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Mechanical Properties of Weldments in Experimental Fe-12 Mn-0 . 2 Ti and Fe-12 Mn-1 Mo-0 . 2 Ti Alloys for Cryogenic Service Adding

@inproceedings{2013MechanicalPO,
  title={Mechanical Properties of Weldments in Experimental Fe-12 Mn-0 . 2 Ti and Fe-12 Mn-1 Mo-0 . 2 Ti Alloys for Cryogenic Service Adding},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
Mechanical properties of weldments in two Fe-12Mn experimental alloys designed for cryogenic service were evaluated. Weldments were made using the GTA welding process. Tests to evaluate the weldments were conducted at —196°C (—321 °F) and included: equivalent energy K,cd fracture toughness tests; autogenous transverse weld, notched transverse weld, and longitudinal weld tensile tests; and all-weld-metal tensile tests. The Fe-12Mn-0.2Ti and Fe-12Mn1Mo-0.2Ti alloys proved weldable for cryogenic… Expand

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