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by: Al Feeney Sr.


Al Feeney Sr.
Texas A&M
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Nguyen Hung

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Al Feeney Sr. on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENTC 181 at Texas A&M University taught by Nguyen Hung in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/226130/entc-181-texas-a-m-university in Engineering Technology at Texas A&M University.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
Lecture 1012 Process Pros amp Cons Stick Welding Pros 0 Min Oxidation 0 Simple o Inexpensive MIG Welding Stick Welding Pros o No Slag 0 Automation Cons Slag Removal Charge of electrode Weak Cons Higher Heat loss due to gas flow Bulky Complex torch TIG Welding Pros o No electrode wear 0 No slag 0 High quality weld Plasma Welding Pros 0 High Power Density 0 For cutting welding 0 High productivity Resistance Spot Welding Pros o No shielding gas 0 No filler mat l 0 Mass production Flash Welding m o No Oxidation 0 Fast 0 No Slag Laser Welding Pros 0 High Power Density 0 Fast 0 lnAir Operation Energy Beam Welding Pros 0 Deep Penetration Friction Welding Pros 0 Automation 0 ConductiveNonConductive o No shielding gasNo slag Cons Need filler mat l Higher heat loss due to gas flow Cons Not for thin or low Tm mat l Bulky Torch Expensive Cons Conductive Sheets No corners Leak Cons Conductive mat l only Butt joint only Flash Removal Cons Reflective Thermal Defects Cons Vacuum Conductive mat l Cons Flash Removal Symmetrical Part Brazing amp Soldering Pros o LowJoiningTemp 0 Join different mat l Rubber Forming Pros o Simpler than cup drawing 0 Forging 0 Lower Cost 0 Prototyping Sand Casting Pros 0 Easy 0 Cheap Shell Casting Pros o More details 0 Better Surface finish 0 Less labor Investment Casting Pros 0 Excellent Details 0 Finish 0 Precise o lntricate parts Permanent Mold Casting Pros o Reusable molds 0 Mass productions 0 Automation Centrifugal amp Centrifuge Castings Pros 0 Simple pressure casting 0 Mass production Cons Low Joint Strength Customized filler Gap Sensitive Low service temp Cons Weartear of rubber simple shape only thin sheet only Cons Labor lntensive low tolerance Expendable mold Cons Expendable Cons labor lntensive expensive Expendable mold Long cycle time Cons Limited to low Tm lubricant safety contamination Cons Symmetry Safety


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