Melt ratio and cooling rate

- Apr 02, 2018 -

Melt ratio and cooling rate: The choice of electrode or wire composition should take into account the effect of plate thickness and groove type on the fusion ratio.

When the welding of thin plates is relatively large, the welding data with low strength should be used. The thick groove is opposite to the deep groove.

The cooling rate affects the weld microstructure.

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