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      X-Ray Tests of AISI 430 and 304 Stainless Steels and AISI 1010 Low Carbon Steel Welded by CO 2 Laser beam welding Translated title: Röntgenprüfungen von CO 2 Laser geschweißten hochlegierten Stählen AISI 430 und 304 sowie dem niedriglegierten Stahl AISI 1010

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          For this study, X-Ray radiographic tests of AISI 430 and 304 stainless steels with AISI 1010 low-carbon steels welded by CO 2 Laser beam welding (LBW) have been performed. Laser beam welding experiments were carried out under argon and helium shielding gas, at 2000–2250 and 2500 W heat input and 100-200-300 cm/min welding speeds. After this process, the radiographic tests of the welded joints were performed by X-Ray diffraction. The result of the radiographic tests indicated that with increasing heat input the widths of the deep penetration increased in all specimens. On the contrary, by increasing the welding speeds the widths of the deep penetration decreased. The best properties of the AISI 430 and 304 stainless and AISI 1010 low-carbon steel welds were observed at the specimens welded at 2500 W heat input and 100 cm/min welding speed.

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          Für die diesem Beitrag zugrundeliegende Studie wurden Röntgenprüfungen an den hochlegierten Stählen AISI 430 und 304 sowie dem niedriglegierten Stahl AISI 1010 durchgeführt, die zuvor CO 2 Laser geschweißt wurden. Die Laserstrahlschweißungen wurden unter Argon und Helium Schutzgas bei Leistungen von 2, 2,25 und 2,5 kW und Schweißgeschwindigkeiten von 100, 200 und 300 cm/min ausgeführt. Danach wurden die Röntgenprüfungen durchgeführt. Es stellte sich heraus, dass mit zunehmender Streckenenergie die Schweißgutbreite bei allen Proben zunahm. Im Gegensatz hierzu nahm mit zunehmenden Schweißgeschwindigkeiten die Schweißgutbreite ab. Die beste Nahtgeometrie der AISI 430, 304 und 1010 Schweißungen bildete sich an den Proben aus, die mit 2,5 kW Laserleistung mit einer Geschwindigkeit von 100 cm/min geschweißt wurden.

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                Author and article information

                Journal
                mp
                Materials Testing
                Carl Hanser Verlag
                0025-5300
                2195-8572
                2011
                : 53
                : 11-12
                : 741-747
                Affiliations
                1 Kocaeli, Turkey
                Author notes

                Mustafa Taskin was born 1965 in Mersin, Turkey. B.Sc: University of Marmara, Faculty of Technical Education, Metallurgy Department, İstanbul, Turkey, 1986. M.Sc: University of Firat, Institute of Science and Technology, Metallurgy Department, Elaziğ, Turkey, 1996. Ph.D: University of Firat, Institute of Science and Technology, Metallurgy Department, Elazig, Turkey, 2000. Study at the University of Firat, Elazig, Turkey. Research areas: Arc welding techniques, solid state welding, welding metallurgy, powder metallurgy manufacturing techniques, heat treatment of welding.

                Uğur Caligülü was born 1979 in Elazig, Turkey. B.Sc: University of Firat, Faculty of Technical Education, Metallurgy Department, Elazig, Turkey, 2002. M.Sc: University of Firat, Institute of Science and Technology, Metallurgy Department, Elazig, Turkey, 2005. Ph.D: University of Firat, Institute of Science and Technology, Metallurgy Department, Elazig, Turkey, 2009. Study at the University of Firat, Elazig, Turkey. Research areas: Fusion Welding Method, Solid State Welding Method, Materials Science, Composite Materials, Powder Metallurgy, Manufacturing Techniques, Surface Modification and Tribology, Artificial Neural Network, Manova.

                Mustafa Türkmen was born 1981 in Istanbul, Turkey. B.Sc: University of Zonguldak Karaelmas, Faculty of Technical Education, Metallurgy Department, Karabuk, Turkey, 2004. M.Sc: University of Zonguldak Karaelmas, Institute of Science and Technology, Metallurgy Department, Zonguldak, Turkey, 2007. Study at the University of Kocaeli, Kocaeli, Turkey. Research areas: Heat treatment, Metallography, Strain Aging, Corrosion.

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                MP110283
                10.3139/120.110283
                c19661a1-2185-471c-bc62-0e10f08cea0d
                © 2011, Carl Hanser Verlag, München
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                References: 37, Pages: 7
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                Materials technology,Materials characterization,Materials science
                Materials technology, Materials characterization, Materials science

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