Improving the Fatigue Performance of Welded Joints by G. S. Booth

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  • Materials science,
  • Metals technology / metallurgy,
  • Engineering (General),
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Engineering - General

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Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL11605788M
ISBN 100853001642
ISBN 109780853001645

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From a fatigue strength consideration a welded joint represents a weak link in a structure. While the fatigue limit in terms of stress range for a polished specimen is approximately equal to the ultimate tensile strength (UTS) of the material, the fatigue strength of unnotched plates with as-rolled surface is of the order of one-third of this (Gurney, ).Cited by: 3.

In part two, the emphasis shifts to fatigue, and chapters focus on a variety of aspects of fatigue analysis including assessment of local stresses in welded joints, fatigue design rules for welded structures, k-nodes for offshore structures and modelling residual stresses in predicting the service life of structures.

Fatigue is a major cause of failure, particularly in welded structures, reflecting the inherently poor fatigue performance of many welded joints (Fig.1).This emphasises the need for due consideration of potential fatigue failure at the design stage, and for clear design guidance.

In fact, considerable effort has gone into the production or. Enhancement in fatigue performance of welded joints by Ultrasonic Impact Treatment (UIT) was evaluated with large-scale rolled beam and built-up specimens having yield strength of to MPa.

Technical Report: Improving Fatigue Performance of AHSS Welds. Improving Fatigue Performance of AHSS Welds. Full Record; Other Related Research. IIW recommendations on methods for improving the fatigue strength of welded joints will allow a more consistent use of these methods and more predictable increases in fatigue strength.

Key Features Provides specifications for the practical use of each weld toe method, including equipment, weld preparation and operationBook Edition: 1. Improving Improving the Fatigue Performance of Welded Joints book Strength of Welded Joints by Ultrasonic Impact Treatment Sougata ROY Research Assistant ATLSS, Lehigh University Bethlehem, PA, USA Sougata Roy, bornreceived Master degree in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University in Currently he is a PhD candidate in civil engineering specializing in structural by: 5.

Background information is given on the fatigue lives of welded joints which will enable the engineer or student to appreciate why there is such a contrast between welded and unwelded parts, why some welded joints perform better than others and how joints can be selected to optimise fatigue performance.5/5(1).

The fatigue performance of fillet-welded transverse attachments was compared for several procedure variants for both FCAW and SAW on ½ in. steel plates. Measurements of weld toe shape on adjacent pieces of weld indicated that smoother weld toes, as Author: William Mohr, Randy Bowers, Tarsem Jutla, Lyle Gunnell.

IIW Recommendations for the HFMI Treatment: For Improving the Fatigue Strength of Welded Joints Gary B. Marquis, Zuheir Barsoum (auth.) This book of recommendations presents an overview of High Frequency Mechanical Impact (HFMI) techniques existing today in the market and their proper procedures, quality assurance measures and documentation.

A Book about Fatigue Analysis of Welded Joints. The typical fatigue performance of friction stir welded steel plates has been established, exhibiting fatigue lives well above the weld detail Author: Akshansh Mishra.

Background information is given on the fatigue lives of welded joints which will enable the engineer or student to appreciate why there is such a contrast between welded and unwelded parts, why some welded joints perform better than others and how joints can be selected to optimise fatigue performance.

Ultrasonic peening treatment (UPT) as a method of severe plastic deformation was used to treat cruciform welded joints of Q steel. The application of UPT achieves material surface nanocrystallization of the peening zone, reduces stress concentration, and produces residual compressive stresses at the welded toe.

Micro-structure, hardness, stress relief, S-N curve, and the Cited by: 6. •Fatigue performance of welded joints is a critical element in durability because the likeliest fatigue failure location are often at welds •Therefore, the use of AHSS for light-weighing must be accomplished by approaches to improve the fatigue performance of the weld joint (John Bonnen and R.M.

Iyengar,Int. Auto. Body Congress). The effectiveness of fatigue strength improvement methods, namely TIG-dressing and hammer peening, were examined using out-of-plane gusset welded joints of high strength steel (SM).

In addition, the mechanism of each improvement method was discussed with respect to the decrease in stress concentration and residual stress at the weld by: The Welding Engineer's Guide to Fracture and Fatigue provides an essential introduction to fracture and fatigue and the assessment of these failure modes, through to the level of knowledge that would be expected of a qualified welding engineer.

Part one covers. improving the fatigue strength of welded joints by peening It is sometimes necessary or desirable to increase the fatigue strength of a particular weld detail.

This can be done by improving the weld toe, which is by far the most likely site for the initiation of fatigue cracking, and one method of doing this is the introduction of compressive Cited by: This book provides a basis for the design and analysis of welded components that are subjected to fluctuating forces, to avoid failure by fatigue.

It is also a valuable resource for those on boards or commissions who are establishing fatigue design codes/5(2). Nominal stress approaches are based on extensive tests of welded joints and connections. Weld joints are classified by type, loading and shape. 'Fatigue Strength of Welded Structures', 2nd Edition by S J Maddox, Abington Publishing, (ISBN 1 8) 'Improving the Fatigue Performance of Welded Joints', TWI,available from Abington Publishing.

(ISBN 0 2. Virtual Welede-Joint Design, a systematic modeling approach, has been developed in this project to predict the relationship of welding process, microstructure, properties, residual stress, and the ultimate weld fatique strength.

This systematic modeling approach was applied in the welding of high. Welding is a manufacturing method used to join various materials in order to form an assembly. During welding, joints are formed between two or more separate pieces of material. A welded joint subjected to cyclic loading could fail due to fatigue.

Fatigue results from this cyclic loading, as well as strains, in the material. Throughout a welded assembly's life, cracks, which reduce the fatigue.

It also offers guidance on inspection, quality control and training as well as assessments of fatigue strength and thickness effects possible with each technique. IIW recommendations on methods for enhancing the fatigue strength of welded joints will allow a more consistent use of these methods and more predictable increases in fatigue strength.

Due to high stress concentrations, welded joints represent the most common locations of fatigue crack initiation in steel structures that are prone to fatigue.

Welding affects material properties by the process of heating, cooling, and combining basic and additional material. Since welding is the primary process of joining elements in steel structures, it is obvious that fatigue assessment Author: Boris Fuštar, Ivan Lukačević, Darko Dujmović.

Fatigue strength of welded structures has incorporates up-to-date design rules with high academic standards whilst still achieving a practical approach to the subject.

The book presents design recommendations which are based largely on those contained in recent British standards and explains how they are applied in practice.

Moreover, fatigue properties of welded joints can exhibit considerable scatter because of a variety of imperfections of these joints.

As a consequence, fatigue of welded joints has always been a matter of concern, but good welding practice can be specified for fatigue critical structures including non-destructive inspections of all welds.s. This book provides a basis for the design and analysis of welded components that are subjected to fluctuating forces, to avoid failure by fatigue.

It is also a valuable resource for those on boards or commissions who are establishing fatigue design codes. Page - Fatigue tests on butt and fillet welded joints in mild and high tensile structural steels', British Welding Journal 9 11 a, Appears in 23 books from Page - Effect of Peening and Grinding on the Fatigue Strength of Fillet Welded Joints in.

title = "Improving fatigue strength of welded joints by hammer peening and tig-dressing", abstract = "The effectiveness of fatigue strength improvement methods, namely TIG-dressing and hammer peening, were examined using out-of-plane gusset welded joints of high strength steel (SM).Cited by: TYPES OF WELDED JOINTS, STRENGTH Welded Joints Two types of welding joints are clearly recognized viz.

joints between two plates that overlap and joints between two plates that butt with each other. Figure (a) shows a fillet joint and Figures (b) File Size: KB. The key to avoidance of fatigue, which is the main cause of service failures, is good design.

In the case of welded joints, which are particularly susceptible to fatigue, design rules are available. However, their effective use requires a good understanding of fatigue and an appreciation of problems concerned with their practical application.

Fatigue strength of welded structures has. Improvement in Fatigue Performance of Aluminium Alloy Welded Joints by Laser Shock Peening in a Dynamic Strain Aging Temperature Regime. This was conducive to improving the fatigue life of joints.

Meanwhile, both the front and the back faces of the welded joints were found to be under residual compressive stress after double LSP by: 8. general, fatigue strength of DOMEX DC steel is significantly higher than fatigue strength recommended by IIW for conventional steels.

The higher difference was found for welds with overfill removed and the first weld root submitted to a dis c grinding operation.

Keywords: high strength steel, fatigue, welded joints, characteristic curves 1. This book provides a basis for the design and analysis of welded components that are subjected to fluctuating forces, to avoid failure by fatigue.

It is also a valuable resource for those on boards or commissions who are establishing fatigue design codes. For maximum benefit, readers should already have a working knowledge of the basics of fatigue and fracture mechanics.

The purpose of. The welded joints fatigue strength due to a varied toe radius. What is to be considered as a dangerous – low fatigue life – weld toe radius if the surface geometry is complex. Delimitations Only the surface geometry of a non-load carrying cruciform joint will be evaluated.

Fatigue Assessment.- Safety Considerations.- Appendices. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This book provides a basis for the design and analysis of welded components that are subjected to fluctuating forces, to avoid failure by fatigue. It is also a valuable resource for those on boards or commissions who are establishing fatigue design codes.

Keywords: Improving fatigue performance, stress raiser, compressive residual stress, TIG dressing, shallow hardening, shot peening, overloading Improving the fatigue performance of the weld joints The performance of welded joints can be improved using multi-pronged approach whichFile Size: KB.

fatigue life and durability of body structures. •Fatigue performance of welded joints is a critical element in durability because the likeliest fatigue failure location are often at welds •Therefore, the use of AHSS for light -weighing must be accomplished by approaches to improve the fatigue performance of the weld jointAuthor: Zhili Feng, Xinghua Yu, Donald L.

Erdman, Yanli Wang, Steve Kelly, Wenkao Hou, Benda Yan, Zhifeng Wa. fatigue design stress by that the evaluation of loading effects on the fatigue strength of complex welded steel structures might be obtained using advanced fatigue life evaluation techniques.

This book provides a basis for the design and analysis of welded components that are subjected to fluctuating forces, to avoid failure by fatigue. It is also a valuable resource for those on boards or commissions who are establishing fatigue design codes. For maximum benefit, readers should already.Increasing Fatigue Strength of Welded Joints by Ultrasonic Impact Treatment Y.

Kudryavtsev and J. Kleiman Structural Integrity Technologies Inc., Markham, Ontario, Canada e-mail: [email protected] 1. Introduction The ultrasonic impact treatment (UIT) is one of the new and promising processes for fatigue life improvement of welded elements and.Fatigue S-N Nominal Stress Curve Figure 6: a) Design S-N curves for different type of Joints.

b) Classification of Joints in FAT classes as per Eurocode, [2] Each fatigue strength curve is identified by the fatigue class number FAT, which corresponds with the fatigue resistance of the detail at 2 million cycles.

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