as-welded

as-welded

[‚az′weld·əd]
(metallurgy)
The condition of a weldment prior to any additional thermal, chemical, or mechanical treatment.
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Esab's new Dual Shield II consumable offers mechanical properties in the as-welded and after PWHT conditions and meets ANSI/NACE MR0175/ISO 15156-1.
As-welded and weld repair conditions were tested on the Tinius Olsen machine at room temperature.
Microstructural and crystallographic information on the as-welded and fractured surfaces of vibration welds of polymer blends has not been reported for a wide range of blend systems.
The Shelby plant is a worldwide supplier of high-quality Drawn-Over-Mandrel (DOM), As-Welded Mechanical, Cold Drawn and Hot Finished Seamless steel tubing products.
In order to study the efficiency of stress relief, scientists from the NIST Center for Neutron Research and a private company have investigated by means of neutron diffraction the residual stress distribution both in the as-welded state and after a heat treatment.
Keep in mind that the base metal's strength has little effect on the as-welded fatigue strength.
1% decrease in average net sales price per ton, reflecting an increasing volume of lower priced as-welded mechanical tube products in the sales mix.
The plant manufactures as-welded mechanical steel tubing, primarily for the automotive industry, and its transfer is expected to provide operating synergies with the group's other mechanical tubing operations in Shelby and Piqua, Ohio.
Excluding Fintube, specialty tubing revenues were up 8% and 29% from the fourth and first quarters of 1999, respectively, due to higher shipment volumes of precision mechanical tubulars and new heavy wall as-welded tubulars.
marketplace for as-welded mechanical tubing and to assess the impact of captive tubing operations," says Timothy F.
manufactured products, and as-welded mechanical tubing.
Mechanical Group: As-welded mechanical, drawn-over-mandrel (DOM), seamless and stainless steel tubing.