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Guidelines on the repair welding of wrought iron are presented with reference to metallurgical weldability and help with MMA (SMAW)...
Meanings are given of many commonly used acronyms in the electronics industry.
Brief guidance is given for some common ceramic materials.
Adhesive bonding of ceramics is considered, including advantages and disadvantages.
Cutting techniques are presented, with factors to consider when selecting a process.
Wording on this topic from Standards is presented.
Applications for degradable polymers in the medical and health care sector are presented.
Surface treatment prior to resistance spot welding is discussed.
Guidance on what qualifies for exemption is provided.
Interdependence of preheat temperature, welding heat input, microstructure and risk of hydrogen cracking in ferritic steels are described.
Depending on the service conditions and molecular structures of the polymers used, they undergo changes in service.
Pretreatment of polymer surfaces is discussed briefly.
To achieve optimum weld strength, it is important to ensure that the parent sheet or pipe and filler rod are...
Effects of PWHT are briefly addressed with reference to the type of fatigue loading (tensile or compressive stress).
Effects of intermetallic compounds on microstructure and toughness of duplex stainless steel welds are briefly described.
The status of ceramic components containing lead (Pb) in the context of the RoHS Directive is set out.
Shielding requirements for several friction welding processes are given for titanium and its alloys.
Help that TWI can supply regarding explosive welding is briefly described.
Effects of welding on strength of structural steel are very briefly introduced.
The meaning of ECA, its uses, and information required to carry it out are presented.
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