Welding and Its Application to the Mining and Metallurgical Industries

CIM Bulletin1936
IT can be truly stated that no branch of the engineering industry has progressed more rapidly in the last few years than that of welding. In spite of depressed economic conditions, this industry has continued to advance along scientific lines, replacing the old hit-and-miss method of welding. The development work is intensive, and increased activity is recorded in every sphere of the industry, new applications of existing methods, together with new processes, being added to those already proved in practice. The general acceptance of the welding processes can be measured by their utilization as a manufacturing tool in the metal-working industries.
Keywords: acetylene, blowpipe, calcium carbide, welding, wrought iron, Electrodes, Heat, metals, Oxygen, Pressure, Process, Processes, Temperature, Welding
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