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Stress corrosion cracking threshold for dissimilar capacitive discharge welding joint with varied surface geometry

Stress corrosion cracking threshold for dissimilar capacitive discharge welding joint with varied surface geometry
Stress corrosion cracking threshold for dissimilar capacitive discharge welding joint with varied surface geometry
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is known as a major factor that should be considered in the assessment of welding joint structure integrity. Despite the promising and wide application of dissimilar metal joints, the currently available SCC mitigation technique of dissimilar metal joints is not adequate. The challenge is to obtain a good joint while different melting points exist. This article reports a novel SCC mitigation method on a brass–steel dissimilar metal joint by modifying the geometry of the surface. It is evidenced that the sharpened steel (α1 specimen) significantly improves the SCC resilience of the joint. The evaluation of SEM/EDS photos reveals that the α1 geometry induces a smaller pore area around brass–steel micro-joint interfaces which in turn produces stronger joints.
2076-3417
Djarot, Darmadi B.
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Gapsari, Femiana
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Lobo, Osmar Buntu
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Simanjuntak, Firman Mangasa
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Djarot, Darmadi B.
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Gapsari, Femiana
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Lobo, Osmar Buntu
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Simanjuntak, Firman Mangasa
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Djarot, Darmadi B., Gapsari, Femiana, Lobo, Osmar Buntu and Simanjuntak, Firman Mangasa (2020) Stress corrosion cracking threshold for dissimilar capacitive discharge welding joint with varied surface geometry. Applied Sciences. (doi:10.3390/app10062180).

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Abstract

Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is known as a major factor that should be considered in the assessment of welding joint structure integrity. Despite the promising and wide application of dissimilar metal joints, the currently available SCC mitigation technique of dissimilar metal joints is not adequate. The challenge is to obtain a good joint while different melting points exist. This article reports a novel SCC mitigation method on a brass–steel dissimilar metal joint by modifying the geometry of the surface. It is evidenced that the sharpened steel (α1 specimen) significantly improves the SCC resilience of the joint. The evaluation of SEM/EDS photos reveals that the α1 geometry induces a smaller pore area around brass–steel micro-joint interfaces which in turn produces stronger joints.

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Accepted/In Press date: 20 March 2020
Published date: 23 March 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 448754
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/448754
ISSN: 2076-3417
PURE UUID: 14479811-77d6-4355-9e13-a1d62190eea9

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Date deposited: 05 May 2021 16:30
Last modified: 25 Nov 2021 23:10

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Author: Darmadi B. Djarot
Author: Femiana Gapsari
Author: Osmar Buntu Lobo
Author: Firman Mangasa Simanjuntak

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