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Acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metal

M. N. Watson

Acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metal

a reappraisal.

by M. N. Watson

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Published by Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Southampton in [Southampton] .
Written in English


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ME 77/11.

ContributionsUniversity of Southampton. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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Open LibraryOL13923336M

Results indicated that the addition of Ti and Cr in the MKG weld metal suppressed the formation of pro-eutectoid ferrite and ferrite side plate and contributed to the formation of acicular ferrite. The inclusions composed of (Ti, Mn) oxides and Mn, Cu sulfides became nucleation sites of Cited by: 1. The presence of inclusions is very important for the formation and growth of acicular ferrite in the weld metal of microalloyed steel. 2. It is showned that inclusions, such as MnS and MnS surface coating, (MnCu)S and its coating and MnOxAl2O3, can nucleate acicular ferrite in Cited by: 1.

in the flux enhance the formation of acicular ferrite in the weld metal [Evans, ]. The oxides in the flux contribute to development of oxide inclusions in the weld during slag-metal reaction and that facilitate to nucleation of acicular ferrite in weld metal [Dowling , ]. The weld metal chemistry is . Metallurgical and mechanical properties of laser welded high strength low alloy steel Ramachandran Oyyaravelu*, Palaniyandi Kuppan, major significant factor for affecting acicular ferrite in the weld metal. Cao et al. [13] examined weldability of HSLA steel of.

transformation kinetics of acicular ferrite [ 3, 24]. The temper-ature range for nucleation of acicular ferrite has been found to be – °C, depending on the chemical composition and cooling rate of steel weld metals [24, 25]. However, phase transformations in steel weld metals are complex, involving. In this experiment, an attempt has been made to maintain the volume fraction of acicular ferrite by alloying elements in weld metal with variation of low to high heat input range. The purpose of this experiment is to determine the effect of different alloyed wire with respect to critical welding parameters on mechanical & Metallurgical properties.


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Acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metal by M. N. Watson Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this paper, the nature of the fine interlocking acicular ferrite microstructure in HSLA steel weld metals is investigated. The results strongly suggest the acicular ferrite is comprised of intragranularly nucleated Widmanstätten ferrite.

Further, it is shown that the active nucleation sites for this ferritic product are weld metal by: If conditions (as discussed in Chapter 1) are suitable for the development of acicular ferrite, the toughness of as-deposited ferritic steel weld metal will improve if the amount of alloying elements is increased until coarse primary ferrite has been replaced by fine-grained acicular ferrite.

Within this range, strength and toughness both increase. Effect of austenitizing temperature, in the range of – °C, on acicular ferrite transformation in X65 HSLA pipeline steel was shown in Fig.

1, the starting and finishing temperatures for phase transformation during continuous cooling, namely Acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metal book r1 and A r3 respectively, were both decreased with increasing the austenization by: In fact, acicular ferrite steels can also be regarded as HSLA steel since we can obtain acicular ferrite structure when the hot-rolled microalloy steel is subject to fast cooling.

As the name suggests, acicular suggests, the microstructure consists of needle shape or lenticular shaped grains. of acicular ferrite in a low-carbon high-strength steel weld metal were investigated by means of computer-aided three-dimensional reconstruction technique and electron back- scattered diffraction.

Acicular ferrite has a microstructure comprised of fine interwoven ferrite laths or plates, and was first recognized in high-strength, low-alloy (HSLA) steel weld metals.

This fine interlocking structure was found to be a desirable microstructure in low-carbon steel weldments because it showed improved toughness over that of other. Thermodynamics of the Acicular Ferrite Transformation in Alloy-Steel Weld Deposits J.

Yang and H. Bhadeshia Abstract. The mechanism by which acicular ferrite grows is not understood and this hinders the development of phase transformation models used in the prediction of microstructure. @article{osti_, title = {Cleavage fracture in high strength low alloy weld metal}, author = {Bose, W.W.

and Bowen, P. and Strangwood, M.}, abstractNote = {The present investigation gives an evaluation of the effect of microstructure on the cleavage fracture process of High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) multipass weld metals.

With additions of alloying elements, such as Ti, Ni, Mo and Cr, the. To evaluate the influence of carbon on the formation of acicular ferrite a low carbon pipeline steel, a medium carbon HSLA steel, a medium carbon rail steel and a high carbon rail steel are studied within this paper.

Using HT-LSCM the formation of acicular ferrite can be observed clearly, as illustrated in Figure 1 for the HSLA : Denise Loder, Alexander Mayerhofer, Susanne Katharina Michelic.

A comparative study of the effect of low temperature on the mechanical properties of an Acicular ferrite high strength-low alloy steel is reported. The composition of the steel is: C, Mn, Ni, Mo, Nb.

(FS. Evolution of Weld Metal Microstructure in Shielded Metal Arc Welding of X70 HSLA steel with cellulosic electrodes: – A case study The nature of acicular ferrite in HSLA steel weld metals. The Ti addition effect on the characteristics of weld metal, such as impact energy, microstructure and nonmetallic inclusions, was investigated to develop a suitable gas metal arc welding wire for the high strength of TMCP (Thermo Mechanical Control Process) steel.

The fraction of acicular ferrite which was known to be a favorable weld metal microstructure for toughness was increased with Author: Jin Hyun Koh, Bok Su Jang. Search SpringerLink. Search. Published: January ; The coexistence of acicular ferrite and bainite in an alloy-steel weld metal.

Yang 1, C. Yang 1 &Cited by: 6. HSLA Steel Categories. High-strength low-alloy steels include many standard and proprietary grades designed to provide specific desirable combinations of properties such as strength, toughness, formability, weld-ability, and atmospheric corrosion resistance.

These steels are not consid. Abstract: A type of X80 grade high strength and toughness pipeline steel was designed and researched. The strengthening mechanism of the steel was analyzed by SEM, TEM and XRD, and the CO 2 corrosion behavior of the steel was simulated by high-temperature and high-pressure autoclave.

The result shows that the microstructure of the base metal is mainly acicular ferrite with a small amount of. Acicular Ferrite in Steel Weld Deposits" Materials Science and Technology, Vol. 5,pp. Yang and H. Bhadeshia "The Dislocation Density of Acicular Ferrite in Steel Welds" American Welding Journal, Vol.

69,pp. Yang and H. Bhadeshia "The Transition from Bainite to Acicular Ferrite in. Introduction. The weld metal metallurgy for C-Mn and low alloy steels differs significantly from the base metal metallurgy in several aspects: heating and cooling rates of a weld are much more faster than those of a steel base metal during its manufacturing process; the microstructure of the weld metal is columnar and as melted, and it was not submitted to any subsequent thermo-mechanical.

The size, distribution and composition of nonmetallic inclusions in HSLA steel weld metal has been shown to play a key role in the final strength and toughness of the deposited weld.

The purpose of this study was to develop a procedure for analysis of nonmetallic inclusions in HSLA steel multipass weldments utilizing optical microscopy and. Full text of "Investigation into the mechanism of acicular ferrite nucleation in steel weld metal" See other formats DUDLEY KNOX IjdKAKV POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MOr.£REYCA sW ^ 6 NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California THESIS INVESTIGATION INTO THE MECHANISM OF ACICULAR FERRITE NUCLEATION IN STEEL WELD METAL by Michael F.

Welding of High Strength low Alloy (HSLA) Steels 1. Presented by Sankar N Welding of High Strength low Alloy (HSLA) Steels 2.

CONTENTS • Introduction • Physical Metallurgy of HSLA Steel • Welding Metallurgy of HSLA Steel • Problems Encountered In HSLA Steel Welding • Solution For The Problem • Conclusion.

2 3. Open: High Strength Steel Welding Research. ABSTRACT. The application of high strength low alloy (HSLA) steels has been limited by the availability of suitable filler metals. Specifically, as the weld metal strength increases, the susceptibility to hydrogen- assisted cracking increases.High-strength low-alloy steel (HSLA) is a type of alloy steel that provides better mechanical properties or greater resistance to corrosion than carbon steels vary from other steels in that they are not made to meet a specific chemical composition but rather specific mechanical properties.; 18(1) Study of Pipeline Steels with Acicular Ferrite Microstructure and Ferrite-bainite Dual-phase Microstructure 39 different.

Dual-phase microstructure in steel 2 and steel 3 will decrease the yield strength by approximately MPa, thereby leading to the decrease of yield ratio from in.