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2019 №12 (01) DOI of Article
10.15407/as2019.12.02
2019 №12 (03)

Automatic Welding 2019 #12
Avtomaticheskaya Svarka (Automatic Welding), #12, 2019, pp.12-24

Processes of nonconsumable electrode welding with welding current modulation (Review). Part II. Effects of arc impact on the metal being welded

U.Boi1, I.V.Krivtsun2
1Guangdong Institute of Welding (China-Ukraine E.O.Paton Institute of Welding). 363 Chiansin Str., 510650, Guangzhou, Tianhe. E-mail: wuby@gwi.gd.cn
2E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute of the NAS of Ukraine. 11 Kazymyr Malevych Str., 03150, Kyiv, Ukraine. E-mail: office@paton.kiev.ua

A review of studies, devoted to the processes of nonconsumable electrode inert-gas welding with welding current modulation was performed. The second part of the review is devoted to analysis of the works, dealing with the features of metal penetration (aluminium alloys, stainless steel, high-temperature nickel-chromium alloys) and weld formation in TIG welding with modulated current. 12 Ref., 16 Tabl., 19 Fig.
Keywords: arc with refractory cathode, TIG welding, welded metal, penetration, weld, welding current modulation, pulse, frequency, fill factor, amplitude

Received: 04.11.2019
Published: 17.12.2019.

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