Tig and Plasma Welding: Process Techniques, Recommended Practices and Applications
This book provides designers, welding engineers and metallurgists with the essential information for understanding the welding operation and for applying the processes in production. The fundamental electrical, arc and process characteristics are described for various operating modes, including current, micro-TIG, TIG hot wire, narrow gap TIG and keyhole plasma.
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APPLYING THE TIG PROCESS
MECHANISED ORBITAL TUBE WELDING
TUBE TO TUBEPLATE WELDING
NARROW GAP TIG WELDING
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Page 110 - Each issue contains about 85 pages of translated articles, including illustrations, covering research techniques, equipment and process developments, applications and materials. Translated contents pages from the latest issues of major welding journals worldwide are also published in Welding International and subscribers are invited to nominate articles they wish to see in English. When there is sufficient demand for a specific article, it is translated and published in the journal. Welding International...