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" ... due to its becoming too long. The problem that arose was to devise means whereby the natural self-compensatory action of the arc could be so greatly accentuated as to preclude, within wide limits, the occurrence of marked arc abnormalities. There... "
Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers - Page 151
1919
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Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, Issues 149-152

Technology & Engineering - 1919
...occurrence of marked arc abnormalities. There was ultimately evolved, by experiment, such a relation between- the fusing energy of the arc and the feeding rate of the welding strip as to give the desired arc length under normal conditions; and tendencies toward abnormalities in arc...
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Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical ..., Volume 62

Metallurgy - 1920
...occurrence of marked arc abnormalities. There was ultimately evolved, by experiment, such a relation between the fusing energy of the arc and the feeding rate of the welding strip as to give the desired arc length under normal conditions; and tendencies toward abnormalities in arc...
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Spot and Arc Welding

Harry Archer Hornor - Electric welding - 1920 - 296 pages
...occurrence of marked arc abnormalities. There was ultimately evolved, by experiment, such a relation between the fusing energy of the arc and the feeding rate of the welding strip as to give the desired arc length under normal conditions; and tendencies towards abnormalities in...
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Electric Welding

Ethan Viall - Electric welding - 1921 - 417 pages
...will be the subject of profitable scientific investigation when time is available for this purpose. "In the five forms of machines made in the course...that a substantial equilibrium must be maintained 1. ctween the fusing energy of the arc and the feeding rate of the welding strip; and it soon became...
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Electric Welding

Ethan Viall - Electric welding - 1921 - 417 pages
...occurrence of marked arc abnormalities. There was ultimately evolved, by experiment, such a relation between the fusing energy of the arc and the feeding rate of the welding strip as to give the desired arc leugth under normal conditions; and tendencies toward abnormalities iu arc...
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