can be divided into the forces and moments acting taken as the value at the surface of the plate. The detailed

in the direction normal to the weld line and those acting in expression of the spring constant is as follows.

the direction parallel to the weld line. Normal forces of

the inherent strain region per unit length can be calculated 1

by using the equation to calculate plastic strain of the kx - h2 (14)

simplified model as follows. e I + ~- e2

h/2 /b(X dz = Ei= [aTc(=) + Yr~ + ~Vxh]~r d Shrinkage moment per unit length mx of the inherent

f~ = E,~ f!w2 strain region can be calculated as follows.

Eix kxb ~ 4 (11)

1 ~rx Crrxh :r h

m x = Ei, f.h/~2bZ(xdz = E,x [aT~.(x) + - - + - - ] - - d ~

Forces normal to the weld line and moments parallel to Eix kxb 4

the the weld line are affected by temperature gradient in (15)

the plate thickness direction because shrinkage normal to

the weld line is dependent on the temperature distribution where, the center of the inherent strain region is taken as

h/5 for simplifying the calculation and considering the summarized as shown in Fig. 4.

experimental results.

Equivalent forces and moments of the inherent strain I Input of welding condition

region at the ends of the weld line can be calculated [

following the same procedure. The forces parallel to the ] Input of geometric shape of structure

weld line and the moments normal to the weld line which

come from temperature gradient in the direction normal to

I

Definition of inherent strain region, material softening

the weld line are acting on the ends of the weld line region and base metal region

because among the weld line shrinkage forces and I

moments cancel each other. The forces are calculated as Finite element modeling and input of material

follows. properties of the inherent strain region

h/2 _ crrv Cryyh , rc , , I

F v = E,v f:h/2ep~v)dz - E,v [ctTc(v) + ~ - + ~ v b J 4 0 a Calculation of spring constants from influence

. . . . Eiy . coefficients after execution of finite element analysis

(16) by applying unit loads

[

E~v is different from E,x because the mean temperature

Calculation of equivalent loads of the inherent strain

in the thickness direction is higher than the mean

region

temperature in the whole dimension. Welding

deformations normal to the weld line are formed at high

I

Calculation of welding deformations by combining the

temperature state and resistance of the inherent strain

influence coefficients obtained from the previous

region and the other regions is small, otherwise welding

calculation

deformations parallel to the weld line are formed

Fig. 4 A procedure to calculate welding deformation

continuously while temperature gradient between the

inherent strain region and the other regions exists. As a

The inherent strain region is obtained by eqn (10)

result, the characteristic value of Eiy in low mean

and the magnitude of inherent strain in each direction is

temperature state is larger than that of Ei~ in high mean

also obtained by eqn (8). As the material constants of the

temperature state. For simplicity and reasonable accuracy,

inherent strain region and material softening region in the

E~,.can be assumed to be as follows.

direction normal to the weld line are different from those

E (17) in the direction parallel to the weld line, the elements

E~v - 2 corresponding to the inherent strain region and the

material softening region are modeled as orthotropic

material. In finite element modeling, the inherent strain

In the section normal to the weld line, the mean

region is included in the elements representing the

temperature difference can be calculated as follows.

material softening region to prevent the case in which the

inherent strain region cannot include the whole thickness

Q of the plate and to simplify the model. The magnitude of

Tc~v) - c p B h rl-v (18) inherent strain depends on the restraining effect as well as

temperature distribution. So, unit loads are applied at the

boundary of the inherent strain region and deformations

The spring constant kv in the direction parallel to the

are calculated by finite element analysis. The spring

weld line can be calculated following the same procedure

constants are given by eqn (14). Equivalent loads are

mentioned above. Equivalent moments can be given by

calculated by using eqns (11), (15), (16) and (19), which

are the integrated values of inherent strain. Final

MY=- E ' v f ! ~ z- e P ( v ) d z = E ' -v [ aTc(Y) + ~iy. kyb 4 .9 deformations are calculated by finite element analysis for

the calculated equivalent loading case, but if the principle

(19)

of superposition is used, they can be given by combining

the results for the unit loading cases without performing

C A L C U L A T I O N AND DISCUSSION

full finite element analysis.

As a simple example, deformations of bead-on-plate

In the above, a method to calculate equivalent loads

welding shown in Fig. 5 are calculated following the

corresponding to welding shrinkage was proposed. A

procedure shown in Fig. 4. The results are shown in Fig. 6

procedure to predict welding deformations combining the

and Fig. 7, from which it can be said that the proposed

proposed method with the finite element method can be

method in this study considers properly the effect of restraints, in case that the elastic modulus of the inherent

welding conditions revealed in the experimental results strain region and the material softening region is the same

[1]. as that of the base metal region, the angular deformation

ratio of Fig. 9 is not affected by the restraint coefficient.

Therefore, from the results shown in Fig. 9, it is revealed

I

that the magnitude of inherent strain is affected by the

external restraint and as most of the bending deformation

of plate occurs at the high temperature region, the elastic

modulus of the inherent strain region and the material

softening region is much lower than that of the base metal

region. The proposed method of this study is revealed to

have good applicability to reflect the phenomena shown in

the experiments.

q ----i~Calculated results /

30 ..... '

S 25

E "~20

Fig. 5 Deformation of bead-on-welded plate

~'15

As the second example, a plate restrained around the a~5

boundaries shown in Fig. 9 is chosen to reveal the effect g~

c

of external restraint. The calculated results are shown in < 5

Fig. 9. Restraining factor C of Fig. 9 which represents the

0 1 I I

restraining effect of members around the plate is defined

0.0 0.5 1.0 1,5 2.0

as follows [21.

Heat Input Parameter ( Q / h * * 2 * 1 0 * * ( - 3 ) ,

cal/cm**3)

1 re4 II s (l-v)

- - ~ r - (~)]

~ l1

(20) Fig. 7 Angular deformation of bead-on-welded plates

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0

2

O9

1:3)

1.5

,n,~ ,tBI

C

XL 1 ,,,u' "

O9

m

0~ 0.5

./

C

b'-

0 i n

0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0

Heat Input Parameter (Q/h**2*10**(-3), Fig. 8 Plate with restraining beams

cal/cm**3)

Longitudinal bending deformation of long built-

If the magnitude of inherent strain is not affected by up members shown in Fig. 10 can be calculated as shown

external restraint, the ratio of angular deformations of Fig. in Fig. 11. The formula proposed by Tsuji [2] from the

9 will show a nearly straight line according to the experiments and theoretical analysis is as follows.

J - - - "0 . . . . C a l c u l a t e d Rsults by Tsup's Formula

1 a e + C a l c u l a t e d Results by Author

r - 0 . 4 -cp

-1Q (21 )

v 6

From the results shown in Fig. 11, it can be said that

the deformation prediction method proposed in this study 5

can be applied to the analysis of longitudinal deformation.

~4

Results E

I '~O'~ Expen mental E cons,dered) 03

- 'Ill" " -Calculated Results (Reduction of

1_

-- -A-.- - Calculated Results (Reduction of E not considered

1.2 -g 2

E

o 1

.... -a- ....

rm

0 i i i i

go.8 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5

Heat Input (Q-10-*(-3) cal/cm)

~0.6 Fig. 11 Longitudinal deformation parameters of the

~ 0 . 4

edge welded beams

-0.2 ........ -I . . . . . . .

Fig. 9 Angular deformation ratio of the restrained

plate

t

CONCLUSIONS

Fig. 10 Longitudinal bending deformation of the long Welding deformations of real structures are complex

welded beam because various basic modes are combined and factors

governing the modes are complicated. The accurate

As the final example, a typical stiffened plate of a prediction of welding deformation has been a difficult

ship block is selected. The welding deformations of the problem. In spite of many research results, the theory

plate shown in Fig. 12 are the superposed results of which is capable of including various factors concerned

several deformation modes. The deformed shape obtained with welding deformations and predicting accurately the

by following the proposed procedure of Fig. 4 is shown in welding deformations of large structures has not been

Fig. 13. It is revealed that the proposed method can developed. This study presented a method to predict

analyze the complicated deformations of the real welded welding deformations of large structures accurately and

structures. practically based on the accumulated research results. The

In Fig. 13, one element covers the breadth of the presented method uses the finite element method

inherent strain region. The structure is modeled by shell combining the inherent strain theory and experimental

elements with 3-dimensional translational and rotational results for accurate and efficient analysis. A simplified

degrees-of-freedom. Calculated nodal forces and moments elasto-plastic analysis was introduced and representative

are applied to the nodal points of individual elements and values during the thermal elasto-plastic process were used

summed. in this method. It was revealed from the analysis results

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softening region must be different from that of the base Pergamon Press, 1980, pp. 148-188.

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