By T Boniszewski
An in depth unique point of view from a number one professional on welding metallurgy of the self-shielded arc welding strategy and its purposes. the writer explains the elemental technique metallurgy of the method and its dating with different arc welding processe
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The The dimensions build-up of the of spatter gas-shroud, in but the nozzle also not increases only its 37 turbulence which is conducive to air entrainment into the shielding gas. 25 shows how with the increasing spatter build-up in the gun nozzle, the N-content increased in the weld metal deposited with C02- -shielding (67). With the clean nozzle the N-content was below 100 ppm (see also the Nitrogen Scale in Fig. 2), but as the spatter encrustation exceeded 50%, the N-content shot up with the resulting porosity.
41. E. and WERLEFORS, T. "The influence of parent material aluminium content on microstructure, inclusion distribution, and mechanical properties of submerged-arc weld metal". Paper 43 in "Weld Pool Chemistry and Metallurgy", London, April 1980, The Welding Institute, Cambridge, CB1 6AL, England. 42. TERASHIMA, H. M. "Effect of Aluminum on C-Mn-Nb Steel Submerged Arc Weld Metal Properties", Welding Journal Res. 173s-183s. 43. TERASHIMA, H. M. " Paper 27 in "The Effects of Residual, Impurity and Micro-Alloying Elements on Weldability and Weld Properties", London, Nov.