Investigation of steels for improved weldability in ship construction: phase III.
United States. Ship Structure Committee, United States Steel Corporation. Technology Center, United States. Coast Guard. Office of Merchant Marine Safety
Ship Structure Committee, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 20 pages
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50-ft-lb transition temperature addition of titanium Appendix austenite pools bainite base plate base steel Charpy V-Notch cooling CVN Energy CVN specimens CVN transition temperature Electroslag Weld equiaxed ferrite ESW cycle ferrite morphology free nitrogen fusion line grain boundary group of steels HAZ toughness HAZ's Heat Affected Zone high nitrogen steels high Ti/N steel improved ingot kj-inch LEDGE MIGRATION levels of titanium LIAISON low Ti/N steels manganese MARINE STRUCTURES martensite Microstructures nitrogen additions nucleation pearlite Phase precipitated nitrogen prior austenite grain quenching SAW and ESW SAW cycle Ship Structure Committee simulated SAW soluble steel T10 Steel Temperature steels containing Submerged Arc Weld submerged-arc Table THREE HEAT INPUTS Ti/N steel T3 TiN particles titanium and nitrogen titanium nitride titanium steels transformation products U.S. COAST GUARD V V V vanadium steel VVVV weld simulation weldments Widmanstatten ferrite yield strength