weldability


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weldability

[‚wel·də′bil·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
Suitability of a metal to be welded under specified conditions.
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However, the poor weldability of these alloys resulted in many nozzles being scrapped or stored until superior repair processes were developed.
BEIJING -- As the demand for lightweight vehicles expands, aluminum has become the best alternative material for automobile construction due to its good mechanical property, processability, corrosion-resistance and weldability.
This product is manufactured using thermomechanical rolling and is characterized with good weldability, crack resistance and high moldability.
However, joining of dissimilar materials by conventional fusion welding is difficult because of poor weldability arising from different chemical, mechanical, thermal properties of welded materials and formation of hard and brittle intermetallic compounds (IMC) in large scale at weld interface.
This material was chosen primarily for its transparency, weatherability, weldability, and light weight, allowing for interesting design options.
Steel S355J0 is structural steel for welding constructions with guaranteed weldability.
Moody and Adams said the welders responded positively to the new electrode and saw no issues with its weldability.
Low carbon steel alloys are used in this type of application due to its good strength properties and good weldability, which allows the plant to correct imperfections to the castings before heat treatment.
Specific topics include materials and design for advanced high temperature steam turbines, microstructure characterization of advanced boiler materials for ultrasupercritical coal power plants, high temperature behavior of similar and dissimilar weldments, and weldability of materials for ultrasupercritical boiler applications.
MoldMax's Improved A-1 finish, 20 to 40 HRC, texturing/coatings, and weldability are standard for qualified mold materials.
In this correlation, five out of six semicrystalline plastics showed reduced weldability in near-field welding, and six out of eight amorphous plastics showed good weldability.
In this solution, a new tooth tip made of high wear-resistant steel with good weldability is welded to the remaining part of the cast tooth.