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Volume 130, 2019The 1st International Conference on Automotive, Manufacturing, and Mechanical Engineering (IC-AMME 2018)
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|Published online||15 November 2019|
Influences of Groove Angles and Filler Metals on 304L Stainless Steel to AISI 1040 Carbon Steel Dissimilar Joint by Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Institut Teknologi Adhi Tama Surabaya,
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Dissimilar joint commonly applied on pressure vessel application in power plan field as joining between the tank and the stanchion of pressure vessel. This paper presents the investigations carried out to study the influence of groove angles and filler metals on 304L Stainless Steel to AISI 1040 Carbon Steel dissimilar joints. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding with 120 A of current was used on this research, joined the two different metals. The 30°, 45°, and 60° were used in this welding as parameters of V-groove angles. ER 308L-16 filler metal of stainless steel and ER 70S-6 filler metal of carbon steel were used as filler metals. Tensile test was conducted to obtain tensile strength of joint and to analysis of the effect of the welding parameters to the mechanical properties. The highest tensile strength was obtained from the 60° groove angle using ER 308L-16 filler metal of 614.54 MPa. In the other hand, 45° groove angle using ER 70S-6 filler metal obtained the lowest tensile strength of 578.66 MPa. The joining process of dissimilar welding using ER 308L-16 filler metal, filler metal for stainless steel, has obtained the highest tensile strength with wider groove angle as well.
Key words: Dissimilar welding / ER 308L-16 / ER 70S-6 / Welding process
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