Advanced welding methods to improve shipbuilding technology

January 2006
Advanced Materials & Processes;Jan2006, Vol. 164 Issue 1, p25
Academic Journal
The article studies the advanced welding technology for the U.S. National Shipbuilding Research Program to improve the integrity of welding in both naval and commercial shipbuilding. The combination of welding technologies being investigated includes equipment with variable balance alternating current waveform control, and tubular metal-cored electrodes.


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