An Experimental Investigation On Weld Characteristics For A Shield Metal Arc Welding With SS304 & SS409
Abstract: The following report conducted by the theoretical research and experimental study in the University of Halmstad. The focus of the project is experimental investigation on weld characteristics for shield metal arc welding with SS304 & SS409. Welding is a joining process of similar metals but nowadays it is also joined dissimilar metals by the application of heat. The different types of welding process are available in industry. Welding can be done with or without the application of pressure and filler materials in shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), an arc between a covered electrode and a weld pool is used to accomplish a weld. As the welder steadily feeds the covered electrode into the weld pool, the decomposition of the covering evolves into gases that shield the pool. Austenitic stainless steel and Martensitic chrome alloys is widely used materials in the current industrial area including higher and lower temperature applications such as storage tanks, pressure cups, furnace equipment’s etc. This paper concentrated to the investigate the dissimilar material joining by using shield metal arc welding and study the welding characteristics and do the mechanical tests. The aim of this study performance of steel and maximum hardness of welded material, microstructure of steel on next phase of project. The results will be used to character of dissimilar material performance.
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