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Mis-Matching of Welds

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Title: Mis-Matching of Welds
Author: K. H. Schwalbe M. Kocak
ISBN: 0852988982 / 9780852988985
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 912
Publisher: Wiley
Year: 1994
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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This work contains papers presented at the International Symposium on Mis-Matching of welds organized by the GKSS-Research Centre, Geesthact. "Mis-Matching of Welds" aims to identify and highlight the significance of strength mis-match on the fracture behaviour of welded or bonded joints and interfaces. It contains fifty-three papers contributed by eminent specialists from twenty-two countries. The papers present applications of fracture mechanics testing, failure assessment, and numerical analysis aspects of mis-matched weld joints or bimaterial interfaces. It contains new, challenging and innovative studies which clearly indicated the current interest and technological need in the area of strength mis-match.

Preface

Keynote Lectures and Summary of Round Table Discussion
Chapter 1 : Crack Growth at Bimaterial Interfaces Under Monotonic and Cyclic Loading
Chapter 2 : Fracture Mechanical and Structural Interpretation of bond Strength in Material Joints
Chapter 3 : Stresses in Ceramic-Metal Joints Under Mechanical and Thermal Loading
Chapter 4 : Strength and Performance Characteristics of Welded Joints
Chapter 5 : Significance of Strength Mis-Match in welds – Summary of a Round Table Discussion

Fracture of Bimatterial Interfaces
Chapter 6 : Mixed-Mode Fracture Mechanics of Brittle/Ductile Interfaces
Chapter 7 : Molecular Dynamic Approach to the Interface Crack Problem
Chapter 8 : Analysis of Steady-state Interface Crack Growth
Chapter 9 : Asymptotic Equations for Bimaterial Interface Corners in the Non-Linear Deformation Field
Chapter 10 : Thermal Stress Singularity and Fracture Strength at Bimaterial Crack Tips
Chapter 11 : Finite Element Calculation of Stress and Strain Fields in Elasto-Plastic Tow-Phase Compounds
Chapter 12 : Fast Interface Crack Propagation in Thermo-Mechanically Loaded Bimaterials
Chapter 13 : Thermal Crack Initiation and Propagation in Bimaterial Structures
Chapter 14 : Effects of Elastic Interlayer Thickness on Interfacial Failure with Respect to Thermal Loading
Chapter 15 : A Study of the Strength of the Bonded Face between Dissimilar Materials
Chapter 16 : Elastic-Plastic Crack Tip Fields for Bimaterial Interfaces and Interleaf Geometries
Chapter 17 : Local Versus Global J Integral Evaluation of Bimaterial Three Point Bending Specimens
Chapter 18 : Subinterfacial Fracture in Bimaterial Joints
Chapter 19 : Elastic-Plastic Behaviour around Subinterfacial Cracks
Chapter 20 : Deformation Analysis in the Joining Zone of Cold Pressure Butt Welds of Different Materials

Fracture of Mis-Matched Welds
Chapter 21 : Strength Mis-Matching and its Influence on the Performance of Welded Structures
Chapter 22 : The Effect of Weld Metal Mis-Match on Fracture Toughness Testing and Analysis Procedures
Chapter 23 : Effect of weld Strength Mis-Match on Elastic-Plastic Fracture Parameters for Small Tension Loaded Cracks
Chapter 24 : Analysis of the Mechanical Properties of Undermatched Weld Joints
Chapter 25 : Fracture Property of HAZ-Notched Weld Joint with Mechanical Mis-Matching – Part 1. Analysis of Strength Mis-Matching of Welds on Fracture Initiation Resistance of HAZ-Notched Joint
Chapter 26 : Fracture Property of HAZ-Notched Weld Joint with Mechanical Mis-Matching – Part II. Effect of Local Mechanical Mis-Matching on Fracture Initiation in Steel Weldment
Chapter 27 : Influence of Strength Matching and Crack Depth on the Fracture Parameters of Welded Joints
Chapter 28 : Effects of weld Metal Matching on the Fracture Behaviour of HAZ Notched CTOD and Wide Plate Test Specimens
Chapter 29 : Analysis of Fracture Behaviour of Mis-Matched Welds on Tensile Panels: Experimental and Numerical Study
Chapter 30 : Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Weld Metal Strength Mis-Match Effects in Medium and High Strength Steel Weldments
Chapter 31 : Evaluation of the Fracture Behaviour of Strength Mis-Matched Steel Weld Joints with Surface Cracked Tensile Panels and SENB Specimens

Defect Assessment
Chapter 32 : ETM-MM-The Engineering Treatment Model for Mis-Matched Welded Joints
Chapter 33 : On the Crack Driving Force and Constraint State in a Mis-Matched Welded Plate Under
Chapter 34 : Influence of Residual Stresses on Crack Driving Force for Weld Metal With Under-and Overmatching Yield Strength
Chapter 35 : Effect of Weld Metal Mis-Matching on Crack Driving Force
Chapter 36 : Fracture Parameters and Fracture Assessment for Welded Structures
Chapter 37 : The Influence of Yield to Tensile Ratio on the Crack Tolerance of Mis-Matched Girth Weld in Pipelines of API-SL-X70 Material
Chapter 38 : A Finite Element Study of Short Cracks in Mis-Matched Double ‘V’ Welds
Chapter 39 : A New J-Estimation Scheme for Cracks in Mis-Matching Welds – The ARAMIS Method
Chapter 40 : Prediction of Overmatching Effects on the Fracture of Stainless Steel Cracked Welds
Chapter 41 : Mis-Matching Effects in the Large-Scale Testing of aluminum Weldments

Fracture Performance
Chapter 42 : Experimental Investigation of the Fracture Behaviour of Over-and Undermatched Pipeline Girth Weld with Softened Heat-Affected Zones and Undermatched Weld Metal
Chapter 43 : Plastic Behaviour of Pipeline Girth Welds with Softened Heat-Affected Zones and Undermatched Weld Metal
Chapter 44 : HAZ Wide Plate and CTOD Test Performance of Quenched and Tempered Structural Steels Welded with Defferent Levels of Strength Mis-Match
Chapter 45 : Testing for Weld Metal Yield Strength
Chapter 46 : The Influence of Relative Weld Metal/Parent Plate Yield Strength on the Resultant Fracture Path in Impact Testing of Very High Strength Welded Steels
Chapter 47 : Evaluation of the Minimum Toughness in a Dissimilar Metal Weld Joint by the Tension Test
Chapter 48 : Fracture Mechanical Assessment of Welded Joints of Ferritic cast iron GGG-40 with Parent-Material-Like Weld Metal
Chapter 49 : Application of Very Low Yield Strength Consumables in the Root Pass of Weldments to Prevent Preheating
Chapter 50 : Life Reduction in High Temperature Structures Due to Mis-Match of Weld and Parent Material Creep Properties
Chapter 51 : Long-Term Creep Strength of Transition Welds Joining Boiler Tubes of Austenitic and Ferritic Steels
Chapter 52 : Investigating the Damage Behaviour of Austenitic-Ferritic Weld Joints Chapter 53. : Nitrogen Redistribution in Steel Weldments

Index

 
 
 
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