“This paper presents an experimental investigation of the possibility of using solid-phase welding to join nodular iron to low carbon steel. Included is a review of available literature on solid-phase welding, tracing its origin from early Egypt to the present day. There was no previously reported work found on the welding of nodular iron to steel.
Experiments were performed to determine what temperature-pressure combination gave the greatest ultimate tensile strength These experiments resulted in the best welds being produced with an end load of 7000 pounds (35.700 psi) on a half inch diameter sample. The majority of these welds proved to have a strength of 90% to 95% of the base iron strength”--Abstract, page ii.
Wolf, Robert V., 1929-1999
Francis, Lyman L., 1920-2004
Hansen, Peter G., 1927-2010
Schowalter, Ralph E., 1923-2001
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
vi, 41 pages
© 1964 Scott H. Carriere, All rights reserved.
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Carriere, Scott H., "Solid-phase welding of nodular iron to low carbon steel." (1964). Masters Theses. 5646.