This book deals with the metallurgy of welding, complementing existing welding handbooks and manuals, which tend to emphasise procedures for welding various materials. Book examines the thermal, chemical and mechanical aspects of welding; the metallurgical aspects of welding in three different regions of the weld the fusion, the partially-melted, and the heat affected zones and the micro structure and properties of the weld.
Outlines the difficulties in producing sound welds and practical approaches to overcome them. Also covers several important alloy systems and their representative heat affected zone phenomena.
PRACTICAL WELDING METALLURGY LARRY ZIRKER
Table of contents : Preface I Introduction 1. Fusion Welding Processes 2.
Heat Flow in Welding 3. Chemical Reactions in Welding 4.
Welding Metallurgy by Sindo Kou
Fluid Flow and Metal Evaporation in Welding 5. Basic Solidification Concepts 7.
Post-Solidification Phase Transformations Weld Metal Chemical Inhomogeneities Formation of the Partially Melted Zone Work-Hardened Materials Geometric Modeling by Michael E.