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Determination of Tungsten Inert Gas Welding Input Parameters to Attain Maximum Tensile Strength of 316L Austenitic Stainless Steel

References [1] N. Ghosh, P. K. Pal, G. Nandi, R. Rudrapati, Parametric optimization of gas metal arc welding process by PCA based Taguchi method on austenitic stainless steel AISI 316L. Materials Today: Proceedings 2018 (5), No. 1, 1620 - 1625. [2] Y. S. Tarng, W. H. Yang. Optimisation of the weld bead geometry in gas tungsten arc welding by the Taguchi method. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 1998 (14), No. 8, 549 - 554. [3] S. C. Juang, Y. S. Tarng. Process parameter selection for

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Simulation Process Deep Drawing of Tailor Welded Blanks DP600 and BH220 Materials in Tool With Elastic Blankholder

References [1] L. B Kinsey, X. Wu. Tailor-welded blanks for advanced manufacturing. Woodhead publishing, ISBN 978-0-85709-385-1, Cambridge, 2011. [2] E. Evin, M. Tomáš. Comparison of deformation properties of steel sheets for car body parts. Procedia Engineering 2012 (48), 115 - 122. [3] J. Bílik, M. Balážová, Ľ. Kršiaková, R. Šuba. The analyssis of properties and forming duplex steel DP 450. Hutnícke listy 2010 (63), No. 4, 74 - 77. [4] E. Evin. Design of dual phase high strength steels sheets

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Numerical Calculation of Overhead Power Lines Dynamics

. Common specifications, 2006. [8] Irvine T.: Transmission Line Vibration, Vibrationdata, May 2006. [Online]. Available: www.vibrationdata.com/Newsletters/May2006_NL.pdf. [Cit. 2006]. [9] Paulech J., Lago J., Kutiš V., Stančík S., Fric R., Murín J.: CFD Simulation of Air Flow around Overhead Power Lines, Bratislava, 2010. [10] STN EN 50189, Conductors for overhead lines - Zinc coated steel wires, 2001. [11] STN EN 60889, Hard-drawn aluminium wire for overhead line conductors, 2001. [12] Murín

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Effect of Additives on Static Settled Concentration, pH and Viscosity of Bottom Ash-Water Suspension

References [1] H. K. Naik, M. K. Mishra, U.M. Rao. Evaluation of flow characteristics of fly ash slurry at 40% solid concentration with and without additives, Denever, U.S.A. 2011. [2] S. Kumar, B. K. Gandhi, S. K. Mohapatra. Leaching characteristics of bottom ash from thermal power plant. Energy Sources Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects 2016 (38), 686 - 694. [3] V. K. Gahlot, V. Seshadri, R. C. Malhotra. Effect of density, size distribution, and concentration of solid on the

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Process Parameters Optimization for Producing AA6061/TiB2 Composites by Friction Stir Processing

Materials Processing Technology, 2009 (209), No. 4, 2099 - 2103. [25] A. Handa, V. Chawla. Experimental evaluation of mechanical properties of friction welded dissimilar steels under varying axial pressures. Journal of mechanical engineering - Strojnícky časopis, 2016 (66), No. 1, 27 - 36. [26] S. Soleymani, A. Abdllah - Zadesh, S.A. Alodkht. Micro structural and tribological properties of Al 583 based surface hybrid composite produced by friction stir processing. Wear, 2012 (278 - 279), 41-47. [27] A. Dolatkhah, P

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Optimization of the Process Parameters of Resistance Spot Welding of AISI 316l Sheets Using Taguchi Method

1 Introduction Resistance spot welding is a resistance welding process in which coalescence of metal is produced at the faying surface by the heat generated at the joint because of contact resistance to the flow of electric current. Force is always applied before, during, and after the application of current to prevent arcing at the faying surfaces and to forge the weld metal during post heating. The process is used extensively for joining low and mild carbon steel sheet metal components for automobiles, cabinets, furniture, and similar products. Stainless

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Finite element simulation and experimental validation of the effect of tool wear on cutting forces in turning operation

different tool edge radii from 2 to 62 μm and studied the effects of tool edge wear on cutting forces in Inconel 718. However, with advances in computational techniques, studies are now focused toward using numerical methods such as finite element method (FEM) for analysis. Krishnakumar et al . [ 3 ] studied the effects of residual stresses on AISI 4340 steel during multiple pass turning and the FE model was validated with the experimental results. Thepsonthi et al . [ 4 ] studied the effects of tool edge radius on the machining performance of end-milling process. Both

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Turning operation of AISI 4340 steel in flooded, near-dry and dry conditions: a comparative study on tool-work interface temperature

Experiment Details 3.1 Work Piece A cylindrical workpiece made of AISI 4340 steel with dimensions (∅50 mm × 120 mm) was selected for this study. AISI 4340 steel is a high tensile alloy steel with wear resistance properties and is extensively used in the automotive and general engineering applications, which include aircraft, propeller or gear shafts, connecting rods and aircraft landing gear components. The chemical composition and the mechanical properties of AISI 4340 steel are shown in Table 1 and Table 2 , respectively. Table 1 Chemical composition of

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Development of a cryogenic condenser and computation of its heat transfer efficiency based on liquefaction of nitrogen gas

condenser. Investigation of failure was carried out by visual and dye penetration examination and by using various instruments by Mudali et al . [ 5 ] Wu et al . [ 6 ] developed a new condenser-evaporator by replacing the old one for a large scale air separation plant of capacity 30000 m 3 /hr. with oxygen as the output. Here, the author described the condenser-evaporator as Quasi-annular flow condenser-evaporator type by altering the boiling and condensation mechanism of heat transfer and found that the developed condenser-evaporator was more efficient in all respect

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Case study on the effectiveness of condition monitoring techniques for fault diagnosis of pumps in thermal power plant

gets certain pressure rise. From there, it flows over guide vanes to the inlet of the next impeller, and from there, to discharge. A small part of the feed water, that is, 10% is taken from the space behind the last impeller for the operation of automatic balancing device to balance the hydraulic axial thrust of the pump rotor. Since the medium of the BFP is hot water, the operating temperature must be maintained in the pumps. Thermal equalizing lines are provided at both ends of the mechanical seals in order to meet this purpose. Vibration readings of the Boiler

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