A numerical study of heat transfer behavior in welding
Isiklar, Yasar Vehbi
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A numerical model has been developed for three-dimensional transient conduction based temperature calculations in underwater wet welding on a thick rectangular plate. The numerical scheme is based on a fully implicit finite volume method. A variable mesh size centered around the moving heat source, and temperature dependent thermal properties have been used in the calculations. Convective, radiative and boiling surface thermal conditions have also been inciuded. The weld pool region itself has been modeled as a solid region of thermal conductivity higher than the surrounding unmelted region. The validity of the results was checked by comparison with Rosenthal's three-dimensional solution for a moving point heat source, and other results in the literature.
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