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Welding International

, Volume 17, Issue 7, pp 541–549 | Cite as

High-speed DCEN TIG welding of very thin aluminium sheets with magnetic arc control

  • S Ukita
  • K Kokubo
  • T Masuko
  • T Irie
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Aluminium Welding Mechanical Engineer Aluminium Sheet Offshore Engineer 
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  • S Ukita
  • K Kokubo
  • T Masuko
  • T Irie

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