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Practical information for welding engineers, welders, metallurgists, and materials science engineers involved with the application, fabrication, and assessment of welded structures. This general reference is a compilation of selected articles from various ASM International publications that deal with structural welds involving important ferrous and nonferrous engineering metals and alloys. Practical information on weldability, weld properties and performance, weld failure-prevention methods, and failure analysis of welds can be used to help solve real-world problems. Also included is information on basic welding metallurgy, weld discontinuities and imperfections, fatigue and fracture, testing and inspection, and repair procedures. Content:• Front Matter • Preface • Table of Contents •Section 1. Introduction 1. Weld Solidification 2. Weldability Testing •Section 2. Weld Imperfections and Cracking 3. Characterization of Welds 4. Weld Discontinuities and Imperfections 5. Cracking Phenomena Associated with Welding 6. Inspection and Evaluation of Weldments •Section 3. Weld Failure Analysis and Prevention 7. Fatigue and Fracture Control of Welds 8. Factors Influencing Weldment Fatigue 9. Fracture Mechanics and Service Fitness of Welds 10. Repair Welding 11. Corrosion of Weldments 12. Failure Analysis of Weldments •Section 4. Engineering Properties of Welds 13. Properties of Carbon Alloy Steel Welds 14. Properties of Stainless Steel Welds 15. Properties of Aluminum-Alloy Welds 16. Properties of Titanium-Alloy Welds 17. Properties of Nickel-Alloy Welds 18. Properties of Refractory Metal Welds Appendix: Reference Tables Index
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