Taguchi Method for Tensile Strength with Material Specification in TIG Welding

Authors

  • Bharat V.P.S. RAWAT G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Dr. RS Jadoun G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology

Keywords:

hardness, Welding Taguchi Technique, TuTungsten Inert Gas Welding

Abstract

This study's main criteria concern the tensile strength of stainless-steel duplex (grade IS 5986; ISH360S) when it is welded
with gas tungsten gas utilizing the Taguchi technique and analysis of variance. The Taguchi approach of orthogonal L27 design
experiment is used to clarify the issue that arises during the welding process and to reduce the mistake that arises in the neural
network for the prediction of output. An optimization method called back-propagation algorithm employs a neural network as
a statistical prediction model. The statistical method of analysis of variance (ANOVA) is used to establish the optimal
component level for confirmation tests that will verify the ideal design parameters. It serves as a decision-making tool for
locating process parameter variance. This study aims to improve the tensile strength, hardness, and depth of the weld by
altering the parameters of current, time, speed, change of oxide fluxes, electrode diameter, and gas flow rate. The most
important factor affecting ATIGW is welding current, which has been demonstrated using ANOVA to improve UTS. It is
found that the welding current affects impact strength, and that impact strength increases as welding speed lowers.

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Published

2022-09-30

How to Cite

Bharat V.P.S. RAWAT, & Dr. RS Jadoun. (2022). Taguchi Method for Tensile Strength with Material Specification in TIG Welding. ICIDR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH, 1(3). Retrieved from http://icidr.com/Journal/index.php/2/article/view/36