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welding 1045 grade steel


welding 1045 grade steel

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Steel grade: welding 1045 grade steel
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Thickness: 4-200mm  
Width: 1500mm-3000mm 
Length: 6000mm-12000mm

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Welding 1045 and grade 50 Steel - American Welding Society

Guys, We are welding 2 inch diameter shaft (1045 chrome plated shaft) with 0.75 inch grade 50 steel. I did some search online and I have found out that we need to pre heat the shaft till 400 F before we weld and let it cool after welding.

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1045 Medium Tensile Carbon Steel Bar Interlloy ...

1045 is a medium tensile low hardenability carbon steel generally supplied in the black hot rolled or occasionally in the normalised condition, with a typical tensile strength range 570 - 700 Mpa and Brinell hardness range 170 - 210 in either condition.Characterised by fairly good strength and impact properties, plus good machinability and reasonable weldability in the hot rolled or normalised ...

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ASTM 1045 Weldable? - Metal and Metallurgy engineering ...

Jun 08, 2009 · In general, 1045 carbon steel can be welded provided preheat requirements are followed closely. In some cases a stress relief or post weld heat treatment may be required. The lack of preheat is normally the cause of most weldability problems with higher carbon grades of steel.

DWHA; Yes. In general, 1045 carbon steel can be welded provided preheat requirements are followed closely. In some cases a stress relief or post weld heat treatment may be required. The lack of preheat is normally the cause of most weldability problems with higher carbon grades of steel. Did the failure occur along the edge of the weld? If so, this would most likely be cause by lack of proper preheat during welding.Yes, the failure occured along the edge of the weld, see picture. http://files.engineering/getfile.aspx?folder=168bf52c-0dd9-4214-ba31-98Another Picture http://files.engineering/getfile.aspx?folder=66143f7f-2d40-44d8-9571-fcThanks for the pictures.I was discussing welding 1045 steel with another engineer yesterday and he indicated the quality and integrity of welds on 1045 is poor at best. Both of us know about pre-heating. Is there a grade of weld wire or something else that has worked well for you in this application?Bottom line is the weld most certainly played a factor. However, it is not necessarily a material factor as you state in your thread. It is generally accepted that all welded structures are put into service with some type of discontinuities. But we also have to remember that not all discontinuities rise to the level of defects that need to be repaired. Even with proper preheat, welding procedures and good NDE you very likely had some type of discontinuity in the toe or edge of the weld that created a stress raiser which contributed to the failure. Examination of the fracture origin in the SEM will tell you a lot. The material become more of a factor here if improper welding procedures were used because then not only do discontinuities play a factor, but microstructure and phases can play a factor due to differences in fatigue or fracture initiation resistance.I found a book called "Metals and How to Weld Them". The James F. Lincoln Foundation website jflf sells it. This book explains the how's and why's of welding medium and high carbon steel. I've been looking all over the place trying to gather enough understanding to feel comfortable welding ASTM 1045 and other medium or high carbon steels. This book is amazingly clear. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a "practical how to" on welding metals.If you use a filler material with similar chemistry to the parent metal and preheat and weld between 1000°F and 1500°F, cool slowly, anneal and heat treat the required hardness you will limit everything but grain structure differences. It is mandatory to over weld and machine back to original size. For 1045 this is going to be difficult because of filler material availability. In the mid 1980's we fabricated a prototype high speed track out of C1026 and C1040 and used a .30 carbon weld wire, annealed and heat treated the blocks and none cracked. The C1026 did stretch past yield under load. We have had good success using an E80SD2 welding wire C1045 to 8620. Ed Danzer danzcoinc dehydsHi, Just one question, Are we talking about a ASTM 1045 or AISI/SAE 1045 steel? Since the piece is an axle, I assume a AISI 1045 steel as base material.Are you sure it was a clear shear failure? There is no apparent edge galling, or galling on the "hump" near the top. Any possibility of bending failure or combination torsional/bending failure? Poor weld profile could have contributed to fatigue crack propagation, however, there does not appear to be any significant fatigue progression. Single event overload more likely. Is the weld there just to keep the axle stub from sliding out? If so, why not key it and do away with the weld?Can AISI 1045 be welded to A36? - AWS (welding) Code ...Feb 09, 2011Preheat weld required for 1045? - Mechanical engineering ...Apr 13, 2004See more results

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AISI 1045 Medium Carbon Steel - AZoM

Welding. Certain facts about welding of AISI 1045 steel are AISI 1045 steel is readily welded when correct procedure is followed. Welding AISI 1045 steel in through-hardened, tempered and flame or induction hardened condition is not recommended. Low hydrogen electrodes are preferred for welding AISI 1045 steel. The workpiece is

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Welding 1045 - Miller Welding Discussion Forums

Where is the weld breaking; are you getting good fusion to the shaft and not to the collar, or the other way around? What wire? 1045 is considered a medium carbon steel but is at the upper limit where it can be handled as a high-carbon steel.

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Atlas 1045 Medium Tensile Carbon Steel Bar 1045

Medium Tensile Carbon Steel Bar 1045 Colour code Jade Green Introduction Atlas 1045 is a fully killed plain carbon steel product containing nominally 0.45% carbon. ... In case of attempting to weld this grade guidance from an experienced and qualified welding engineer must be sought.

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Welding 1045 to A36 - American Welding Society

Dec 17, 2014 · Assuming this is not a code project and it is a one of a kind weldment assume the following AISI 1045 is a medium carbon steel. The carbon content of the AISI 1045 is between 0.4 and 0.5% carbon. Assume the worst case and go with 0.5% carbon. The hydrogen introduced into the molten weld pool is dependent on the welding process you select.

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1018 vs. 1045 Steel Comparison Capital Steel & Wire

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k1045 Steel Australian Steel

K1042/1045 steel plates adhere to AS/NZS 3678, which determines the material and welding standards of structural steel as well a shot-rolled plates, floor plates and slabs.Commonly used in a range of industry sectors, the properties of K1045 steel make it ideal for applications that require a reasonable amount of strength and wear resistance.

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Carbon Steel - AISI 1144, 1018 & 1045 Carbon Specialty ...

Its high sulfur content makes this particular grade have a good machinability rating of 83% as compared to 1212 steel; welding though is difficult. AISI 1144 is a good choice of steel for machined parts requiring better tensile strength and wear resistance than 1045 or 1018.

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AISI 1045 Carbon Steel - AISI 1045 Medium Carbon Steel ...

General characteristics of Carbon Steel 1045. C1045 is a medium carbon, medium tensile steel supplied as forged or normalized. ... This grade is readily welded with the correct procedure. Welding in the through hardened or flame or induction hardened conditions is not recommended.

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Welding 1045 to A36 - American Welding Society

Dec 17, 2014 · Assuming this is not a code project and it is a one of a kind weldment assume the following AISI 1045 is a medium carbon steel. The carbon content of the AISI 1045 is between 0.4 and 0.5% carbon. Assume the worst case and go with 0.5% carbon. The hydrogen introduced into the molten weld pool is dependent on the welding process you select.

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1018 vs. 1045 Steel Comparison Capital Steel & Wire

1018 vs. 1045 Steel Comparison Carbon steel is one of the most widely used materials in the world, and the 1018 and 1045 grades of steel is a big reason for that. One of the most common questions that arise when considering buying cold finished steel products is the difference between 1018 cold steel bars and 1045 cold bars.

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1045 Weldability Steel – Elinki

1045 Weldability Steel linkes 31 marzo, 2015 I was discussing welding 1045 steel with another engineer yesterday and he indicated the quality and integrity of welds on 1045 is poor at best.

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AISI 1045 Carbon Steel - AISI 1045 Medium Carbon Steel ...

General characteristics of Carbon Steel 1045. C1045 is a medium carbon, medium tensile steel supplied as forged or normalized. ... This grade is readily welded with the correct procedure. Welding in the through hardened or flame or induction hardened conditions is not recommended.

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Carbon Steel - AISI 1144, 1018 & 1045 Carbon Specialty ...

Its high sulfur content makes this particular grade have a good machinability rating of 83% as compared to 1212 steel; welding though is difficult. AISI 1144 is a good choice of steel for machined parts requiring better tensile strength and wear resistance than 1045 or 1018.

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Welding Carbon Steel Metal Supermarkets - Steel ...

Some elements that can be found in carbon steel are just not conducive to welding no matter what preheat or filler metal is used during the welding process. Grades such as C12L14 contain Lead that promotes solidification cracking of welds.

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Welding metals of dissimilar strengths - The FABRICATOR

Welding metals of dissimilar strengths ... other standards give mechanical property requirements; and some standards give both. For instance, you may need to weld ASTM A572 Grade 50 to AISI/SAE 4140, in which the former material has both chemistry and mechanical requirements, but the latter has only a chemistry requirement. ... But because this ...

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MEDIUM TENSILE STEEL AISI 1045 - S&T Stainless

MEDIUM TENSILE STEEL – AISI 1045 - continued WELDING Readily welded as supplied with the correct procedure, but welding when through hardened, …

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How to weld “T-1” constructional alloy steels

A517 grades B, F, H, and Q; and ASME SA517 Grades B and F. ... tempering) of the steel after welding is not necessary. Other welding processes, such as oxyacetylene welding, electroslag welding, or any process employing multiple arcs, which subject the

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Grade AISI 1045 Steel. Cold Drawn, Heat treated, Turned ...

Special welding procedures are required in welding this grade because its relatively high carbon and manganese content promote high hardness and brittleness in the heat affected zone. It is the most common shafting steel in the medium carbon range.

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Preheat temperature for 1045 steel? - practicalmachinist

Dec 11, 2009 · I have several each of two different weld assemblies to make. In each case I will be welding 1045 steel. One piece is 3/4 round 1045 to a mild steel sleeve, the other is 1 1/2 round to flat stock (lengthwise).

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AISI 1035 Carbon Steel Forging Facts & Characteristics ...

General characteristics of Carbon Steel 1035. C1035 is a medium carbon, medium tensile steel supplied as-forged or normalized. This steel shows reasonable strength, toughness and wear resistance. Applications. This grade of steel is used for forged parts where the strength and toughness of the material are appropriate.

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Consumables Corner Welding medium-carbon to high …

Welding process, maximum interpass temperature, cooling rate after welding, and postweld heat-treat (PWHT) are all variables that need to be specified and controlled for this application. Preheat and maximum interpass temperatures on the AISI 1050 steel are thickness- …

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welding different grades of steel? - Welding, Bonding ...

Hi. What are the limitations in welding different grades of carbon steel? For instance, can I weld grades 1045 and 4140 together? If I use SMAW, can I just specify electrode E60 and not worry about the grades of steel that I'm welding?

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