2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.12.554
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Procedure in Reduction of Distortion in Welding Process by High Temperature Thermal Transient Tensioning

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“…The experiments were performed at the AIMEN Technology Centre facilities. The results from the experimental tests were used to validate the numerical models [ 17 ].…”
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“…The experiments were performed at the AIMEN Technology Centre facilities. The results from the experimental tests were used to validate the numerical models [ 17 ].…”
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“…In this work, the maximum vertical deflection was chosen as a reference to verify the accuracy of the FEM model chosen. The experimental results were used to validate the FEM model and to generate the htTTT numerical model [ 17 ].…”
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“…It is suitable for flux core arc welding at panel line workshop and consists in performing symmetrical heating together with the welding process by using propane torches. [1] As welding is a process which is largely used in the marine industry, every shipyard faces distortion problems. In order to reduce it`sits impact, a lot of research has been performed and some patents were developed on the topic by Japanese, Chinese and Russian researchers.…”
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“…This aspect has great importance in the shipbuilding industry, due to its high cost for countermeasure, estimated by the Navy Joining Centre (EEUU) to almost 25% of the total expenditure on assembly work. [1].…”
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