Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes
The manufacturing industry currently employs a wide variety of welding processes. The main technological process applied in the production of weldments is fusion welding. Presenting the latest research on the topic, Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes is a cutting-edge and comprehensive book that details the various courses of action that occur during welding procedures.
It explains established regularities that are useful in the development of processes; details the formation of defects, allowing for an understanding of the role of surface properties and surface phenomena during the formation of defects; and describes welding in space, elucidating the determination role of surface phenomena in that environment. The text also contains 217 figures, 29 tables, and 336 equations to provide the reader with a better understanding of the various processes.
In the development of welding technologies, as well as welding consumables, it is essential to know and to take into account both the surface properties of the applied materials and the surface phenomena that affect the boundaries of contacting phases. Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes presents this knowledge in a thorough and accessible manner, making it the ideal reference for practical and scientific specialists in the fields of welding and metallurgy.
Table of Contents
Characterization of the Fusion Welding Process.
Surface Properties and Phenomena. Results of Studying the Surface Properties and Phenomena. Electrode-Metal Transfer and Surface Phenomena. Formation of Weld and Deposited Metal. Non-Metallic Inclusions. Porosity in Welds.
Solidification Cracking. Development of Welding and Surfacing Technologies with Allowance for Surface Phenomena. Appendix. References. Index.
German Deyev earned a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Cheljabinsk State Polytechnical Institute (Cheljabinsk, Russia, 1963), an M.S. degree in engineering of welding technology and production from the Cheljabinsk State Polytechnical Institute (Cheljabinsk, Russia, 1965), and a Ph.D. degree in civil engineering with specialization in 'the role of surface properties and phenomena in the formation of welds and deposited metal' from Cheljabinsk State Polytechnical Institute (Cheljabinsk, Russia, 1971)., Professor Deyev served as the chairman of the Department of Welding at the University of Lipetsk from 1976 until 1999. In December 1993, he was appointed dean of the Metallurgical Faculty of the University of the Lipetsk. During his academic career, Professor Deyev has received 24 awards. He is a member of the American Welding Society. Professor Deyev has to his credit 6 books and over 120 publications and articles in professional journals., Dmitriy Deyev earned a B.S. degree in civil engineering in 1994, an M.S. degree in engineering of welding technology and production from the Lipetsk State Polytechnical Institute (Lipetsk, Russia, 1995), and a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Voronezh State University (Voronezh, Russia, 1998). He served as the leading specialist at the Department of Transportation of the Lipetsk State Government from 1995 until 1999. Dmitriy Deyev has written many publications and articles in professional journals.