Accession Number : ADA953844

Title :   Development and Production of Experimental High-Strength Ferritic Electrodes. Part 1.

Descriptive Note : Progress rept. no. 6,

Corporate Author : BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OH

Personal Author(s) : Lucas,F. M. ; Rieppel,P. J. ; Voldrich,C. B.

Report Date : 03 NOV 1946

Pagination or Media Count : 24

Abstract : Seven new experimental electrodes, Nos. UE-7 to UE-12, inclusive, and UE-16, were made and tested. All of them had satisfactory operating characteristics, in the downhand position, using either alternating or direct current (electrode positive). Electrodes UE-7, -8, -9, and -10 were a radical departure from the 48A weld-metal composition, in that the molybdenum content was reduced, and nickel, or nickel and chromium, were the principal alloying elements. The yield strength of these weld metals was lower than desired, but the ductility was very good. It is believed that these electrode compositions may be useful where the required weld-metal yield strength is about 90,000-100,000 psi.

Descriptors :   *Electrodes, *Weld metal, Ductility, Ferrites, High strength, Production, Yield strength, Chromium, Nickel

Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE