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Journal of KWJS 2013 February;31(1) :58-64.
Published online June 5, 2013.
doi:https://doi.org/10.5781/KWJS.2013.31.1.58
Microstructure and Tensile Strength Property of Arc Brazed DP steel using Cu-Sn Insert Metal
Wook-Je Cho, Young-Ho Cho, Jung-Gil Yun, Chung-Yun Kang
Dept. of Material Science and Engineering, Pusan National University, Busan 609-735, Korea
Hyundai Heavy Ind, Industrial Research Institute /R&D Division, Ulsan 682-792, Korea
B&G steel, Advanced Material Reserch Team, Changwon 642-370, Kor
Correspondence: Chung-Yun Kang  Email: kangcy@pusan.ac.kr
  Published online June 5, 2013
ABSTRACT
The following results were obtained, microstructures and tensile properties in arc brazed joints of DP(dual phase) steel using Cu-5.3wt%Sn insert metal was investigated as function of brazing current. 1) The Fusion Zone was composed of αFe+γCu and Cu23Sn2. The reason for the formation of these solid solutions. Despite, Fe & Cu were impossible to solid solution at room temperature. It's melting & reaction to something of insert metal & Base Metal (DP Steel) by Arc. Brazing Process has faster cooling rate then Cast Process, Supersaturated solid solution at room temperature. 2) The increase Hardness of Fusion Zone was directly proportional to the rise of welding current. Because, αFe+γCu phase (higher hardness than the Cu23Sn2.(104.1Hv < 271.9Hv)) Volume fraction was Growth, due to increasing the amount of base metal melting by High current. 3) The results of tensile shear test by Brazing, All specimens happen to fracture in Fusion Zone. On the other hand, when Brazing Current increasing tend to rise tensile load. but it was very small, about 26-30% of the base metal. 4) The result of fracture analysis, The crack initiate at Triple Point for meet to Upper B.M/Under B.M/Fusion Zone. This Crack propagated to Fusion zone. So ruptured by tensile strength. The Reason to in the fusion zone fracture, Fusion zone by Brazing of hardness (strength) was very lower then the base metal (DP steel). In addition the Fusion Zone’s thickness in triple point was thin than the base metal’s thickness in triple point.
Keywords: Ferritic stainless steel | Arc brazing | Microstructures | Tensile properties | Second phase
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