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Title: Optimization of Parameters Influencing Tensile Strength of Inconel-625 Welded Joints Developed Through Microwave Hybrid Heating
Authors: Badiger, R.I.
Narendranath, S.
Srinath, M.S.
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Materials Today: Proceedings, 2018, Vol.5, 2, pp.7659-7667
Abstract: Processing of bulk metals through microwave energy in recent years is finding widespread applications and is being prominently accepted by the manufacturing industries. Present work, investigates the effect of process parameters on the tensile strength of Inconel-625welded joints produced through microwave hybrid heating using design of experiments. Experiments were carried out by using Taguchi's L16 factorial design of experiment method. Input parameters chosen were separator type; susceptor type and filler powder size. The output response chosen was ultimate tensile strength. Optimization of the process parameters is done through Taguchi method and percentage influence of each process parameter on the strength of weld is determined using ANOVA method. Combination of parameters with graphite separator, SiCsusceptor and finer filler powder yields optimum result. � 2017 Elsevier Ltd.
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