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A gas tungsten arc welding operation is performed using a current of $250 \: A$ and an arc voltage of $20 \: V$ at a welding speed of $5 \: mm/s$. Assuming that the arc efficiency is $70 \%$, the net heat input per unit length of the weld will be _________$kJ/mm$ (round off to one decimal place)
asked Feb 9, 2019 in Materials, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Arjun 24.6k points
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In a DC arc welding operation, the voltage-arc length characteristic was obtained as $V_{arc} = 20+5l$ where the arc length $l$ was varied between $5$ mm and $7$ mm. Here $V_{arc}$ denotes the arc voltage in $Volts$. The arc current was varied from $400$ A and $500$ A. Assuming linear ... current for the welding operation are $45$ V, $450$ A $75$ V, $750$ A $95$ V, $950$ A $150$ V, $1500$ A
asked Mar 20, 2018 in Materials, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Andrijana3306 1.5k points
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Under optimal conditions of the process the temperatures experienced by a copper work piece in fusion welding, brazing and soldering are such that $T_{\text{welding}} > T_{\text{soldering}}> T_{\text{brazing}}$ $T_{\text{soldering}} > T_{\text{welding}} > T_{\text{brazing}}$ ... $T_{\text{welding}} > T_{\text{brazing}} > T_{\text{soldering}}$
asked Feb 24, 2017 in Materials, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Arjun 24.6k points
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During a TIG welding process, the arc current and arc voltage were $50$ $A$ and $60$ $V$, respectively, when the welding speed was $150$ $mm/min$. In another process, the TIG welding is carried out at a welding speed of $120$ $mm/min$ at the same arc voltage and heat input ... so that weld quality remains the same. The welding current (in $A$) for this process is $40.00$ $44.72$ $55.90$ $62.25$
asked Feb 24, 2017 in Materials, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Arjun 24.6k points
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Within the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) in a fusion welding process, the work material undergoes microstructural changes but does not melt neither melting nor microstructural changes both melting and microstructural changes after solidification melting and retains the original microstructure after solidification
asked Feb 19, 2017 in Materials, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Arjun 24.6k points
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