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fusion welding

[′fyü·zhən ‚weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Any welding operation involving melting of the base or parent metal.
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Ultrasonic welding is a solid state welding process and it would be a interesting method for joining dissimilar alloys that can potentially avoid many of the issues associated with fusion welding processes including rapid inter metallic formation [3].
Since this process is a solid-state welding method and joining with this process takes place below the melting temperature of the material; therefore, by using this process, porosity and hot cracking defects, often generated with fusion welding, are largely eliminated with resulting improved mechanical and corrosion properties[4, 5].
Welding consumables--Gases and gas mixtures for fusion welding and allied processes.
Using simulation models and analysis of the problem is realized in the field of technology fusion welding MAG.
Mark Jarrett, regional sales manager for Georg Fischer Piping Systems based in Dubai, tells OGN about some of the important issues regarding fusion welding and the future of PE systems in the Middle East.
Restoration involves gas fusion welding, a process that requires the castings to be preheated at a controlled rate to achieve 600[degrees]C.
Infrared thermography was used to determine the transient thermal field that accompanies fusion welding procedure in order to study the out-of-plane distortion.
The electron beam welding procedure belongs to the category of fusion welding which is characterized by a high intensity.
of Stavanger, Norway) and Recho (National Center for Scientific Research, France) introduces fatigue analysis of steel structures made by fusion welding.
The mechanism of mechanically induced vibrational wood fusion welding is shown to be due mostly to the melting and flowing of amorphous cells-interconnecting polymer material in the structure of wood, mainly lignin, but also some hemicelluloses.
While it's been successful, the fusion welding process had high costs associated with rework and joint preparation.