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Ahl Sarmadi M, Shamanian M, Edris H, Behjat A, Mohtadi Bonab M, Szpunar J. Evolution of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding of Super Duplex Stainless Steel UNSS32750. JWSTI 2016; 1 (1) :50-63
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In this study the microstructure and mechanical properties of super duplex stainless steel UNS S32750 welding was studied. For this purpose, the method of gas tungsten arc and filler metal AWS ER2594 with a diameter of 4.2 mm was used. In order to investigate the microstructure light microscopy and electron microscopy equipped with backscatter electron diffraction were used. Mechanical properties were studied by hardness and tensile tests. Weld metal had  Cast structure with austenite in the dendrite form  located in ferrite matrix. It was also observed in the melting zone after welding, the ferrite volume fraction decreased to 50 percent 60% base metal ferrite) ,Due to the low cooling rates and  high heat input method in the gas tungsten arc welding. Vickers micro-hardness test method was carried out on the samples showed that average about 285 Vickers hardness of base metal; however, hardness in the fusion region due to increased austenite fraction fell to 250 Vickers. But hardness in the heat-affected zone due to lower volume fraction of austenite and ferrite phase formation of chromium carbide intermetalic compounds increased to 340 Vickers. The results of the tensile test showed that the tensile strength decreased with increasing heat input, because of increase the size of grains due to the increased heat input.

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