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Welding procedures of Turbine Blades by Using ER 309L Austenitic Filler Wire

Authors: H. A. Olaa --- K.H. Abbas --- S. A. Emad --- A.H. Fadhil
Journal: Engineering and Technology Journal مجلة الهندسة والتكنولوجيا ISSN: 16816900 24120758 Year: 2017 Volume: 35 Issue: 1 Part (A) Engineering Pages: 68-75
Publisher: University of Technology الجامعة التكنولوجية

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In the present work it has been investigated the repair of LP-blades steam turbine made of AISI 410 martensitic stainless steels (MSS) by GTAW welding, the repair welding carried out by using ER 309L as consumable filler wire. PWHT was carried out at 1100ᵒC for 1h. The structure-property relationships of the weldments were established based on the current modes employed by utilizing combined techniques of optical microscopy, line/point and EDS analysis. Results showed that Micro-hardness along the base and HAZ regions increased after PWHT as compared to in state of as-welded. After welding process, microstructure photographs of weld-metal region revealed two phase the vermicular δ-Ferrite and γ-austenite matrix. HAZ region consisted of tempered lath martensite with carbides. Line/Point analysis revealed the direction of segregation, whereas chromium was increased in core and depleted in boundary, while nickel was depleted in core and increased in boundary, this support the δ – ferrite was primarily solidified.


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Mechanical Properties of Welded Martensitic Stainless Steel (AISI420) Subject to Different Heat Treatment

Authors: J. Jamalª --- H. Ali --- S. Hareer
Journal: Anbar Journal of Engineering Sciences مجلة الأنبار للعلوم الهندسية ISSN: 19979428 Year: 2020 Volume: 8 Issue: 2 Pages: 94-100
Publisher: University of Anbar جامعة الانبار

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The aim of this article is to investigate the properties for joints of welded martensitic stainless steel (MSS) by ER 309 L filler wire, using tungsten arc welding (Tig). The regions of the base and welded materials were investigated by means of SEM, EDS, OP and HV were conducted to calculate the properties of the welded specimens. The influence of heat and cryogenic treatments also investigated, The best results from microstructure side occurrence epitaxial grains growth which was observed along the interface of weld-metal region, the maximum hardness was (414 HV) in conventional heat treated samples that tempered at 200°C, precipitation of small carbides were observed that this is responsible for the improvement in the mechanical properties of the material. Hardness at the HAZ region in state of DCT in all weldments was reduced as compared to hardness of HAZ region of CHT. The microhardness was at the highest value in the fusion zone

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