1995 年 13 巻 4 号 p. 540-543
The joining between stainless steel (SUS304) and carbon steel (SS400) was carried out using thermal spray coating of nickel based self-fluxing alloy under atmospheric conditions for basic data. The size of joining specimen is 50 mm in length and 10 mm in diameter. After the each edged surface of SUS304 and SS400 specimens were blasted by used steel grid material sized No. 70, those were sprayed with self-fluxing alloy (S.F.A.) at the each surface of both specimens coated about 100μm in thickness.
The effects of joining conditions on the structure and strength of joining were studied.
The results are summarized as follows:
(1) The maximum tensile strength at the joint part using R notch specimen was about 579 MPa under condition of 30 sec raising time and 60 sec holding time at 1373 K temperature.
(2) The hardness gradient was not observed near the joining zone in the Vickers hardness distribution of the both materials. Furthermore, the Vickers hardness distribution near the joining zone of SUS304 was about Hv120, that was lower than base metal because of the annealing effect.
(3) The microstructure near the joining zone did not indicate the martensitic structure, the carburized and the decarburized layer because of its lower cooling rate. The structure near the joining zone of SUS304 was indicated in the annealed twin at the transgranular.
(4) By the EPMA line analysis across the joining zone, Cr, Ni, and B were not observed because the inserted material S.F.A. was very little diffused and the most of it was discharged out of the joining part. The elementary analysis of Fe was indicated sligthly concentrated gradient.