Oxygen in Steel WMD after Welding with Micro-Jet Cooling

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Until that moment micro-jet technology was tested only for MIG welding process with argon as a shielded gas. An article presents actual information about innovate welding technology with micro-jet cooling. There are put down information about gases that could be chosen both for MIG/MAG welding and for micro-jet process. There were given information about influence of various micro-jet gases on metallographic structure of steel welds. Mechanical properties of weld was presented in terms of oxygen amount in WMD (weld metal deposit).

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