Oatey is Now Member of EWI

By Linda Holmes on Thursday, July 21st, 2016 in Arc Welding, Corporate Blog, Heavy Industry. No Comments

We’re pleased to welcome Oatey Company as a new EWI member. Oatey has been manufacturing products for the plumbing industry since 1916. Products include solvent cements, washing machine outlet boxes, drains, and much more for both residential and consumer applications. Oatey is headquartered in Cleveland, with manufacturing and distribution facilities worldwide.

Candidate Friction Welding Methods for Joining Aluminum to Steel — New Article

By Rebecca Gurk on Monday, June 27th, 2016 in Automotive, Corporate Blog, Friction Process, Heavy Industry, Materials Engineering. No Comments

The joining aluminum and steel is encumbered by a range of metallurgical challenges including coefficient of thermal expansion and melting point differences, as well as the formation of deleterious intermetallics. Friction welding has demonstrated the capability to mitigate many of these challenges. When properly managed, friction welding facilitates …

New EWI Member — Ingersoll Rand

By Beth Sharb on Friday, June 24th, 2016 in Consumer Goods, Corporate Blog, Energy, Heavy Industry. No Comments

EWI welcomes Ingersoll Rand to membership. The corporation is committed to meeting the world’s growing critical need for clean air, safe and fresh food, and sustainable business practices. Brands in the Ingersoll Rand family include Club Car, Thermo King, and Trane, all of which work together to create sustainable solutions. FORTUNE Magazine named Ingersoll Rand amongRead more

EWI Adds Metrology Technician to Support Materials & Testing Technology Focus Area

By Rebecca Gurk on Monday, June 20th, 2016 in Corporate Blog, Featured, Materials Engineering, NDE, Structural Integrity. No Comments

EWI is growing its team at Buffalo Manufacturing Works with the addition of Daniel Kmiotek. Kmiotek will support the organization’s materials & testing technology focus area as a metrology technician. Buffalo Manufacturing Works is committed to helping manufacturers grow and compete with access to the world’s best engineers, technicians and scientists. Kmiotek comes to theRead more

The Great Minds of Carbon Equivalent – Part III

By Wesley Wang on Friday, June 17th, 2016 in Corporate Blog, Materials Engineering, Modeling Simulation, Structural Integrity. No Comments

In welding, carbon equivalent (CE) calculations are used to predict heat affected zone (HAZ) hardenability in steels. These CE equations can be used to establish criteria to predict cold-cracking,

as can calculations to predict maximum hardness. Dearden and O’Neill believed that the following critical hardness guidelines could be used to judge the cold-cracking tendency of steels …