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036. 7. 158. THE RESULTS DO NOT SATISFY EQ 56. 2. 72. 146. THE RESULTS DO NOT SATISFY EQ 56. 86. 726. 171. EQUATION 56 IS NOW SATISFIED. 5 mm. 9 mm), we know that Eq 48 can be used to obtain accurate results when calculating HAZ width and peak temperature. Effect of Tempering Temperature on Quenched and Tempered (Q&T) Steels. If the plate had been quenched and then tempered to 430 °C (810 °F), then any region heated above that temperature will have been "over-tempered" and may exhibit modified properties.
SUZUKI, AND H. TAMURA, RESEARCH ON WELDABLE HIGH-STRENGTH STEELS, 60TH ANNIVERSARY SERIES, VOL 1, SOCIETY OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS OF JAPAN, TOKYO, 1957 26. E. JACKSON, DEPARTMENT OF WELDING ENGINEERING, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY LECTURE NOTE, 1977 27. E. J. GOODWIN, EFFECTS OF VARIATIONS IN WELDING TECHNIQUE ON THE TRANSITION BEHAVIOR OF WELDED SPECIMENS--PART II, WELD. , MAY 1948, P 253-S TO 266-S Heat Flow in Fusion Welding Chon L. Tsai and Chin M. /s). 2/s), respectively. 2/s). 2 kJ/s (1 kcal/s), for all cases.
75, using the thin-plate equation is adequate. Therefore, a higher preheat temperature is more necessary than a butt weld because of the enhanced cooling. Example 3: Cooling Rate for the Location at Distance y (in cm) from the Centerline. 28) Assume that one is interested in the critical cooling rate at the location on the surface (z = 0) at distance y = 2 cm from the centerline at the instant when the metal passes through the specific temperature of 615 °C (1140 °F). Initially, the relative plate thickness should be checked.