autogenous welding

autogenous welding

[ȯ′täj·ə·nəs ′weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A fusion welding process using heat without the addition of filler metal to join two pieces of the same metal.

autogenous welding

A type of welding in which the metals are usually united without the use of flux, 1.
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Autogenous welding was performed on Al 8% SiC composite material with a plate thickness of 5mm using ADOR CHAMPTIG 300AD welding machine as shown in figure 1.
The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) invites tenders for a high power, large chamber, electron beam (EB) welding and processing machine to continue research and development into the benefits of high integrity, heavy section and low distortion autogenous welding and related processes.
The energy used to melt the base material is claimed to be equal to autogenous welding of similar penetration depth [12].
LONDON -- The future trends on the vanadium market landscape are to be shaped by the new technological advances and broadening application segments, among which there are vanadium steels in electric power generating units, vanadium redox flow battery, vanadium alloys for compressors of aero-engine gas turbines, vanadium steels for high-speed, high-energy autogenous welding, etc.
Autogenous welding was performed on Al-8%SiC composite material with a plate thickness of 5mm using ADOR CHAMPTIG 300AD welding machine.