REPORT lab 5.docx - University of Anchorage Alaska Metallurgy Lab 5 Report Weld A287 Metallurgy Eli Ringelenstein Instructor Objective to observe

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University of Anchorage Alaska Metallurgy Lab 5 Report Weld A287 Metallurgy Eli Ringelenstein, Instructor Objective: to observe document and report any and all findings while conducting the experiment of conjoining or welding a piece of A36 mild steel to a piece of AIS I 316 L stainless steel
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A piece of A36 mild steel was selected the ends were cleaned and prepped for welding (a slight bevel was applied to one edge) then a piece of AISI316 L stainless steel was selected along with its ends being prepped for welding as well(once again this is a slight bevel being applied to one edge) both pieces were roughly 3 inches wide 6 inches long and a quarter inch thick. The pieces were welded together utilizing the SMAW process, specifically utilizing the electrode 8018 in the 8 th inch variety. Both pieces were preheated to ensure no moisture remained in any piece, they were then aligned and clampdown for the welding process(notably the slight gap was left in between the
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  • Spring '19
  • Ringelenstein
  • Tensile strength, Stainless steel, Weld A287 Metallurgy

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