Flux-Metal-Arc Welding

  • Peter F. Woods
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Part of the Engineering craft studies series book series (ECS)

Abstract

Metal-arc welding is a process that employs electricity to generate heat by means of an arc between the workpiece and the welding electrode.

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Further Study

  1. Joseph William Giachino and W. Weeks, Welding Technology, Technical Press, Oxford, 1968Google Scholar
  2. Alfred Haas, Basic Industrial Electronics, lliffe, London, 1964Google Scholar
  3. Mel M. Schwartz, Mel M. Schwartz, Modern Metal Joining Techniques, Wiley, New York, 1969Google Scholar
  4. Eric Norman Simons, Dictionary of Ferrous Metals, Muller, London, 1972Google Scholar
  5. R. E. Smallman (Ed.), Modern Physical Metallurgy, Butter-worth, London, 1970Google Scholar
  6. K. G. Richards, Joint Preparations for Fusion Welding of Steel, Welding Institute, Cambridge, 1966Google Scholar
  7. P. F. Woods, Production Welding, McGraw-Hill, Maidenhead, 1971Google Scholar
  8. Engineering Industry Training Board, Argon-arc Welding, Booklet 3/15, Watford, 1970Google Scholar
  9. Engineering Industry Training Board, CO2 Consumable-electrode Arc-welding, Booklet 3/13, Watford, 1973Google Scholar
  10. Engineering Industry Training Board, Manual Electric-arc Welding, Booklet 3/14, Watford, 1973Google Scholar
  11. Industrial Safety Manufacturers Association, Reference Book of Protective Equipment, London, 1973Google Scholar
  12. Welding Institute, Control of Distortion in Welded Fabrications, Cambridge, 1963Google Scholar
  13. Wiggin Nickel Alloys Co., Welding, Soldering and Brazing, Publication 3367, London, 1968Google Scholar
  14. H.M.S.O. Booklet 13, Ionization Radiations, Precautions for Industrial UsersGoogle Scholar
  15. H.M.S.O. Safety Pamphlet 18Google Scholar
  16. BS 1500: Fusion welded pressure vessels for general purposes: Part 3:1965 AluminiumGoogle Scholar
  17. BS 2633:1973 Class 1 arc welding of ferritic steel pipe work for carrying fluidsGoogle Scholar
  18. BS 2971:1961 Class 2 metal-arc welding of steel pipelines and pipe assemblies for carrying fluidsGoogle Scholar
  19. BS 4570: Fusion welding of steel castings: Part 1:1970 Production, rectification and repairGoogle Scholar

Free issue of periodicals of interest to engineers

  1. CO2Welding News, Distillers Company (Carbon Dioxide) Ltd, Reigate, SurreyGoogle Scholar
  2. Flare, West Midlands Gas, Solihull, Warks.Google Scholar
  3. Hobart Weldworld, Hobart Equipment Suppliers, LeedsGoogle Scholar
  4. The Nickel Bulletin, International Nickel Co., Millbank, London SW1Google Scholar
  5. S. I. F. News, Sifbronze Ltd, Stowmarket, SuffolkGoogle Scholar
  6. Stabilizer, Lincoln Electric Co. Ltd, Welwyn Garden City, Herts.Google Scholar
  7. Stubs Welding Chronicle, Stubs Welding Ltd, Warrington, Lancs.Google Scholar
  8. Svetsaren (English edition), E.S.A.B. Ltd, Gillingham, KentGoogle Scholar
  9. The Welder, B.O.C.-Murex Ltd, Waltham Cross, Herts.Google Scholar

Trade journals free to production engineers, welding engineers and managers

  1. Compressed Air and Hydraulic Engineering, Ingersoll-Rand Co. Ltd, Knightsbridge, London SW1Google Scholar
  2. Design Engineering, Morgan-Grampian (Publishers) Ltd, Calderwood Street London SE18Google Scholar
  3. The Engineer, Morgan-Grampian (Publishers) Ltd, Calderwood Street, London SE18Google Scholar
  4. Factory and Industrial Equipment, New Media Ltd, Argylle Street, London W1Google Scholar
  5. Iron Age Metalworking International, Jermyn Street, London SW1Google Scholar
  6. Metalworking Production, Morgan-Grampian (Publishers) Ltd, Calderwood Street, London SE18Google Scholar
  7. Sub-Assembly Components Fastening, Commercial Exhibitions & Publications Ltd, Hough Street, London SE18Google Scholar

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© Peter F. Woods 1976

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  • Peter F. Woods

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