Optimization of machine parameters for an A487 Steel welding process

Armando García-Sánchez, Mario F. Trejo-Aguirre, Jorge L. Acevedo-Dávila, Gabriel García-Cerecero, Mauricio Garza-Castañón

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Aim of this work is to show results of the characterization of the repairing process of a mud pump module through the GMAW process. 33 shielded-type-weld test coupons were prepared made of A487 carbon steel, which is the main material composing the mud pump under analysis. Design of experiments was realized varying current, voltage, travel speed and electrode length (electrical stickout ESO). Filler material was ER 312 stainless steel, and the shielding gas was a mixture of Ar-CO2-H2. The maximum penetration depth and micro hardness were measured for each coupon and compared. Maximum penetration depth achieved was 3.3 mm, for a 260 A current, 30 volts, travel speed of 70 cm/min and an electrode length of 12.7 mm. Likewise was performed the metallurgical evaluation of weld, observing that microstructure and other properties are adequate for the pretended use of the joint.
Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas797-802
Número de páginas6
EstadoPublished - 24 jun 2009
Publicado de forma externa
EventoTMS Annual Meeting -
Duración: 24 jun 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceTMS Annual Meeting
Período24/6/09 → …

Huella dactilar

Mud pumps
Welding
Welds
Gas metal arc welding
Electrodes
Steel
Shielding
Design of experiments
Microhardness
Carbon steel
Fillers
Stainless steel
Microstructure
Electric potential
Gases

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García-Sánchez, A., Trejo-Aguirre, M. F., Acevedo-Dávila, J. L., García-Cerecero, G., & Garza-Castañón, M. (2009). Optimization of machine parameters for an A487 Steel welding process. 797-802. Papel presentado en TMS Annual Meeting, .
García-Sánchez, Armando ; Trejo-Aguirre, Mario F. ; Acevedo-Dávila, Jorge L. ; García-Cerecero, Gabriel ; Garza-Castañón, Mauricio. / Optimization of machine parameters for an A487 Steel welding process. Papel presentado en TMS Annual Meeting, .6 p.
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Optimization of machine parameters for an A487 Steel welding process. / García-Sánchez, Armando; Trejo-Aguirre, Mario F.; Acevedo-Dávila, Jorge L.; García-Cerecero, Gabriel; Garza-Castañón, Mauricio.

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Resultado de la investigación

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García-Sánchez A, Trejo-Aguirre MF, Acevedo-Dávila JL, García-Cerecero G, Garza-Castañón M. Optimization of machine parameters for an A487 Steel welding process. 2009. Papel presentado en TMS Annual Meeting, .