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Assessment of ageing properties and residual stresses in thermoplastic welds

S. M. Tavakoli

Assessment of ageing properties and residual stresses in thermoplastic welds

by S. M. Tavakoli

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Published by TWI in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby S. M. Tavakoli and R. H. Leggatt.
Series583/1996
ContributionsLeggatt, R. H.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16528867M

The phenomena is so much dependent on the uncertain factors like residual stresses, weld imperfections, internal/ external weld defects, material characterization etc. that a .   component to take care of the extra stress (residual), pro-vided the residual stress level or range is known. It has been found that the residual stress that develops in the di-rection parallel to the weld is much greater than the stress in the perpendicular direction [19]. The three-bar analogy is a simple model that neglects the stresses.

Analysis of Residual Stresses in Thermoplastic Composites Manufactured by Automated Fiber Placement Hossein Ghayoor Karimiani Process-induced stresses can play a major role in degradation of a part or structure made of composite materials. The new Automated Fiber Placement (AFP) manufacturing method of. Properties of NickelAlloy Welds. addition aging alloys aluminum amount applications arc welding assessment austenitic avoid base metal boundaries carbon cause occur operating performed phase plate porosity postweld preheat present procedures produce properties range reduce regions residual stresses resistance result root selected 5/5(1).

effects. If long-range residual stresses that exhibit significant elastic follow-up are present, they must be considered separately, and, if necessary, treated as primary stresses. Section II provides detailed guidance on the classification of weld residual stresses for fracture assessment. C.4 Methodology Used to Produce the Compendium. Integral in the residual stress fields due to welding. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, May , Tehran, Iran. Naraghian E., Mirzaei M. Stress analysis and life assessment of spot weld joints. Modares Thechnical and Engineering Journal , No


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Assessment of ageing properties and residual stresses in thermoplastic welds by S. M. Tavakoli Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment of ageing properties and residual stresses in thermoplastic welds [pdf / MB] Member Report / TWI Industrial Member Report Summary / S M Tavakoli and R H Leggatt. Residual stresses in the thermoplastic adhesive layer are generated in thermal bonding process. In application, joints will face various environmental.

1. Introduction. Since residual stresses are inherently present in virtually all composite materials and influence the properties of the composite structures significantly, it is of utmost importance that the thermal residual stresses are taken into account in both design and analytic modelling of composite structures.Predictive models for thermal residual strains and stresses Cited by: Gu Yan, J R White, in Plastics Failure Analysis and Prevention, DISCUSSION.

The residual stress development in AA coatings was similar to that observed by Croll 3, 4 who also found that the residual stress in thermoplastic coatings reached an equilibrium value that was independent of the thickness and that the thickest coatings took the longest time to reach.

The maximum longitudinal residual stress measured in welded PEEK was 15 N/mm 2 ( psi), (in a specimen aged in air at ambient temperature for 5 months after welding). The maximum stress was reduced to 12 N/mm 2 ( psi) in a PEEK specimen aged for 12 months, but showed no further reductions in specimens aged for 21 and 28 Assessment of ageing properties and residual stresses in thermoplastic welds book.

Isothermal ageing or hygrothermal ageing (holding a certain temperature and relative humidity for a longer period of time) interacts with residual stresses: oxidation of the polymer matrix in an oxygen-rich environment can make the matrix brittle, resulting in decreasing composite properties or damage initiation, see Section   Macro-mechanical or lamination residual stresses are present on a ply-to-ply scale due to lamina anisotropy.

The residual stresses arise due to a difference in the transverse and longitudinal ply coefficients of thermal example with cross-ply composites, the 90° fibres impose a mechanical constraint on the 0° fibres during cooling and vice versa.

In a context of cost reduction, in situ filament winding of thermoplastic matrix composites becomes an appealing process.

As residual stresses could considerably affect the produced part, models were proposed to predict process-induced residual stresses. After developing a validated thermal model of the process, mainly three different aspects are here.

Bushko, W. C., and Stokes, V. K., c, “The Effects of Boundary Conditions on the Shrinkage and Residual Stresses in Injection-Molded Parts,” in Current Research in the Thermo-Mechanics of Polymers in the Rubbery-Glassy Range, M. Negahban, ed., AMD-Vol.American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, pp.

–(to appear in. tension at 80 mm distance from the axis. Such high tensile residual stresses are the result of thermoplastic deformations during the welding process and are one of the main factors leading to the origination and propagation of fatigue cracks in welded elements.

Residual stresses in welding. Residual stresses are stresses that remain in a solid material after the original cause of the stresses has been removed.

Residual stress may be desirable or undesirable. For example, laser peening imparts deep beneficial compressive residual stresses into metal components such as turbine engine fan blades, and it is used in toughened glass to allow for large, thin.

Residual stresses are locked-in stresses within a metal object, even though the object is free of external forces. These stresses are the result of one region of the metal being constrained by adjacent regions from expanding, contracting, or releasing elastic strains.

Residual stresses can be tensile or compressive. In fact, tensile and compressive residual stresses [ ]. The formation of the (welding) residual stresses in component welds can be distinguished according to two cases, i.e.

welding under free shrinkage and under restraint. Residual stresses. Welded joints in thermoplastics materials can sometimes act as a failure initiation point. This may be a result of factors such as: Poor welding technique. Presence of defects in the weld. Poor joint design.

Introduced stress concentrations. In order to qualify thermoplastics welds there are a number of mechanical tests that can be used. Annotation Examines the factors that contribute to overall steel deformation problems.

The 27 articles address the effect of materials and processing, the measurement and prediction of residual stress and distortion, and residual stress formation in the shaping of materials, during hardening processes, and during manufacturing processes. Some of the topics are the stability /5(5).

Welding is a fabrication process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by using high heat to melt the parts together and allowing them to cool, causing g is distinct from lower temperature metal-joining techniques such as brazing and soldering, which do not melt the base metal.

In addition to melting the base metal, a filler material is typically added to the. Residual stresses can have either beneficial or detrimental effects on the mechanical properties of plastics.

Manufacturing processes frequently impose residual stresses on plastics. The residual stress field at butt-welds between stainless steel pipes are analyzed by detailed numerical modelling of the welding and other manufacturing steps. The weld residual stress modeling method used was developed and validated in [5,6,10].

The heat flow from the weld-ing process is analysis by thermal modelling and followed by thermo. Effect of high-pressure rolling followed by laser processing on mechanical properties, microstructure and residual stress distribution in multi-pass welds of L stainless steel Article. Assessment of Residual Stresses due to Cold structural steel element and material properties can be found in engineering journals such as: Bjorhovde for wide flange shapes (Bjorhovde et al., ), Paulsen and Welo for rectangular hollow sections (Paulsen et.

the plane spacing, due to residual stress, can be determined from the position of a diffracted X-ray beam and then the residual stress can be calculated from stress theory.

A 1mm collimated Cr Kα X-ray source with a beam penetration depth of .There are many methods to measure residual stresses. The methods are commonly grouped as non-destructive, semi-destructive and destructive or .Residual stresses exist in all materials and, depending on their distribution, can playa beneficial role (for example, compressive surface stress) or have a catastrophic effect, especially on fatigue behaviour and corrosion properties.

The subject of residual stresses took form around with the development of methods to measure macroscopic.