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Modified GMAW Processes: Control of Heat Input

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This analysis of new GMAW processes aims to enhance understanding of the welding procedure and welding parameter setting of such techniques. Different welding approaches are categorized and examples of materials and welding variables are presented. The results reveal that the weldability of stainless steel, high strength steel, aluminum, thin sheet plate, coated plate, and dissimilar joints such as steel and aluminum has been significantly improved by the introduction of the new GMAW processes. Furthermore, it is seen that successful design approaches can be achieved and algorithm control of the main welding variables is possible. The usability of innovative GMAW process control responds to the high demand for low heat sensitive material welding. This paper increases awareness of novel modified GMAWs and contributes to improved knowledge of such welding procedures.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-03-01

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