SOLDERING, BRAZING AND METALLURGICAL ASPECTS IN WELDING
SUBJECT : Metal Casting and Welding
AUTHOR : Santhosh N, Aswatha, M, B H Srinivas and Palakshaiah
PUBLISHED ON : 03/04/18
NUMBER OF PAGES : ( 73 Pages)
PRICE : Rs 47.45

A typical fusion welded joint varies in metallurgical structure from the fusion zone to the base material with consequential variations in mechanical properties. This is because of the fact that fusion welding processes result in melting and solidi􀃀 cation with very high temperature gradient within a small zone with the peak temperature at the center of the fusion zone. In general, a weld can be divided in four different zones as shown schematically in Figure