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verb A slang term meaning to defibrillate, as in, ‘I welded the patient 3 times and he was still in V fib’

weld

(wĕld) [variant of well, to boil]
To fuse or join two objects with heat.
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Duty cycle is expressed as a percentage (such as 20,40, or 100) and refers to how much of a 10-minute period it can weld before it needs a break.
A schematic of a two-dimensional finite element model of a weld with idealized weld geometry is shown in Figure 2(b).
Concerning the weld strength of the virgin polymer, it is observed from Fig.
FSW equipment research is looking into developing completely automated systems aiming for push-button functionality, equipment flexibility to weld different diameter pipes, and improved machine portability.
Undercutting occurs when a groove melts in the base metal (next to the toe of the weld) and is not adequately filled by the weld metal.
The authors classify a typical hybrid weld in two parts: the wide upper zone and the narrow nether zone, which are defined as arc zone and laser zone, respectively.
This uneven pattern signals trouble since uniform amplitude across the face of a horn is necessary to yield a uniform weld.
To make matters worse Weld failed to show up and speak at an August 21 fund-raiser for the group Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth, a commitment he had made over a year earlier.
The 2D ultrasonic array as applied to spot weld testing is a new conception in ultrasonic testing [1-6].
wide fins) is of uniform wall thickness and is non-leaking because it has no weld joints.
The electrode is held in a torch via manual welding methods or, in the case of an orbital welding system, is positioned in a weld head.