Investigation of residual stresses in welded joints of heat-resistant magnesium alloy ML10 after electrodynamic treatment

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In repair of aircraft structures of magnesium alloy ML10, the argon arc non-consumable electrode welding is used. In this case, the residual welding stresses occur in repair welds, being one of the causes for reducing the service characteristics of the restored products. Residual stresses arise as a result of welding. Post-weld heat treatment is used to reduce the residual stresses. The heat treatment, which occurs after welding, increases the cost of repair. This leads to the search for alternative methods to control the stressed state of welded joints, one of which is electrodynamic treatment, which reduces the level of residual stresses in repair welds, and as a consequence, the cost of the welding repair in restoring aircraft structures. It was found from the results of experiments carried out, that the electrodynamic treatment allows reduces the initial level of stresses in welded joints, reaching 120 MPa, to 30 MPa, and at definite geometric characteristics of the specimens forming the field of compressive stresses, the values of which are equal to -50 MPa. It is shown that the optimum distance between the zones of treatment, being 5 mm, provides the guaranteed covering the zones of electrodynamic effect and, as a consequence, the maximum efficiency of the electric dynamic treatment.

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Lobanov, L. M., Pashchin, N. A., Mikhodui, O. L., & Khokhlova, J. A. (2016). Investigation of residual stresses in welded joints of heat-resistant magnesium alloy ML10 after electrodynamic treatment. Journal of Magnesium and Alloys, 4(2), 77–82. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jma.2016.04.005

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