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PWL#063B - PWHT, Post Weld Heat Treatment, Stress Relief, Repair Procedures, Code Exemptions, etc.
November 14, 2008
November 14, 2008
PWL#063B - Resources on PWHT, Post Weld Heat Treatment, Stress Relief, Repair Procedures, Code Exemptions, Temper Bead Procedures, Toughness, Cracking, Creep Rupture, Weldability, Qualification Record and more...
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A short note on PWHT was published (11) in Issue 09 of Practical Welding Letter for May 2004. Click on PWL#09 to see it.
A note on Temper Bead was published (9.2) in the Short Items Issue 15 of Practical Welding Letter for November 2004. Click on PWL#015 to see it. After opening the following Resources, if the content looks interesting to you, save the files in a special folder you will have opened with a meaningful name, for your future reference.
Post Weld Heat Treatment of Welded Structures (10 pages)
What is Meant by Postweld Heat Treatment/Stress Relief Heat Treatment?
Guidelines for Selection of Number and Location of Thermocouples during PWHT
What is the Procedure for Welding En24 Low Alloy Steel, under High Restraint?
Repair Welding Cr-Mo Steels without PWHT
Avoiding PWHT - Can it be Justified?
Can a Welded Repair to a Pressure Vessel be carried out without subsequent PWHT?
A review of Postweld Heat Treatment Code Exemption - Part 1
Assessing Toughness Levels for Steels to determine the Need for PWHT - Part 2
Sulphide Stress Cracking of Welded Joints in Weldable Martensitic Stainless Steels
What is the Holloman-Jaffe Parameter?
Postweld Heat Treatment to avoid Intergranular Stress Corrosion Cracking of Supermartensitic Stainless Steels
The Significance of Softened HAZs in High Strength Structural Steels
Welding new Stainless Steels for the Oil and Gas Industry
Controlled Deposition Repair Welding
The Influence of Ti, Al and Nb on the Toughness and Creep Rupture Strength of Grade 92 Steel Weld Metal
A Review of Postweld Heat Treatment Code Exemptions (7 pages) http://files.aws.org/wj/2006/03/wj200603/wj200603-63.pdf
A New Look at Time-Temperature-Thickness Requirements for PWHT
Assessing Toughness Levels for Steels to Determine the Need for PWHT (7 Pages)
Defects - Hydrogen Cracks in Steels - Prevention and Best Practice
The Effect of Multiple Postweld Heat Treatment Cycles on the Weldability of Waspaloy® (6 pages)
Postweld Heat Treatment (2 pages)
Procedure Qualification for Fusion Welding in accordance with API 6A & API 16A (33 pages)
Welding "Grade 91" Alloy Steel (5 pages)
Hot Tapping in Atmospheric Storage Tanks
Inspection and Welding Repairs of Pressure Vessels
Martensite Transformation, Microsegregation, and Creep Strength of
Welding & Heating Chromium Molybdenum (P91) Pipe
Filler Metal Options for Chrome-Moly Pipe
Development of a Gleeble based Test for PWHT Cracking in Nickel Alloys
General Guidelines for STELLITE® Hardfacing onto Steel Substrates
Welding and Coating Metallurgy
C-spec Welding Procedure Qualification Record
C-spec Welding Procedure Qualification Record (4 pages)
Hydrogen Embrittlement in Power Plant Steels (21 pages)
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