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Welding in Energy-Related Projects contains the proceedings of the Welding Institute of Canada’s Second International Conference held in Toronto, 20-21 September 1983, on the theme ""Welding in Energy-Related Projects."" The contributions to the conference offer a unique overview of many areas of technology from research and development studies to construction and operation, and as such provide a comprehensive reference source. This volume contains 44 papers organized into eight sections. Section I contains studies on materials and weldability of steels for energy structures. Section II covers welding techniques such as flux-cored arc welding, root pass welding, and automatic welding. Section III on welding control systems includes studies on such as integrated robotic welding and microprocessor technology in automatic integrated welding systems. Sections IV and V presents studies on welding of high-alloy systems and welding procedure optimization, respectively. Section VI covers quality assurance and inspection of piping systems. Section VII takes up the properties of welds. Section VIII presents stress and strain analyses of welds.
Materials and Weldability of Steels for Energy Structures
Properties of Welds in Thick Section Nb-Containing Steels
Development of Normalized and Aged Mn-Mo-V-Nb Steel for Fittings
Development of Heavy Wall High Strength Bent Pipe for Arctic Usage
Steels for Pipes Over Grade X 70 and Their Weldability
The Weldability of Rare-Earth Treated Linepipe Steel
Solidification Cracking Prevention in Pipeline Girth Welding of Low Carbon Steel
Development of Low PCM X70 Grade Line Pipe for Prevention of Cracking at Girth Welding
Field Weldability of Thick Section Material
Pipeline Girth Welding Using the Flux-Cored Arc Welding Process
A New High-Speed Circumferential Root Pass Welding for Pipeline Construction
Position Butt Welding of Technological Pipelines of Power Engineering Structures
Automatic Welding of Pipelines With the "Satume" Process on a Laybarge
Quality of Welds in Large Diameter Pipe Joined by Flash Butt Welding
Resources-Saving Technology of Position Automatic Flux-Cored Wire Welding of Gas Pipelines With a Forced Weld Formation
Automated Welding Development for Electrical Power Plant Maintenance and Construction
The Potential Use of Non-Arc Welding Processes in Energy Related Fabrications
Minimum Holding Time for Normalizing of Electroslag Weldments
Integrated Robotic Welding through Real Time IR Vision
On Line Weld Penetration Measurement Using an Infrared Sensor
Microprocessor Technology in Automatic Integrated Welding Systems
Protection System against Electrical Shock Hazard for SMAW Welders
Four Energy-Related Case Stories of Using Stainless Welding Consumables
New Welding Filler Metals for the Welding of Girth Welds on Pipelines of Corrosion-Resistant CrNiMoN-Duplex Steels
Weldability of Duplex Structure 12Cr-(Mo,W) Steels
Welding 304L Stainless Steel Tubing Having Variable Penetration Characteristics
Weld Pool Geometry Variation in GTA Welding of Austenitic Stainless Steel
Welding Procedure Optimization
Narrow Gap Welds Using under Strength Weld Material
Offshore Structures for the North Sea: HAZ Hardness Requirements and Practical Implications
Integrity of Non-Post-Weld Heat Treated Heavy Section Weld Repairs
Inadequate Field Welding Procedures Lead to Marine Boiler Superheater Header Failures
Submerged Arc Strip Overlay Welding of 2.25-Cr-1Mo Steel
Quality Assurance and Inspection
Quality Assurance in the Fabrication of Offshore Structures
Codes, Specifications and Training for Quality Assurance of Piping
"...... Because of QA"
Ultrasonic Debris Scanner in Energy Plant Piping
Consumables and Properties
The Properties of Pipeline Girth Welds Produced by Arc Welding Processes
The Toughness of Mechanized Gas Metal Arc Welds
The Selection of Welding Consumables and the Development of Welding Procedures for Steels for Offshore Constructions
Non Iron Powder NI-Bearing Electrodes for Low Temperature Environments
Fracture Toughness of Weld Heat Affected Zones (HAZs) in Steels Used in Constructing Offshore Platforms
Residual Stresses at Girth Welds in Pipes
Strain Analysis of Hot Tap Branch Connections under External Loadings
Common Misconceptions in the Fatigue Design of Welded Steel Joints
Modified Design Rules for Fatigue Performance of Offshore Structures
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- © Pergamon 1984
- 1st January 1984
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