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Review paper of Analysis of Dissimilar Metal Welding of 1020 Mild Steel and 304 Stainless Steel


Sakib Ahmad Siddiqui , shri shankaracharaya institute of technology and management ; Sakib Ahmad Siddiqui , shri shankaracharaya institute of technology and management ; Ayush Shukla, shri shankaracharaya institute of technology and management


Mild Steel and Stainless Steel


Joining of different metals has discovered its utilization broadly in power age, electronic, atomic reactors, petrochemical and synthetic ventures essentially to get customized properties in a segment and decrease in weight. Anyway proficient welding of unique metals has represented a significant test because of contrast in thermo-mechanical and substance properties of the materials to be joined under a typical welding condition. This causes a precarious slope of the thermo-mechanical properties along the weld. An assortment of issues come up in unique welding like splitting, huge weld remaining anxieties, relocation of iotas during welding causing pressure focus on one side of the weld, compressive and elastic warm burdens, stress erosion breaking, and so forth. Weld remaining pressure and warm pressure have been dissected for unique metal welding of 304 tempered steel to 1020 gentle steel accepting 302 hardened steel as the filler metal. Essentially taking strain created as a list the powerlessness of the welded joint to pressure erosion splitting have been considered. It is discovered that when the filler metal is supplanted by Inconel 625 noteworthy improvement is acquired in the welded joint regarding decrease in pressure created and stress consumption splitting. Likewise the issue of carbon movement is disposed of by the utilization of Inconel 625 as a weld filler metal because of the opposition of nickel-based combinations to any carbon dissemination through them.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV8I10556
Published in: Volume : 8, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/04/2020
Page(s): 1245-1251

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