Metals are useful materials because of their sophistication and low cost. The many phase transformations and process variables associated with them can be exploited to achieve a very large range of desirable properties. The very complexity that makes metals so useful also makes their design difficult. This is particularly so for welding alloys which have an additional level of complexity given that the ultimate properties have to be achieved in the aswelded condition. This paper gives a general description of the computational methods available for the design of welding alloys.
Svetsaren, Vol. 53, 1998, 2225.
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