deposited metal

deposited metal

[də′päz·əd·əd ′med·əl]
(metallurgy)
Molten metal used during a welding operation for the fusion of base metals.

deposited metal

The filler metal that is added during a welding operation.
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The springs are made with deposited metal thin films and are lithographically defined, capable of fine pitch (6pm demonstrated) and low profiles (<5pm).
Electrolytic metal electrodeposition method refers to a solid surface in the process to obtain the deposited metal layer.
Karim, Properties and applications of vacuum deposited metal coatings [M.S.
They said the old pump was defective and had deposited metal filings inside the reactor, requiring that it be disassembled in order to clean out the filings.
Other topics include the effects of welding conditions on diffusible hydrogen content in deposited metal, evaluation of hydrogen degradation by in situ ultrasonic testing, and modeling of heat flux density distribution for laser beam welding.
Different dilutions of deposited metal were prepared and their absorbance compared with standard.
The shape and composition of a deposited metal layer is modeled with either a thickness variable for very thin layers or as a moving boundary for thicker layers.
Deposited metal submitted to chemical analysis gives results presented in table 3, while mechanical characteristics are presented in table 4.
The deposited metal can be more or less refractory in comparison with the axis on which surfacing is carried out, or have the same melting point.
When discussing adhesion of a deposited metal to a substrate, one must focus on two distinct but related processes.
However, the adhesion strength of the electrolessly deposited metal, such as copper and nickel, to the pristine PI film is too weak for practical application.