pressure welding


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pressure welding

[′presh·ər ‚weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Welding of metal surfaces by the application of pressure; examples are percussion welding, resistance welding, seam welding, and spot welding.
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Metode clasice (Pressure welding. Classical Methods).
In order to experiment the obtained coated electrodes and to determine their compatibility with the welding of the copper and its alloys and to establish the new manufacturing technologies of the contact electrodes for electric spot pressure welding, it was cladded by welding several samples, which were then examined on a micro and macro scale, as well as the hardness of the cladded layers, respectively electrical measurements (measuring of the resistivity).

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