Articles - Steel Structures

Steel Structures

2020

  1. Björk T, Ahola A & Skriko T
    On the distortion and warping of cantilever beams with hollow section (in press). – Welding in the World, doi:10.1007/s40194-020-00911-5.
  2. Mettänen H, Nykänen T, Skriko T, Ahola A & Björk T
    Fatigue strength assessment of TIG-dressed ultra-high-strength steel fillet weld joints using the 4R method (accepted for publication, in press). – International Journal Fatigue.
  3. Neuvonen R, Skriko T & Björk T Use of quasi-static Johnson-Cook model in the failure assessment of tensile specimens with metallurgical constraints. – European Journal of Mechanics - A/Solids 82, 104011; doi:j.euromechsol.2020.104011.

2019

  1. Afkhami S, Dabiri M, Habib Alavi S, Björk T & Salminen A Fatigue characteristics of steels manufactured by selective laser melting. – International Journal of Fatigue 122, 72–83; doi: 10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2018.12.029.
  2. Afkhami S, Björk T & Larkiola J Weldability of cold-formed high strength and ultra-high strength steels. – Journal Constructional Steel Research 158, 86–98; doi:10.1016/j.jcsr.2019.03.017.
  3. Ahola A, Skriko T & Björk T Fatigue strength assessment of ultra-high-strength fillet weld joints using 4R method (in press). – Journal Constructional Steel Research, 105861; doi:10.1016/j.jcsr.2019.105861.
  4. Ahola A, Björk T & Barsoum Z Fatigue strength capacity of load-carrying fillet welds on ultra-high-strength steel plates subjected to out-of-plane bending. – Engineering Structures 196, 109282; doi:10.1016/j.engstruct.2019.109282.
  5. Amraei M, Ahola A, Afkhami S, Heidarpour A, Björk T & Zhao X-L Effects of heat input on the mechanical properties of butt-welded high and ultra-high strength steels. – Engineering Structures 198, 109460; doi:10.1016/j.engstruct.2019.109460.
  6. Amraei M, Zong L, Ahola A & Björk T Bonded CFRP to high strength steels. – Journal of Structural Mechanics 52(4), 222–235; doi: 10.23998/rm.76267.
  7. Amraei M, Zhao X-L, Björk T & Heidarpour A Bond characteristics between high / ultra-high strength steel and ultra-high modulus CFRP laminates. – Engineering Structures 205, 110094; doi:10.1016/j.engstruct.2019.110094.
  8. Björk T, Ahola A & Tuominen N Distortional buckling of X-joints made of square hollow cross section beams: Theoretical energy-based model. – Steel Construction 12, 55–63; doi:10.1002/stco.201800002.
  9. Yanchukovich A, Ahola A & Björk T Cycle counting of the peak-valley filtered multiaxial loading history using Wang–Brown method (in Finnish). – Journal of Structural Mechanics 52(2), 61–76 ; doi:10.23998/rm.75618

2018

  1. Björk T, Mettänen H, Ahola A, Lindgren M & Terva J
    Fatigue strength assessment of duplex and super-duplex stainless steels by 4R method. – Welding in the World 62, 1285–1300; doi:10.1007/s40194-018-0657-8.
  2. Björk T, Ahola A & Tuominen N
    On the design of fillet welds made of ultra-high strength steel. – Welding in the World 62, 985–995; doi:10.1007/s40194-018-0624-4.
  3. Dabiri M, Lindroos M, Andersson T, Afkhami S, Laukkanen A & Björk T
    Utilizing the theory of critical distances in conjunction with crystal plasticity for low-cycle notch fatigue analysis of S960 MC high-strength steel. – International Journal of Fatigue 117, 257–273; doi:10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2018.07.042.
  4. Dabiri M, Ghafouri M, Rohani Raftar H & Björk T
    Evaluation of strain – life fatigue curve estimation methods and their application to a direct-quenched high-strength steel. – Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 27, 1058–1072; doi:10.1007/s11665-018-3215-z.
  5. Hämäläinen O-P, Halme T & Björk T
    Local buckling of welded box Beams Made of Ultrahigh-Strength Steels. – Journal of Structural Engineering 144(7); doi:10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0002049.
  6. Peippo J, Björk T & Nykänen T
    A novel method for fatigue assessment of steel plates with thermally cut edges. – Welding in the World 62, 105–115; doi:10.1007/s40194-017-0529-7.

2017

  1. Ahola A, Nykänen T & Björk T
    Effect of loading type on the fatigue strength of asymmetric and symmetric transverse non-load carrying attachments. – Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures 40(5), 670–682; doi:10.1111/ffe.12531.
  2. Björk T, Nykänen T & Valkonen I
    On the critical plane of axially loaded plate structures made of ultra-high strength steel. – Welding in the World 61, 139–150; doi:10.1007/s40194-016-0387-8.
  3. Dabiri M, Ghafouri M, Rohani Raftar H & Björk T
    Neural network-based assessment of the stress concentration factor in a T-welded joint. – Journal of Constructional Steel Research 128, 567–578; doi:10.1016/j.jcsr.2016.09.024.
  4. Dabiri M, Ghafouri M, Rohani Raftar H & Björk T
    Utilizing artificial neural networks for stress concentration factor calculation in butt welds. – Journal of Constructional Steel Research 138, 488–498; doi:10.1016/j.jcsr.2017.08.009.
  5. Nykänen T, Mettänen H, Björk T & Ahola A
    Fatigue assessment of welded joints under variable amplitude loading using a novel notch stress approach. – International Journal of Fatigue 101, 177–191; doi:10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2016.12.031.
  6. Skriko T, Ghafouri M & Björk T
    Fatigue strength of TIG-dressed ultra-high-strength steel fillet weld joints at high stress ratio. – International Journal of Fatigue 94, 110–120; doi:10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2016.09.018.

2016

  1. Amraei M, Dabiri M, Björk T & Skriko T
    Effects of workshop fabrication processes on the deformation capacity of S960 ultra-high strength steel. – Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering 138(12), 121007; doi:10.1115/1.4033930.
  2. Amraei M, Skriko T, Björk T & Zhao X-L
    Plastic strain characteristics of butt-welded ultra-high strength steel (UHSS). – Thin-Walled Structures 109, 227–241; doi:10.1016/j.tws.2016.09.024.
  3. Björk T, Ahola A & Nykänen T
    Punching shear capacity of T-joint made of high-strength steel. – Welding in the World 60, 315–326; doi:10.1007/s40194-015-0292-6.
  4. Dabiri M, Isakov M, Skriko T & Björk T
    Experimental fatigue characterization and elasto-plastic finite element analysis of notched specimens made of direct-quenched ultra-high-strength steel. – Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 231, pp. 4209–4226; doi:10.1177/0954406216661210.
  5. Dabiri M, Skriko T, Amraei M & Björk T
    Effect of side grooves on plane stress fracture behavior of compact tension specimens made of ultra-high strength steel. – Key Engineering Materials 713, 159–162.
  6. Laitinen R, Skriko T & Björk T
    Effect of the welding process and filler material on the fatigue behavior of 960 MPa structural steel at a butt joint configuration. – Journal of Laser Applications 28, 022413; doi:10.2351/1.4943993.
  7. Neuvonen R, Björk T & Skriko T
    Material models for armor steels (in Finnish). – Journal of Structural Mechanics 49:220–236.
  8. Nykänen T & Björk T
    A new proposal for assessment of the fatigue strength of steel butt-welded joints improved by peening (HFMI) under constant amplitude tensile loading. – Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures 39, 566–582; doi: 10.1111/ffe.12377.
  9. Nykänen T, Mettänen H, Ahola A & Björk T
    Use of 3R method for the fatigue assessment of welded joints under variable amplitude loading (in Finnish). – Journal of Structural Mechanics 49, 176–201.

2015

  1. Dabiri M, Laukkanen A & Björk T
    Fatigue microcrack nucleation modeling: A survey of the state of the art. – International Review of Mechanical Engineering 9(4), 368–376. doi:10.15866/ireme.v9i4.6231.
  2. Nykänen T & Björk T
    Assessment of fatigue strength of steel butt-welded joints in as-welded condition – Alternative approaches for curve fitting and mean stress effect analysis. – Marine Structures 44, 288–310; doi: 10.1016/j.marstruc.2015.09.005.
  3. Hämäläinen O-P & Björk T
    Fretting fatigue phenomenon in bolted high-strength steel plate connections. – Steel Construction 8, 174–178; doi: 10.1002/stco.201510021.

2014

  1. Björk T, Penttilä T & Nykänen T
    Rotation capacity of fillet weld joints made of high-strength steel. – Welding in World 58, 853–863; doi:10.1007/s40194-014-0164-5.
  2. Björk T, Valkonen I, Kömi J & Indren H
    Capacity of a welded structure of direct-quenched ultra-high-strength structural steels. – SAE Technical Papers, 36-0031; doi:10.4271/2014-36-0031.
  3. Nykänen T, Björk T, Mettänen H, Ilyin A V & Koskimäki M
    Residual strength at -40°C of a pre-cracked cold-formed rectangular hollow section made of ultra-high-strength steel – An engineering approach. – Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures 37, 325–334; doi:10.1111/ffe.12117.
  4. Ritakallio P & Björk T
    Low-temperature ductility and structural behaviour of cold-formed hollow section structures – progress during the past two decades. – Steel Construction 7, 107–115; doi:10.1002/stco.201410024.
  5. Skriko T, Björk T & Nykänen T
    Effects of weaving technique on the fatigue strength of transverse loaded fillet welds made of ultra-high-strength steel. – Welding in the World 58, 377–387; doi:10.1007/s40194-014-0123-1.

2013

  1. Nykänen T, Björk T & Laitinen R
    Fatigue strength prediction of ultra high strength steel butt-welded joints. – Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures 36, 469–482; doi:10.1111/ffe.12015.
  2. Rantalainen T, Mikkola A & Björk T
    Sub-modeling approach for obtaining structural stress histories during dynamic analysis. – Mechanical Sciences 4, 21–31; doi:10.5194/ms-4-21-2013.

2012

  1. Björk T, Toivonen J & Nykänen T
    Capacity of fillet welded joints made of ultra high-strength steel. – Welding in the World 56, 71–84; doi:10.1007/BF03321337.

2011

  1. Yu J, Marquis G, Björk T
    Development of data sheets for statistical evaluation of fatigue data. – Journal of Iron and Steel Research International 18(5), 70-78; doi:10.1016/S1006-706X(11)60068-X.

2009

  1. Nykänen T, Marquis G & Björk T
    A simplified fatigue assessment method for high quality welded cruciform joints. – International Journal of Fatigue 31, 79–87; doi:10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2008.02.016
  2. Oinonen, A, Tanskanen, P, Björk T & Marquis G
    Pattern optimization of eccentrically loaded multi-fastener joints. – Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 40, 597-609; doi:10.1007/s00158-009-0392-2.

2008

  1. Björk T, Heinilä S & Marquis G
    Assessment of subzero fracture of welded tubular K-joint. – Journal of Structural Engineering 134(2); doi:10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9445(2008)134:2(181).
  2. Björk T, Samuelsson J & Marquis G
    The need for a weld quality system for fatigue loaded structures. – Welding in the World 52(1-2), 34-46; doi:10.1007/BF03266615.
  3. Heinilä S, Björk, T & Marquis, G
    The influence of residual stresses on the fatigue strength of cold-formed structural tubes. – Journal of ASTM International 5(5), 1-11; doi:10.1520/JAI101570.

2007

  1. Heinilä S, Marquis G & Björk T
    Observations on fatigue crack paths in the corners of cold-formed high-strength steel tubes. – Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75(3-4), 833-844; doi:j.engfracmech.2007.01.010.
  2. Nykänen T, Marquis G & Björk T
    Fatigue analysis of non-load-carrying fillet welded cruciform joints. – Engineering Fracture Mechanics 74, 399–415; doi:10.1016/j.engfracmech.2006.05.017.

2006

  1. . Björk T, Marquis G, Pellikka V & Ilvonen R
    An experimental and numerical study of the fracture strength of welded structural hollow section X-joints. – Journal of ASTM International 3(6), 1-14; doi:10.1520/JAI13183.

 

Welding Technology & Laser Processing

 

2020

  1. Kesse M., Buah E, Handroos H & Ayetor G
    Development of an artificial intelligence powered TIG welding algorithm for the prediction of bead geometry for TIG welding processes using hybrid deep learning. – Metals 10(4), 451, 1–14.

2019

  1. Penttilä S, Kah P, Ratava J & Eskelinen H
    Artificial neural network controlled GMAW system: Penetration and quality assurance in a multi-pass butt weld application. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 105(7-8), 3369–3385.
  2. Bayock F, Kah P, Mvola B & Layus P
    Effect of heat input and undermatched filler wire on the microstructure and mechanical properties of dissimilar S700MC/S960QC high-strength steels. – Metals 9(8), 883, 1–20.
  3. Bayock F, Kah P, Mvola B & Layus P
    Experimental review of thermal analysis of dissimilar welds of high-strength steel. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 58(1), 38–49.
  4. Karhu M, Kujanpää V, Eskelinen H & Salminen A
    Filler metal mixing behaviour of 10 mm thick stainless steel butt-joint welds produced with laser-arc hybrid and laser cold-wire processes. – Applied sciences 9(8), 1–21.
  5. Bayock F, Kah P, Layus P & Karkhin V
    Numerical and experimental investigation of the heat input effect on the mechanical properties and microstructure of dissimilar weld joints of 690-MPa QT and TMCP steel. – Metals 9(3), 1–19.

2018

  1. Gyasi E, Kah P, Handroos H, Layus P & Lin S
    Adaptive welding of S960QC UHSS for Arctic structural applications. – International Review of Mechanical Engineering 12(4), 371–381.
  2. Vimalraj C, Kah P, Layus P, Mvola B & Parshin S
    High-strength steel S960QC welded with rare earth nanoparticle coated filler wire. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 102(1-4), 105–119.
  3. Ratava J, Penttilä S, Lohtander M & Kah P
    Optical measurement of groove geometry. – Procedia Manufacturing 25, 111–117.
  4. Mvola B, Kah P & Layus P
    Review of current waveform control effects on weld geometry in gas metal arc welding process. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 96(9-12), 4243–4265.
  5. Layus P, Kah P, Khlusova E & Orlov V
    Study of the sensitivity of high-strength cold-resistant shipbuilding steels to thermal cycle of arc welding. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 13(3), 1–9.


2017

  1. Toivanen J, Eskelinen H, Kah P, Martikainen J & Heilmann P
    A new approach to manage welding quality in supply chain networks: A supplier network complaints perspective. – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 5(2), 95–106.
  2. Tasalloti H, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Effect of heat input on dissimilar welds of ultra high strength steel and duplex stainless steel: Microstructural and compositional analysis. – Materials Characterization 123, 29–41.
  3. Sohail M, Karhu M, Na S-J, Han S-W & Kujanpää V
    Effect of leading and trailing torch configuration on mixing and fluid behavior of laser-gas metal arc hybrid welding. – Journal of Laser Applications 29(4), 1–14.
  4.  Vimalraj C, Kah P, Mvola B & Layus P
    Improvement of laser-cladded surfaces with added nanomaterials. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 51(1), 1–15.
  5.  Gyasi E, Kah P, Wu H & Kesse M
    Modeling of an artificial intelligence system to predict structural integrity in robotic GMAW of UHSS fillet welded joints. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 93(1-4), 1139–1155.

2016

  1. Mvola B
    Adaptive gas metal arc welding control and optimization of welding parameters output: Influence on welded joints. – International Review of Mechanical Engineering 10(2), 67–72.
  2. Tasalloti H, Eskelinen H, Kah P & Martikainen J
    An integrated DFMA–PDM model for the design and analysis of challenging similar and dissimilar welds. – Materials and Design 89, 421–431.
  3. Toivanen J, Eskelinen H, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Connection between the number of complaints about welding suppliers and end product quality: The case of customized welding production. – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 4(2), 43–49.
  4. Mvola B, Kah P, Martikainen J & Suoranta R
    Dissimilar high-strength steels: fusion welded joints, mismatches, and challenges. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 44(2), 146–159.
  5. Mvola B, Kah P, Martikainen J & Suoranta R
    Dissimilar welded joints operating in sub-zero temperature environment. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 87(9), 3619–3635.
  6. Vimalraj C, Kah P, Mvola B & Martikainen J
    Effect of nanomaterial addition using GMAW and GTAW processes. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 44(4), 370–382.
  7. Mvola B & Kah P
    Effects of shielding gas control: welded joint properties in GMAW process optimization. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 88(9-12), 2369–2387.
  8. Layus P, Kah P, Ryabov V & Martikainen J
    Evaluation of applicability of thick E500 TMCP and F500W QT steel plates for Arctic service. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 11(4), 1–15.
  9. Karhu M, Kujanpää V, Romu J & Sarikka T
    Metallurgical response of weld metal to different filler metal and joint design combinations of laser-arc hybrid welded lean duplex and novel ferritic stainless steels. – Journal of Laser Applications 28(2), 465–474.
  10. Layus P, Kah P, Zisman A, Pirinen M & Golosienko S
    Recrystallization-based formation of uniform fine-grained austenite structure before polymorphic transition in high-strength steels for Arctic applications. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 11(2), 1–7.

2015

  1. Yang X, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Analysis of Chinese welding industries today and in the future (Focus on cost, productivity, and quality). – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 3(6), 127–133.
  2. Pirinen M, Martikainen J, Ivanov S & Karhin V
    Comparative analysis of the microstructure of the heat-affected zone metal in welding of high-strength steels. – Welding International 29(4), 301–305.
  3. Yang X, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Development research of a new welding manufacturing quality control and management system (Case: China). – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 3(6), 120–126.
  4. Pirinen M, Martikainen J, Layus P, Karhin V & Ivanov S
    Effect of heat input on the mechanical properties of welded joints in high-strength steels. – Welding International 30(2), 129–132.
  5. Toivanen J, Martikainen J & Heilmann P
    From supply chain to welding network: A framework of the prospects of networks in welding. – Mechanika 21(2), 154–160.
  6. Atta-Agyemang S, Kesse M, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Improvement of strength and toughness: The effect on the weldability of high-strength steels used in offshore structures. – Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 231(3), 369–376.
  7. Yang X, Kah P & Ming S
    Improvement research on quality management systems and executive ability effect in the Chinese welding industry. – International Review of Mechanical Engineering 9(4), 423–428.
  8. Pirinen M, Martikainen J, Layus P, Karhin V & Ivanov S
    Influence of the linear energy on the welding joint mechanical characteristic from high-strength steels (Влияние погонной энергии на механические свойства сварных соединений из высокопрочных сталей). – Svarochnoe proizvodstvo (Сварочное производство) 2, 14–17.
  9. Omajene J, Kah P, Wu H, Martikainen J & Izelu C
    Intelligent control mechanism for underwater wet welding. – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 3(4), 50–56.
  10. Levesy B, Cordier J, Jokinen T, Kujanpää V, Karhu M, Le Barbier R, Määttä T, Martins J & Utin Y
    ITER lip seal welding and cutting developments. – Fusion Engineering and Design 98-99, 1528–1531.
  11. Tasalloti H, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Laser overlap welding of Zn-coated steel on aluminium alloy for patchwork blank applications in the automotive industry. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 40(3), 295–302.
  12. Karkhin V, Khomich P, Ivanov S & Martikainen
    Prediction of microstructure and mechanical properties of HAZ in laser-arc welding of steels (Расчетная оценка микроструктуры и механических свойств зоны термического влияния при лазерно-дуговой сварке стали). – Svarka i diagnostika (Сварка и диагностика) 3, 9–12.
  13. Toivanen J, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Quality requirements and conformity of welded products in the manufacturing chain in welding network. – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 3(6), 109–119.
  14. Kah P, Shrestha M, Hiltunen E & Martikainen J
    Robotic arc welding sensors and programming in industrial applications. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 10(13), 1–16.
  15. Mvola B, Kah P, Martikainen J & Suoranta R
    State-of-the-art of advanced gas metal arc welding processes: Dissimilar metal welding. – Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 229(10), 1694–1710.
  16. Pirinen M, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Use of new high-strength steels in Arctic shipbuilding industry. – Voprosy materialovedeniâ (Вопросы материаловедения) 1, 158–165.

2014

  1. Mvola B, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Dissimilar ferrous metal welding using advanced gas metal arc welding processes. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 38(2), 125–137.
  2. Mvola B, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Dissimilar ferrous-nonferrous metal welding. – WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences 87, 247–255.
  3. Omajene J, Martikainen J & Kah P
    Effect of welding parameters on weld bead shape for welds done underwater. – International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications 2(6), 128–134.
  4. Omajene J, Martikainen J, Kah P & Pirinen M
    Fundamental difficulties associated with underwater wet welding. – International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications 4(6), 26–31.
  5. Nasiri M, Behzadinejad M, Latifi H & Martikainen J
    Investigation on the influence of various welding parameters on the arc thermal efficiency of the GTAW process by calorimetric method. – Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology Engineering 28(8), 3255–3261.
  6. Layus P, Kah P, Martikainen J, Gezha V & Bishokov R
    Multi-wire SAW of 640 MPa Arctic shipbuilding steel plates. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 75(5-8), 771–782.
  7. Omajene J, Martikainen J, Wu H & Kah P
    Optimization of underwater wet welding process parameters using neural network. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 9(26), 1–8.
  8. Kah P, Mvola B, Martikainen J & Suoranta R
    Real time non-destructive testing methods of welding. – Advanced Materials Research 933, 109–116.
  9. Kah P, Layus P, Hiltunen E & Martikainen J
    Real-time weld process monitoring. – Advanced Materials Research 933, 117–124.
  10. Kah P, Suoranta R, Martikainen J & Magnus C
    Techniques for joining dissimilar materials: metals and polymers. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 36, 152–164.
  11. Kah P, Shrestha M & Martikainen J
    Trends in joining dissimilar metals by welding. – Applied Mechanics and Materials 440, 269–276.
  12. Kah P, Latifi H, Suoranta R, Martikainen J & Pirinen M
    Usability of arc types in industrial welding. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 9(15), 1–12.
  13. Omajene J, Martikainen J & Kah P
    Weldability of thermo-mechanically rolled steels used in oil and gas offshore structures. – The International Journal Of Engineering And Science 3(5), 62–69.
  14. Gyasi E, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Welding management as a tool for innovative, competitive and sustainable manufacturing: Case study – West Africa. – International Journal of Development and Sustainability 3(8), 1782–1793.
  15. Mvola B, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Welding of dissimilar non-ferrous metals by GMAW processes. – International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering 9(1), 1–11.
  16. Kah P, Pirinen M, Suoranta R & Martikainen J
    Welding of ultra high strength steels. – Advanced Materials Research 849, 357–365.

2013

  1. Kah P, Suoranta R & Martikainen J
    Advanced gas metal arc welding processes. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 67(1-4), 655–674.
  2. Mvola B, Kah P, Martikainen J & Hiltunen E
    Applications and benefits of adaptive pulsed GMAW. – Mechanika 19(6), 694–701.
  3. Moradkhani A, Baharvandi H, Tajdari M, Latifi H & Martikainen J
    Determination of fracture toughness using the area of micro-crack tracks left in brittle materials by Vickers indentation. – Journal of Advanced Ceramics 2(1), 87–102.
  4. Tasalloti H, Kah P & Martikainen J
    Effects of welding wire and torch weaving on GMAW of S355MC and AISI 304L dissimilar welds. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 71(1-4), 197–205.
  5. Kah P & Martikainen J
    Influence of shielding gases in the welding of metals. – International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 64(9-12), 1411–1421.
  6. Kah P, Mvola B, Suoranta R & Martikainen J
    Modified GMAW processes: Control of heat input. – Advanced Science Letters 19(3), 710–719.
  7. Kah P, Lu J, Martikainen J & Suoranta R
    Remote laser welding with high power fiber lasers. – Engineering 5, 700–706.

2012

  1. Kah P & Martikainen J
    Current trends in welding processes and materials: Improve in effectiveness. – Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 30(2), 189–200.

2011

  1. Kah P, Salminen A & Martikainen J
    Influence of parameters on penetration, speed and bridging in laser hybrid welding. – Mechanika 17(3), 324–333.
  2. Kah P, Salminen A & Martikainen J
    The analysis of shielding gases in laser-arc hybrid welding processes. – Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 225(7), 1073–1082.

2010

  1. Kah P, Salminen A & Martikainen J
    Different laser-arc hybrid welding processes (Review). – Paton Welding Journal 6, 32–40.
  2. Kah P, Salminen A & Martikainen J
    The effect of the relative location of laser beam with arc in different hybrid welding processes. – Mechanika 83(3), 68–74.

2009

  1. Kah P, Martikainen J, Jernström P & Uusitalo J
    Influence of joint geometry and fit-up gaps on quality of corner joints in new modified short arc GMAW. – Paton Welding Journal 5, 27–33.

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