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weldability

[‚wel·də′bil·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
Suitability of a metal to be welded under specified conditions.
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High-strength steels have shown moderate weldability compared to mild steels.
The company says by visiting steelnavigator.ovako.com, users can search from a growing online database of more than 200 steels by standard, mechanical properties, weldability and hardenability, chemical composition and more.
Low carbon content, good weldability, higher yield strength, tensile strength
It is best corrosion resistance, better general and localized corrosion resistance compared to 316 stainless steel, Good Formability and Weldability, Increased resistance to chemical attack from acids, Lower carbon content leads to resistance to sensitization when welded, Non- magnetic.
Many laboratory researches revealed that the high-Nb steels have good strength, toughness, and weldability [6-9], and they were widely used in manufacturing of high-strength welded steel pipes for the Second West-to-East Gas Transmission Pipeline Project [4, 5].
al, 6] weldability and microstructure of dissimilar welds of AISI 347 austenitic stainless steel to ASTM A335 low alloy steel was investigated.
"We looked at different types of resins and measured their ultrasonic weldability against price, density and colorability.
Steel materials are intensely used in automotive industry because of their properties such as high strength, formability, fine processing, weldability, coatability for protection against corrosion, and repairability [2, 3].
A5052 has excellent anticorrosiveness, seawater resistance, and weldability, and is used as material for ships, automobile parts, interior and exterior finishing materials.
These developments have improved the toughness properties of the steel as well as the ability of the weldability even under field and ambient conditions.
The text has been reorganized with expanded coverage of basic metallurgy and the weldability of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
In doing so, the company can now offer traditionally seamless pipe sizes in a welded form, the benefits of which include a decreased lead time in customer orders and improved fit up and weldability which therefore reduces time and project costs.