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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’
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weld

(wĕld) [variant of well, to boil]
To fuse or join two objects with heat.
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Hardness measurements of the welded joints (base metal-HAZ-base metal) were accomplished on three types of samples (build up, U-grooved and butt weld) using Nano-Hardness Tester developed by CSM Instruments, Switzerland employing a standard load of 49.050 N with diamond indenter; for 10 s dwells period at 0.7 mm intervals, across and along the weld at the location of 2 mm from the weld surface.
Mechanical properties of welded surfaces, especially cyclic life and fracture toughness, have been well-documented to be the same as the cast parent material that has been heat treated.
The base metal shows higher hardness than the interface region in the ultrasonic welded aluminium joints.
A higher output power was naturally expected to increase the input energy imposed on the welded seam, hence causing a comparatively large amount of melted or vaporized metal [10, 11].
Further increase of the welding speed will cause excessive porosity but reduces the concavity of the welded joint.
The results show that sound welded joints without any solidification and shrinkage defects could be obtained after welding, with a corrosion resistance equivalent to that of the parent metal.
They commonly take courses in metallurgy and materials science to understand how the structural makeup of various materials affects the way they can be welded. Welding technicians are also exposed to automation/robotic applications of welding and understand how to troubleshoot these automated cells and applications.
Once the melted rod comes to the surface of the bolt or stud hole, a standard grade 8 flat washer and nut are welded to the material.
The origin of most particles in welding or cutting fumes is the metal being cut or welded and/or the paint, coatings or other substances on the surface of the metal.
Yes, there are instances to be found, like at the Ford Chicago Assembly Plant, where the Five Hundred, Freestyle and Mercury Montego are having their roofs laser welded, but this is comparatively small.