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According to Pellini,(112'113) the general effects of increasing strength level on the temperature and strength transitions are shown schematically in the three-dimensional plot of Fig. 9. The vertical scale references the dynamic tear (DT) test energy. 2% offset (psi) Elongation in 2 in. (%) Charpy V-notch impact Energy (ft/lb) at-10°F Note: Single values are minimum. 10. Specification limits of deposited weld metal mechanical properties^ 30 20 88,000 110,000 20 18 82,000 — MIL-MI88 MIL-8218YQT 24 Analysis of Welded Structures 200-240 18-8-4 marage ) For optimized properties.
Weldment of 5083-H113 welded with 5183 filler wire. Ship steel plate, ASTM-131. Reinforced polyester laminates with grain. 14 presents a comparison of weight and strength in these materials. Strength. Maximum tensile strength and yield strength of aluminum are comparable to those of low-carbon steel. 3 kg/mm2 or 214-434 MN/m2). 9 kb/mm2 or 400-498 Mn/m2). However, on the weight basis, aluminum is stronger. Weight. Aluminum weighs about half as much as steel with the same strength. Therefore, a smaller amount or weight of aluminum can be used in a structure in order to achieve the same strength as steel.
Elongation in 2 in. (%) 19 20 Reduction in area (%) Longitudinal Transverse — — 55 50 Charpy V-notch energy requirements Plate thickness Specimen size (mm) \ in. to \ in excl. 10x5 \ in. to 2 in. incl. Over 2 in. 9 k2/m) for plates |in. 5) mm) to 2 in. 1 kg/m) for plates over 2 in. (51 mm). (111) The figure shows that notch toughness of HY-80 is much superior to that of HTS. Welding of H Y-SO steel. In welding any material, the goal is to produce weld metals with properties the same as those of the base metal.
Analysis of Welded Structures. Residual Stresses, Distortion, and Their Consequences by Koichi Masubuchi