The CAS-OB Process
Plasma Transferred Arc Welding
Hot Tearing of Magnesium Alloys
Slag-Metal Reactions During Welding: Part Two
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The continuous relationship between producing the cleanest possible steel at the lowest possible price remains and ongoing challenge in the industry.
The Plasma Transferred Arc welding technique is an evolutionary development of the more widely used Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process.
Magnesium is becoming an increasingly important material in the aerospace and automotive industries due to its low density, high resistance properties and ability to meet ever increasing targets to lower vehicle mass.
As the steel technologies have increased the possibilities to make new and improved materials with excellent mechanical and corrosion properties the need for matching advancements in weld properties has become increasingly apparent.