Welding arc physics, Mechanical Engineering

WELDING ARC PHYSICS

Electric arc as an intense source of heat is employed in welding of materials. In the field of welding techniques, arc welding processes constitute a major portion of joining techniques. Hence, it would be useful to understand the phenomenon of electric arc to have a clear knowledge of arc welding.

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