Welding positions: Weld Slope and Rotation

Welding Positions, Weld Slope and Rotation Topic covered What Is a Welding Position?What are the 4 welding positions?What is 1F 2F 3F 4F welding?What do 1G 2G 3G and 4G mean in…

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Weld: introduction, properties, and its functions

Weld refers to joining pieces of metal together by heating them, with or without pressing. Definition  A weld is defined as a union of metals by welding, due to heat, and or…

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Weldability-Basic Concept, Definition, and Characteristics

Weldability The welding ability or Weldability is considered as the ability of a material to be welded under the suitably designed conditions of construction imposed in specific to perform satisfactorily in structure…

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Explosive welding-History, Definition, and principle

Explosive welding belongs to the solid phase (state) welding process in which coalescence is affected by high-velocity agitation produced by a controlled explosion. History of explosive welding The origin of the explosive…

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Forge Welding

History of Forge Welding Forge welding is by far the most ancient known welding method, which has been practised for centuries. It is believed that it started with the discovery of metals…

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Consumables consumption in welding operations

Consumables Calculating the consumption of consumables in welding operations is an essential step to estimate the cost of the project. The category of consumables includes electrodes, filler wires, shielding gases, flux, etc.…

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