Recommended practices for salvaging automotive gray iron castings by welding (tentative).: Approved by Board of directors, March 21, 1950
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alloying elements AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY amount of welding ASSY AUTOMOTIVE GRAY IRON Automotive Welding Committee Blow holes Dirt Blow holes Gas boss Braze carbon CASTINGS BY WELDING Chills Gas weld chipping and grinding Chromium cloth bound cold welding color matching Cracks Chills Breaks Cracks Chills Gas Crankcase Dirt Cracks Chills employed flame fluidity furnace preheat graphite GRAY IRON CASTINGS hard spots heat heat-affected zone HOLE OVERSIZE holes Dirt Cracks holes Gas weld Leak machined castings machined surfaces Manganese manual arc welding maximum Dirt Cracks molybdenum nickel core electrodes nickel electrodes Nonferrous Electrodes Peening Phosphorus PIPE PLUG porosity postheat or arc PRACTICES FOR SALVAGING preheat and postheat Procedure Reinspect REPAIR METHODS repair welding Repairable Defects repaired by oxy-acetylene repaired by welding restrained areas SALVAGING AUTOMOTIVE GRAY sand holes SECTION silicon slag soldering STRESS RELIEF torch wall warpage WATER JACKET weld with furnace Welding of Steel welding rod white cast iron