mgr inż. Adrian Wolski
- Assistant at Institute of Manufacturing and Materials Technology
- covered electrodes
- arc strikes, underwater welding, smaw, covered electrode, high strength steel, diffusible hydrogen
- arc welding flux-cored wire storage conditions weldability difusible hydrogen content
- auxcentic cell
- cykle cieplne spawania
- diffusion hydrogen
- fatigue life
- fcaw, flux-cored wires, weather conditions, storage
In this paper, a comparison of the mechanical properties of high-strength low-alloy S460Nsteel welded joints is presented. The welded joints were made by the gas metal arc welding (GMAW)process in the air environment and water, by the local cavity welding method. Welded joints were testedfollowing the EN ISO 15614-1:2017 standard. After welding, the non-destructive—visual, penetrant,radiographic, and ultrasonic (phased array) tests...
The participation of high strength steels in marine and offshore structures is increasing, which makes it necessary to develop recommendations for underwater repair welding works. The article presents the results of bead-on-plate welded specimens made of S700MC high strength steel in underwater wet welding conditions by covered elec- trodes. Three specimens with heat input values in the range 0.91-1.05 kJ/mm were made. The specimens...
Wet welding with covered electrodes (Shielded Metal Arc Welding – SMAW) is the most commonly used method of carrying out welding repair works in a water environment. Limited visibility and the inability to move freely under water result in an increased risk of formation of welding imperfections such as lack of fusion, lack of penetration and arc strikes. The work focused on changes in the properties and structure of steel subjected...
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