Investigation of Structure and Physical-Mechanical Properties of Metal in Different Zones of Welded Trunk Pipelines Made of X80 Strength Grade Steel
Evgeniia Putilova, Sergey Zadvorkin, Kristina Kryuchevadownload PDF
Abstract. The development of trunk pipelines network, taking into accont their operation in difficult climatic conditions, leads to the creation and the development of non-destructive testing methods to control the stress-strain state of the pipe itself, as well as welded joints. This work presents the results of studies of the microstructure, as well as the mechanical and magnetic characteristics of the metal cut from different zones of the welded joint of X80 strength class pipe steel.
High-Strength Pipe Steel, Steel Grade X80, Structure, Properties, Non-Destructive Magnetic Testing
Published online 1/5/2022, 7 pages
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Citation: Evgeniia Putilova, Sergey Zadvorkin, Kristina Kryucheva, Investigation of Structure and Physical-Mechanical Properties of Metal in Different Zones of Welded Trunk Pipelines Made of X80 Strength Grade Steel, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 396-402, 2022
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