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Ghasemi R, Heshmat Dehkordi E, Shamanian M. Investigation of microstructures and mechanical properties of dissimilar welds between Incoloy 825 and 316 stainless steel . JWSTI. 2016; 2 (1) :21-31
URL: http://jwsti.iut.ac.ir/article-1-73-en.html

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In this study, microstructural features and mechanical properties of Incoloy 825-316L stainless steel dissimilar joints have been investigated. For this purpose, pulsed gas tungsten arc welding method was employed and 316L, Inconel 82 and Inconel 625 alloys were used as filler metal. First, specimens were cut. Pulsed gas tungsten arc welding was performed using peak and base currents of 220 A and 110 A, respectively. Microstructure of welded joints was studied using metallographic observations and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) analysis. In order to evaluate the mechanical properties, tensile and microhardness measurements were done on the joints. In all specimens, dendritic and equiaxed and/or cellular growth of austenite phase was observed. Incoloy 625 weld metal had the finest dendritic structure. Tensile test results revealed the ductile fracture with a high percent of elongation for all specimens. The highest tensile strength and percent of elongation of 610 MPa and 48% were obtained for specimen welded using Inconel 625 filler metal. Inconel 625 and 316 stainless steel weld metals showed the highest and lowest microhardness with values of 232 HV and 224 HV, respectively.  

     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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