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Wet underwater welding is discussed, with numerous references.
Use of stiffeners to control bowing is briefly described.
Laser welding of thermoplastics is described, with reference to types of plastics and any fillers, and types of laser.
Contacts at TWI to discuss expert witness work are given.
Brief notes of requirements for successful viewing of the arc are given.
Guidelines on the repair welding of wrought iron are presented with reference to metallurgical weldability and help with MMA (SMAW)...
Brief guidance is given for some common ceramic materials.
Adhesive bonding of ceramics is considered, including advantages and disadvantages.
History, uses, and equations for a range of Carbon Equivalent calculations, as used to assess steel weldability, are presented.
Experience in cathodic protection of duplex stainless steels is outlined, with reference to microstructure, prevailing environmental conditions, and susceptibility to...
Close inspection can often answer this question in a particular instance. Some of the commonly encountered reasons are non-planarity of...
There are a number of reasons for unfilled joints following wave soldering, several of which are related to fluxing...
British Standard test methods for density and porosity that are suitable for thermally sprayed coatings are given.
Characteristics are described of killed steel, semi-killed steel, rimmed steel and capped steel.
The relationship between Charpy impact energy and Charpy lateral expansion for ferritic steels
Relationship between Charpy impact energy and Charpy lateral expansion for austenitic stainless steels and duplex stainless steels
A guideline is given, although toughness requirements should be derived for the structural situation of interest, as they will be...
The situation according to Standards is summarised, and suggestions made regarding qualifications and experience for such individuals.
Guidance is given on examination of cross sections through such a joint.
Guidelines are presented on inspection and assessment procedures for post-fire investigation.
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