interpass temperature

interpass temperature

[′in·tər‚pas ‚tem·prə·chər]
(metallurgy)
In a multiple-pass weld, the lowest temperature of the deposited weld metal before the next run is started.
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Although deformation increased, the high reheating interpass temperature resulted in the easy mobility of the high angle grain boundaries of the recrystallized grains, and the grain growth was rapid according to the Arrhenius relationship.
To produce the optimum mechanical properties and corrosion resistance, heat input and interpass temperature should be carefully controlled.
1/16-1/8 Preheat Temperature, [degrees]F 200-600 Interpass Temperature, [degrees]F 150 (a) 100 amps per 0.10-inch of material thickness Table 2.
Preheating and interpass temperatures were strictly controlled in the range of 100[degrees]C~150[degrees]C.
Remember that preheating, interpass temperatures, cooling rate, and post heat treatment are critical to all forms of wearsurfacing, including PTA.