Minimization of Welding Distortion and Buckling

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  • Author : Pan Michaleris
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 308 pages
  • ISBN : 0857092901
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Minimization of Welding Distortion and Buckling

Minimization of Welding Distortion and Buckling
  • Author : Pan Michaleris
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 25 May 2011
GET THIS BOOK Minimization of Welding Distortion and Buckling

Welding is a cost-effective and flexible method of fabricating large structures, but drawbacks such as residual stress, distortion and buckling must be overcome in order to optimize structural performance. Minimization of welding distortion and buckling provides a systematic overview of the methods of minimizing distortion and buckling in welded structures. Following an introductory chapter, part one focuses on understanding welding stress and distortion, with chapters on such topics as computational welding mechanics, modelling the effect of phase transformations on welding

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