Classification of arc welding power sources, Mechanical Engineering

CLASSIFICATION OF ARC WELDING POWER SOURCES

As we have know, different  welding processes require different operating conditions & the power sources are also necessarily different. Therefore, a simplest classification o power sources is according to the processes. But there are also some common aspects to these power sources. Based on these common aspects we can classify these arc welding power sources according to

 

  • 1. Output characteristics
  • 2. Nature of current output
  • 3. Construction
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