Mechanical and Microstuctural Analysis of Dissimilar Metal Welding of AISI 316 L and IS 2062 Using GTAW

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Ashutosh Kumar
Praveen Choudhary

Abstract

Welding is widely utilized in manufacture as an elective strategy for giving or producing and a role as a substitution for shot and bolted joints. It is additionally utilized as a fix medium for example to rejoin a metal at a make or to manufacture laugh out loud a little part that has severed, for example, an apparatus tooth or to fix a well used surface, for example, a bearing surface.


In this research work, Joining of dissimilar metals has found its use extensively in power generation, electronic, nuclear reactors, petrochemical and chemical industries. This Experimental work investigates the technical considerations of dissimilar metal welding between IS2062 Grade C mild steel and 316L stainless steel using the GTAW process. Finite element analysis of dissimilar metal joints are also analyzed and compared with experimental work. Experiments are performed to study about the microstructure, Tensile strength and bending behavior of dissimilar metal joints.

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