Volume 5, Issue 2 ((Journal OF Welding Science and Technology) 2020)                   2020, 5(2): 147-155 | Back to browse issues page

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Sabokrouh M. Experimental determination of the carburizing effect on tensile strength, impact strength, fatigue, residual stress of nano girth welding on microalloy steel. Journal of Welding Science and Technology of Iran 2020; 5 (2) :147-155
URL: http://jwsti.iut.ac.ir/article-1-283-en.html
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In this article the effects of carburizing heat treatment on girth weld with containing titanium oxide and titanium carbide nanoparticles (X-65 grade of gas pipeline) is evaluated. The charpy results show that in the carburized sample containing titanium oxide and titanium carbide nanoparticles compared to the no heat treatment sample (containing titanium carbide and titanium carbide nanoparticles), has been respectively increased by 6% and 42%. Also, the ultimate strength carburized sample containing titanium oxide nanoparticles and titanium carbide nanoparticles compared to the no heat treatment sample (containing titanium oxide and titanium carbide nanoparticles) has been respectively increased by 20% and 28%. The results show that the fatigue life in both carburized nano-alloy samples has been increased. The fatigue life in the carburized sample of titanium carbide nanoparticles has increased more than that of titanium oxide nanoparticles. The fatigue test results show that in the carburized sample containing titanium carbide nanoparticles compared to the tempered sample containing titanium oxide nanoparticles, fatigue life (150-N force) has been increased by 20%. In this loading the fatigue life (tempered sample containing titanium carbide nanoparticles compared to the no heat treatment sample) has been increased by 31%. The results show that the residual stress in both carburized nano-alloy samples has been decreased The hole drilling strain gage results show that in the tempered sample containing titanium oxide oxide nanoparticles and titanium carbide nanoparticles compared to the no heat treatment sample (containing titanium oxide nanoparticles and titanium carbide nanoparticles), hoop residual stresses has been respectively decreased by 9% and 6%.
 
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