butt weld


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butt weld

[′bət ‚weld]
(metallurgy)
A weld that joins the ends of two pieces of metal of similar cross section without overlapping.

butt joint

welded butt joint
butt joint formed by two boards
1. A plain, square joint between two members, where the contact surfaces are cut at right angles to the faces of the pieces; the two pieces are fitted squarely against each other rather than lapped; Also see oblique butt joint.
2.
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This systematic study examined the cause of severe cracking of SS304L/SA210 composite waterwall tubes at primary air ports, membrane bar wastage, and cracking of butt welds located between the bottom of the primary air ports and the floor in the recovery boiler at the Irving Pulp & Paper's Saint John mill.
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