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Flash electron beam welding of stainless steels 1.4510 and 1.4511

Originální název

Flash electron beam welding of stainless steels 1.4510 and 1.4511

Anglický název

Flash electron beam welding of stainless steels 1.4510 and 1.4511

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The electron beam technology allows a rapid scanning along a defined trajectory. When a properly controledinput of energy is applied, it could be used for the manufacturing of a whole weld joint at once. This technology, called flash welding, represents an alternative to common continuous welding. The aim of the paper is to describe the development of the procedure for a given weld joint geometry and the effect of the welding parameters on selected properties of the weld joint. The circle welds were manufactured on the samples of materials 1.4510 and 1.4511 by using the electron beam facility K26 from ProBeam. The properties of the welds were examined by the light microscopy and the microhardness testing. Final results were discussed based on analysis of EB elding conditions and weld joint parameters.

Anglický abstrakt

The electron beam technology allows a rapid scanning along a defined trajectory. When a properly controledinput of energy is applied, it could be used for the manufacturing of a whole weld joint at once. This technology, called flash welding, represents an alternative to common continuous welding. The aim of the paper is to describe the development of the procedure for a given weld joint geometry and the effect of the welding parameters on selected properties of the weld joint. The circle welds were manufactured on the samples of materials 1.4510 and 1.4511 by using the electron beam facility K26 from ProBeam. The properties of the welds were examined by the light microscopy and the microhardness testing. Final results were discussed based on analysis of EB elding conditions and weld joint parameters.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT126553,
  author="Jiří {Matlák} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Flash electron beam welding of stainless steels 1.4510 and 1.4511",
  annote="The electron beam technology allows a rapid scanning along a defined trajectory. When a properly controledinput of energy is applied, it could be used for the manufacturing of a whole weld joint at once. This technology, called flash welding, represents an alternative to common continuous welding.  
The aim of the paper is to describe the development of the procedure for a given weld joint geometry and the effect of the welding parameters on selected properties of the weld joint. The circle welds were manufactured on the samples of materials 1.4510 and 1.4511 by using the electron beam facility K26 from ProBeam. The properties of the welds were examined by the light microscopy and the microhardness testing. Final results were discussed based on analysis of EB elding conditions and weld joint parameters.",
  booktitle="Twelfth International Conference on Electron Beam Technologies",
  chapter="126553",
  howpublished="print",
  number="5-6",
  year="2016",
  month="june",
  pages="74--78",
  type="conference paper"
}