complete fusion

complete fusion

[kəm′plēt ′fyü·zhən]
(metallurgy)
Fusion which has occurred over all surfaces of the base metal exposed for welding.

complete fusion

In welding, fusion that has occurred over the entire base-metal surfaces exposed for welding and between all layers and passes.
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To find the nenecessary triggers for fusion I will reconstitute the complete fusion system and thereby reveal the spatio-temporal changes that catalyse the fusion process.
This consisted of: complete wet plant design support, engineering, installation and sales; five pumping systems with a support structure for each system; approximately 8,000 linear feet of HDPE pipe ranging from two- to 18-inches; complete fusion and installation services; slurry system measuring components; and a commissioning of the system.
The City of Oviedo's complete Fusion ioControl experience is documented from testing to implementation in a new case study available online: http://www.
AutoStar's Fusion Ignite dealer management system combines several components of the complete Fusion software suite and provides the fundamental elements needed to manage a Buy Here Pay Here dealership, including the ability to set-up deals and then optimize them for maximum profitability, print forms, calculate taxes, assess late fees, print receipts, flag vehicles for repossession, view reports, and more.
Minimums for wood aging have been increased from 24 months to 30 months, for complete fusion of fruit and tannins.
AS generally strikes patients in their teens, 20s or 30s and can cause a complete fusion of the spine, leaving patients unable to straighten and bend.
Plastinum's proprietary polymer processing technology, Blendymer, uniquely enables complete fusion, through mechano-chemical processing, of previously incompatible polymers.
Computed tomography (CT) with 3-D reconstruction revealed a complete fusion of the maxilla and mandible on the right and a partial fusion on the left (figure 1).
Past calls for a merger have been made without specifying the necessary details, but the basic approach was a complete fusion of the Bretton Woods institutions under a new Articles of Agreement.
As Patrick Collinson points out in "John Foxe and National Consciousness," while "[t]here are few instances in English literary history of a more complete fusion of author and text," in reality the book represents "a rather extreme example of an authorial, and authoritative stamp being placed on what was actually a highly collaborative literary venture" (16-17).
Our alliance with TEAM provides our clients with a broad knowledge of implementation best practices that now cover the complete Fusion Middleware Suite as well as Oracle Applications" says Tarek Fadel, Fadel's founder and CEO.
It is described as being a complete fusion system consisting of S.