weld metal


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weld metal

[′weld ‚med·əl]
(metallurgy)
The metal constituting the fused zone in spot, seam, or projection welding.

weld metal

The part of a weld that has been melted during welding.
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At higher spot power for welding of the "C" alloy, in weld metal many carbides are precipitated and also only fine cracks, generated through welding, up to 40[micro]m may be met, only at one part of the sample (figure 3b).
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internal testing of weld metal mechanical properties and X-ray soundness determined that the electrodes fell within the acceptance range and that they were certified to American Welding Society (AWS) A5.