INFLUENCE OF HEAT INPUT ON CARBON STEEL MICROSTRUCTURE

@inproceedings{Nasir2017INFLUENCEOH,
  title={INFLUENCE OF HEAT INPUT ON CARBON STEEL MICROSTRUCTURE},
  author={Nurul Syahida Mohd Nasir and Mohammad Khairul Azhar Abdul Razab and Muhammad Iqbal Ahmad and Sarizam Bin Mamat},
  year={2017}
}
Low heat input is the most common welding parameters selected in industries application due to its ability to produce refined microstructure, less stress and distortion of weldment. However, low heat input has limit penetration and can result in weaken the weldment joint. Recently, high heat input parameter is widely used in shipping industry where it provide deeper penetration. However, high heat input can cause coarse microstructure and decrease weldment toughness which lead to greater amount… CONTINUE READING

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