weldment

NOUN
  1. an assembly of parts welded together
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How To Use weldment In A Sentence

  • High-speed impellers for pumping corrosive gases in certain industrial processes are aluminum weldments.
  • The weldment must be stress relived or annealed after welding.
  • Dihydrochloride necrosequestrectomy melanochroite anoxemia neutrality victimize weldments. orlistat Health Behavior News Service Latest Research
  • To obtain full strength, the metastable beta alloys are welded in the annealed condition; the weld is cold worked by planishing, and the weldment is then solution treated and aged.
  • In all types of welds, contamination by interstitial impurities such as oxygen and nitrogen must be minimized to maintain useful ductility in the weldment.
  • Also, SolidWorks 2004 comes with predefined structural weldment members such as fillets, weld beads, gussets, end caps, and cut lists.
  • Following welding the weldment should be annealed and then heat treated to the desired strength level.
  • When welding weakens the weldment, the weak zone is about an inch either side of the center of the butt or fillet welds.
  • It is analyzed that electrode surface sticks dirty spot unevenly and electric field varies irregularly during welding the phosphorized weldment by 3-phase DC projection welder secondary rectification.
  • The weakest part of a weldment is the base metal affected by the heat of welding.
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