2D Residual Stress and Hardness Maps in Steel Laser Weld with Filler Wire

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Residual stresses (RS) and welding process represent a traditional partnership between an ever evolving, and vital, technological process and a quantity characterizing the result of this process. As the modern way of joining materials is shifting gradually from conventional welding into friction stir or laser welding, RS remain a crucial parameter which gives clues about the welds’ behavior under dynamic loads. In this contribution the joint created by laser welding with filler wire is described by 2D maps of RS and hardness.

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Pavel Polach

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K. Kolařík et al., "2D Residual Stress and Hardness Maps in Steel Laser Weld with Filler Wire", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 732, pp. 9-12, 2015

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