JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN WELDING SOCIETY
Online ISSN : 1883-7204
Print ISSN : 0021-4787
ISSN-L : 0021-4787
Effect of Welding Conditions on Residual Stress Distributions in Basic Welded Joints
Kunihiko SatohToshio TerasakiYoshikazu SuitaMasabumi Tanaka
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1979 Volume 48 Issue 9 Pages 708-713

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Abstract

Wedled structures generally consist of the following basic welded joints; the bead-on-plate welded joint, the edge welded joint and the groove welded joint. It is significant to clarify the relationship between the welding conditions and the residual stress distributions in above the basic welded joints in order to estimate the residual stress distributions in welded structures. This report deals with how to estimate the residual stress distributions in the basic welded joints.
The main results obtained are as follows:
1) The residual stress distributions in the bead-on-plate and the edge welded joints are determined by the heat input parameter Tav calculated from the welding conditions the same as the residual stress distributions in groove welded joint.
2) The residual stress distributions in the fillet welded joint are approximately estimated from the residual stress distributions in the basic welded joints in case the web is greater.

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