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root of weld
root of weld[′rüt əv ′weld]
The points at which the bottom of the weld and the base metal surfaces intersect. Also known as root.
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Caption: Figure 15: Appearance of the butt weld joint prepared with the laser power of 800 W and the laser offset of 250 [micro]m: (a) bead of weld and (b) root of weld
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Atkinson and Turner  reported that pores in a weld were reduced when the root of weld
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Microhardness examination illustrated in figure 4 was done on the three different layers: layer 1 is the top of the weld bead, layer 2 is in the middle and layer 3 is located to the root of weld
bead (Dumitrache, 2000).