Boellinghaus, Thomas

Cracking Phenomena in Welds IV

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Table of contents

Part I. Hot Cracking Phenomena I—Testing

1. A Historical Perspective on Varestraint Testing and the Importance of Testing Parameters
Joel Andersson, Jonny Jacobsson, Carl Lundin

2. Improved Understanding of Varestraint Testing—Nickel-Based Superalloys
Joel Andersson, Jonny Jacobsson, Anssi Brederholm, Hannu Hänninen

3. Towards Establishment of Weldability Testing Standards for Solidification Cracking
N. Coniglio, C. E. Cross

4. Use of Computational and Experimental Techniques to Predict Susceptibility to Weld Cracking
A. T. Hope, J. C. Lippold

Part II. Hot Cracking Phenomena II—Design Considerations

5. Considerations for Sound Parameter Studies in Electron Beam Welding of Thick Walled Components
C. Wiednig, N. Enzinger, C. Beal

6. Consideration of Welding-Specific Component Design on Solidification Crack Initiation
Christian Gollnow, Thomas Kannengießer

7. Prediction of Ductility-Dip Cracking in Narrow Groove Welds Using Computer Simulation of Strain Accumulation
Steven L. McCracken, Jonathan K. Tatman

Part III. Hot Cracking Phenomena—Materials

8. Ductility-Dip Cracking Susceptibility of Commercially Pure Ni and Ni-Base Alloys Utilizing the Strain-to-Fracture Test
Vern C. Kreuter V, John C. Lippold

9. Evaluation of Solidification Cracking Susceptibility in Austenitic Stainless Steel Welds Using Laser Beam Welding Transverse-Varestraint Test
Eun-Joon Chun, Hayato Baba, Kazutoshi Nishimoto, Kazuyoshi Saida

10. Comparative Evaluation of Mesoscale Sensitivity to Crack Formation in Multi-pass Welds Using Wires IN52 and IN52MSS
K. A. Yushchenko, V. S. Savchenko, A. V. Zvyagintseva, N. O. Chervyakov, L. I. Markashova

11. Welding Optimization of Dissimilar Copper-Aluminum Thin Sheets with High Brightness Lasers
Fidel Zubiri, María Mar Petite, Jaime Ochoa, María San Sebastian

12. Elevated Temperature, Solid-State Cracking in Welds
John C. Lippold

Part IV. Hot Cracking Susceptibility of Ni-Base Alloys

13. Weldability Evaluation of High Chromium, Ni-Base Filler Metals Using the Cast Pin Tear Test
Eric Przybylowicz, Boian Alexandrov, John Lippold, Steven McCracken

14. Multi-scale Modeling of the Stress-Strain State During Welding of Ni-Based Alloys
K. A. Yushchenko, V. S. Savchenko, N. O. Chervyakov, A. V. Zvyagintseva, E. A. Velikoivanenko

15. Weldability of Cast and Wrought Nickel Base Alloys 59, 617 and 625
C. Fink, M. Zinke, S. Jüttner

Part V. Cold Cracking Phenomena

16. Numerical Investigations on Hydrogen-Assisted Cracking in Duplex Stainless Steel Microstructures
T. Mente, Th. Boellinghaus

17. Hydrogen Assisted Cracking of a Subsea-Flowline
Th. Boellinghaus, E. Steppan, T. Mente

Part VI. Stress Corrosion and Cold Cracking Phenomena

18. Numerical Modelling of Hydrogen Assisted Cracking in Steel Welds
Th. Boellinghaus, T. Mente, P. Wongpanya, E. Viyanit, E. Steppan

19. Metallurgical Factors Influencing the Susceptibility of Hydrogen Assisted Cracking in Dissimilar Metal Welds for Application Under Cathodic Protection
D. Bourgeois, B. Alexandrov, J. Lippold, J. Fenske

20. Hydrogen Trapping in Supermartensitic Stainless Steel TIG Welds
Th. Boellinghaus, D. Eliezer

Part VII. Elevated Temperature Solid-State Cracking

21. Stress-Relief Cracking in Simulated-Coarse-Grained Heat Affected Zone of a Creep-Resistant Steel
Katherine Strader, Boian T. Alexandrov, John C. Lippold

22. Testing Approaches for Stress Relaxation Cracking in Gamma-Prime Strengthened Ni-Base Alloys
David C. Tung, John C. Lippold

Keywords: Materials Science, Metallic Materials, Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials, Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer

Publication year
1st ed. 2016
Page amount
11 pages
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