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(PDF) Effect of Thermal Cutting Methods on the Fatigue

Oxy-fuel cutting exhibits a significant decrease in fatigue strength at the run out level in comparison with the other tw o cutting processes :oxy -fuel cutting decreases plasma cutting Fatigue Performance of Thermally Cut Bolt Holes in processes to produce bolt holes. This paper studies the fatigue performance of structural steel S460M plates containing thermally cut bolt holes. The research covers three thermal cutting methods:the traditional one (oxy-fuel cutting) and two more modern processes (plasma and laser cutting).

Fatigue Property of Open-Hole Steel Plates Influenced by

Aug 16, 2016 · It is demonstrated that the fatigue detail coefficients of the test open-hole specimens are 7%, 12% and 42% lower than that of the referred data with plasma cutting, drilling and oxy-fuel gas cutting, respectively, which can be due to the inherent shortcomings of the heat affecting zone induced by Fatigue behaviour and BS7608 fatigue classes of steels Request PDF Fatigue behaviour and BS7608 fatigue classes of steels with thermally cut holes Thermal cutting includes oxy-fuel, plasma and laser cut technologies. These cutting methods generate Impact of High-Velocity Oxy-Fuel ZrO2 Coating on Corrosion

  • AbstractIntroductionMaterials & MethodsResults & AnalysisDiscussionConclusionsData AvailabilityConflicts of InterestAcknowledgmentsPurpose. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the corrosion and fatigue life of AISI 316L austenitic stainless steel in the absence and presence of high-velocity oxy-fuel ZrO2 coating. Design/Methodology/Approach. AISI 316L austenitic stainless steel is chosen for the investigation, keeping in mind, its widespread usage in naval and marine applications where the members are exposed to corrosive sea water environment. ZrO2 coating is a popular surface treatment provided to mechanicaFatigue behavior of a structural steel coated with a WC Fatigue behavior of a structural steel coated with a WC10Co4Cr/Colmonoy 88 deposit by HVOF thermal spraying J.G. La Barbera-Sosa a,, Y.Y. Santana a, C. Villalobos-Gutiérrez b, D. Chicot c, J. Lesage c, X. Decoopman c, A. Iost c, M.H. Staia a, E.S. Puchi-Cabrera a,c,d a School of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad Central de Venezuela

    Isothermal and thermo-mechanical fatigue behavior of

    Sep 21, 2017 · Isothermal and thermo-mechanical fatigue behavior of 16Mo3 steel coated with high-velocity oxy-fuel sprayed nickel-base alloy under uniaxial as well as biaxial-planar loading. Dirk Kulawinski (a1), Markus Hoffmann (a1), Tim Lippmann (a1), Götz Lamprecht (a1), Anja Weidner (a1), Sebastian Henkel (a1) and Horst Biermann (a1) Javier Aldazabal - Google ScholarFatigue behaviour of structural steels with oxy-fuel, plasma and laser cut straight edges. Definition of Eurocode 3 FAT classes S Cicero, T Garcia, JA Alvarez, A Bannister, A Klimpel, A Martín-Meizoso, Terry Totemeier - Metallurgical and Materials Engineering2013 present:Associate, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc. 2010 2013:Principal Engineer, Metallurgical Processes, Alstom (Switzerland) Ltd. High-temperature mechanical behavior of steels and nickel-base alloys used in power generation equipment. Mechanical and Physical Properties of High-Velocity Oxy-Fuel

    Fatigue behaviour and BS7608 fatigue classes of steels

    Abstract. Thermal cutting includes oxy-fuel, plasma and laser cut technologies. These cutting methods generate cut surfaces and material transformations that determine the final fatigue behaviour of cut structural components. The BS7608, like most of the standards, does not provide fatigue design curves for thermally cut holes, restricting its scope to drilled or reamed holes.