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Title: Comparison of Sequentially and Fully Coupled Generalized Plane Strain FE Modelling of Multipass Welding
Authors: Jiang, Wei
Yahiaoui, Kadda
Hall, Frank Richard
Laoui, Tahar
Citation: NAFEMS World Congress, Malta, 2005
Publisher: NAFEMS
Issue Date: 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2436/29601
Additional Links: http://www.nafems.org/events/congress/2005/papers/
Abstract: The residual stress predictions from sequentially and fully coupled thermo-mechanical generalized plane strain models of thick multipass welded plate are shown to be in agreement with each other and experimental data. The research enabled the less computationally resource intensive sequential coupling method to be recommended when simulating this welding process.
Type: Meetings & Proceedings
Language: en
Description: Paper presented at the NAFEMS 2005 World Congress, Malta.
Keywords: Welding process
Sequential coupling
Residual stress
Modelling
Plane strain models
Engineering technology
Multipass welding
3D modelling
ISBN: 1874376034
Appears in Collections: Engineering and Technology

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