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Welding Skills Chapter 3
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metal or alloy that is to be welded.
component of the welding circuit that conducts electrical current to the weld area.
weld that results from a weld pass.
single progression of welding along a weld joint.
shape within the deposited bead caused by the movement of the welding heat source.
depression at the termination of the weld bead.
depth of fusion
distance that fusion extends into the base metal from the surface melted during welding.
distance the weld metal extends from the weld face into the joint.
amount of weld metal in excess of that required to fill the joint.
reinforcement on the side opposite the one on which welding took place.
reinforcement on the same side as the welding.
portion of the groove face within the joint root.
distance between joint members at the root of the weld before welding.
distance from toe to toe across the face of the weld.
junction of the base metal and the weld face.
exposed surface of the weld bounded by the weld toes on the side which welding was done.
area where filler metal intersects the base metal and extends the furthest into the weld joint
shortest distance from the face of a fillet weld to the weld root after welding.
minimum distance between the weld face and the weld root.
distance from the joint, perpendicular to the hypotenuse of the largest right-angle triangle that can be inscribed within the cross section of a fillet weld.
distance from the joint root to the toe of a fillet weld.
metal deposited in a welded, brazed, or soldered joint during welding process.
melting of metal and filler metal, or filler metal only, to make a weld.
portion of a weld joint where joint members are closest to each other.
weld bead that extends into or includes part or all of the joint root.
initial weld pass that provides complete penetration through the thickness of the joint member.
physical configuration at the juncture of the members to be welded.
weld joint in which two members are set approximately level to each other and are positioned edge-to-edge.
weld joint formed when two members are positioned approximately 90 degrees to one another in the form of a T.
weld joint between two overlapping members in parallel planes.
joint formed when two members are positioned at an approximate right angle in an L shape.
weld joint formed when the edges of two or more parallel, or nearly parallel, members are joined.
edge joint in which one of the joint members has a flanged edge at the weld joint.
cross-sectional shape of the weld. Determined by the weld joint design and depends on the load requirements of the weld.
weld of approximately triangular cross section that joins two surfaces at approximately right angles.
weld made in the groove between two members to be joined.
groove weld made from one side of the joint only.
groove weld made from both sides of the joint.
weld made in a circular hole in one member to fuse it to the other member.
weld made in an elongated hole in one member to fuse it to the other member.
weld applied to a surface, as opposed to making a joint, to obtain the desired properties or dimensions.
weld produced by joining a metal stud or similar part to a member.
weld with an approximately circular cross section made between or upon overlapping members.
continuous weld made between or upon overlapping members that produces a continuous seam or series of overlapping spot welds.
surface of a joint member that is in contact with, or in close proximity to, the member to which it will be joined.
resistance weld produced by the heat obtained from the resistance to the flow of welding current.
weld made in the weld root opposite the face of the weld.
weld used to hold members in proper alignment until the welds are made.
device used to maintain the correct positional relationship between weldment components as required by print specifications.
mechanical device that supports and moves weldments for maximum loading, welding, and unloading efficiency.
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