Mraz L.,Welding Research Institute |
Karlsson L.,University College West |
Vrana M.,Nuclear Physics Institute of Czech Republic |
Mikula P.,Nuclear Physics Institute of Czech Republic
EAN 2014 - 52nd International Conference on Experimental Stress Analysis | Year: 2014
In this contribution the results of residual strain/stress measurements performed on several single pass fillet steel welds which were carried out at different welding conditions, namely, with different filler materials are presented.
Cicka R.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava |
Bakajova J.,Welding Research Institute |
Stefanikova M.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava |
Domankova M.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava |
Janovec J.,Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Journal of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B: Metallurgy | Year: 2012
The precipitation of secondary phases was investigated in the 0.17C-16Cr-11Mn-0.43N austenitic stainless steel during annealing at 800 and 850°C for times between 5 min and 100 h. Light microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and differential thermal analysis were used in experiments. Thermodynamic calculations were done by the Thermo-Calc database software package. Cr2N and M23C6 were considered to be stable phases at the annealing temperatures. Cells consisting of alternating Cr2N and austenite lamellae were observed in the steel microstructure after sufficiently long annealing. The metastable chi phase was also found in all the annealed samples. After 100 h of annealing the equilibrium sigma started to precipitate. The thermodynamically predicted M6C was not confirmed experimentally in any of the annealed samples. DTA analysis showed the initial precipitation stage was followed by the phase dissolution. For the investigated steel the computational thermodynamics can be used only for qualitative interpretation of the experimental results as the measured endothermal peaks were found to be shifted of about 50÷70°C related to the computed results.
Kumar K.A.,National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli |
Sundareswaran K.,National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli |
Venkateswaran P.R.,Welding Research Institute |
Palani S.,Sudharsan Engineering College |
Jairath A.K.,Amity University
2015 International Conference on Recent Developments in Control, Automation and Power Engineering, RDCAPE 2015 | Year: 2015
The solar photovoltaic power generation is one of the fast growing renewable energy source of electrical power. There are two main types of solar PV power generation systems: grid connected and off-grid systems. Grid connected systems are referred as distributed generators as they feed electrical power into the utility grid from various stations. The grid connected systems create certain problems in stability and power quality of the utility grid. One among the major problem is islanding phenomenon. Anti-islanding is an essential feature of every live grid connected solar PV inverter to prevent it islanding during a grid failure. This paper discusses the details of implementation and test results obtained from anti-islanding tests conducted on three phase grid connected 20 kWp solar photovoltaic power system in a reputed manufacturing industry in India. © 2015 IEEE.
Mikus R.,Slovak University of Agriculture |
Szabo V.,Slovak University of Agriculture |
Drlicka R.,Slovak University of Agriculture |
Bakajova J.,Welding Research Institute
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2014
The paper deals with the hardness, chemical composition (using spectrometer) and microstructure (using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy with EDX spot analysis) of the weld deposit based on Fe-Cr-Ni used for renovation of the functional surface of wheel for mineral wool spinning and with impacts of operational processes onto these characteristics. Deposit samples were analysed after service wear having an abrasive-erosive-thermal character. Analysis results were compared to a deposit sample with no wear. Based on results of weld deposit microstructure analysis, duplex ferrite-austenitic structure with ferrite matrix and austenite precipitation in various morphologies was found in the all cases. No substantial hardness changes caused by operational processes were found by comparing the analyses results. Increased melt temperature was the most important process parameter affecting the chemical and phase composition of the examined material, inducing the precipitation of new phase with a high Cr content. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
Mohan Kumar J.,Manipal Center for Information Science |
Venkateswaran P.R.,Welding Research Institute |
Gopalakrishna Kini N.,Manipal University India |
Sundaresan C.,Manipal Center for Information Science
Sensors and Transducers | Year: 2012
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are being used for a large number of location-dependent applications, where the measurement data is meaningless without accurate location of its origin. In many of these applications, where coarse accuracy is sufficient, range free localization techniques are being pursued as low cost alternative to the range based localization techniques. In this paper, we present range free Circle intersection combined with fuzzy weighted centroid method for localization. It's an effective soft computing and geometric algorithm for localization. Result of implementation show that this algorithm can be a better substitution for current methods because of lower expense and simple implementation. In these proposed techniques, we consider the edge weight of each anchor node separately and combine them to compute the location of sensor nodes. The edge weights are modeled by the fuzzy logic systems. The simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of proposed schemes. © 2012 IFSA.