TITLE

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF JOINTS OF HEAT-RESISTANT 10Kh12M, 10Kh9MFBA GRADE STEELS, MADE BY ELECTRON BEAM WELDING

AUTHOR(S)
NESTERENKOV, V. M.; KRAVCHUK, L. A.; ARKHANGELSKY, Yu. A.
PUB. DATE
September 2013
SOURCE
Paton Welding Journal;Sep2013, Issue 9, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the course of development of works on the technology of electron beam welding of special steels the investigations of properties of the joints of heat-resistant 10Kh12M, 10Kh9MFBA grade steels of δm = = 30 mm thickness, made by single- and multipass electron beam welding using horizontal electron beam at the speed of vw = 3 mm/s without preheating, were carried out. The results of mechanical tests on rupture and impact toughness and also nature of fracture after electron beam welding and after it with the next tempering are given. It was established that toughness and ductility of welded joints of both heat-resistant steels after the first main pass and after the second one in electron beam welding with the next tempering are preserved almost at the same level. The fracture of welded specimens of both alloys, oriented across the weld metal, occurs along the base metal far from the weld, beyond the heat affected zone. The fracture surface is dull. The formed relief has characteristic features of plastic fracture. As a result of tempering the strength of welded joints of both alloys decreases not considerably, and toughness with ductility increase. The third of the passes in electron beam welding results in formation of defects in a form of middle cracks and brittle low-ductile structures in weld structure and near-weld zone.
ACCESSION #
91922531

 

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