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Welded joints between high-strength and normal-strength steels

ŠMAK, M. KUBÍČEK, J. BAJER, M.

Originální název

Welded joints between high-strength and normal-strength steels

Anglický název

Welded joints between high-strength and normal-strength steels

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

When used together with traditional grades of steel, the favourable mechanical properties of high-strength steels open up a wide range of applications in civil and engineering structures, both in primary structural elements and in individual parts. Modern high-strength steel markedly differs from the more traditional steel grades S355 and S235, not only in its mechanical properties but also in the fact that it requires different manufacturing techniques and heat treatment. The key problems that arise when welding high-strength steel to normal-strength steel are the choice of technical welding parameters which take into consideration significant local heating effects, and the choice of suitable filler welding materials.

Anglický abstrakt

When used together with traditional grades of steel, the favourable mechanical properties of high-strength steels open up a wide range of applications in civil and engineering structures, both in primary structural elements and in individual parts. Modern high-strength steel markedly differs from the more traditional steel grades S355 and S235, not only in its mechanical properties but also in the fact that it requires different manufacturing techniques and heat treatment. The key problems that arise when welding high-strength steel to normal-strength steel are the choice of technical welding parameters which take into consideration significant local heating effects, and the choice of suitable filler welding materials.

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@article{BUT145744,
  author="Milan {Šmak} and Jaroslav {Kubíček} and Miroslav {Bajer}",
  title="Welded joints between high-strength and normal-strength steels",
  annote="When used together with traditional grades of steel, the favourable mechanical properties of high-strength steels open up a wide range of applications in civil and engineering structures, both in primary structural elements and in individual parts. 
Modern high-strength steel markedly differs from the more traditional steel grades S355 and S235, not only in its mechanical properties but also in the fact that it requires different manufacturing techniques and heat treatment. The key problems that arise when welding high-strength steel to normal-strength steel are the choice of technical welding parameters which take into consideration significant local heating effects, and the choice of suitable filler welding materials.
",
  address="ICE PUBLISHING, INST CIVIL ENGINEERS",
  chapter="145744",
  doi="10.1680/jstbu.16.00109",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="ICE PUBLISHING, INST CIVIL ENGINEERS",
  number="9",
  volume="170",
  year="2017",
  month="august",
  pages="693--704",
  publisher="ICE PUBLISHING, INST CIVIL ENGINEERS",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}