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Use of thermosetting resins and of pitch is described.
Calcium is added to steel during manufacture for the reduction of sulphur and oxygen contents and also to control the...
Details of two Standards are given.
Guidance on baking conditions is given.
A characteristic curve of joint formation through all its phases is presented, which can be used as a benchmark against...
Required parameters and details are listed.
ASME IX does not consider base metal thickness to be an essential variable for welding performance qualification using any of...
Concise answers to frequently asked technical questions. This index lists over 900 available FAQ topics.
Definitions of terms used in laser processing are presented.
Examples of the use of friction welding for these purposes are briefly presented.
Experience of failures related to hydrogen in the friction welding of steels are outlined.
Topics include the workshop environment, electrical safety, fume, noise, optical radiation, burns, mechanical hazards, gas bottles, and welding in difficult...
Legal requirements concerning the control of fume, risk assessment and control measures are discussed.
The process is outlined, including advantages and limitations.
The process for producing a structural carbon-carbon (C/C) composite material is outlined.
Means of making advanced ceramic materials are outlined.
The various techniques for production of composite materials are briefly described.
The atomic structure of glasses and ceramics is compared.
Commonly-used test conditions are described.
Characteristics of these adhesives, and examples of their application are described.
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