Complete Fusion Complete Joint
Penetration
Complete Joint
Penetration Weld
Constant Current
Power Source
Constant Voltage
Power Source
Constricted Arc
Contact Tube
Contact Tube Setback
Convex Fillet Weld
Convexity
Covered Electrode
Crack
Crater
Fusion over the entire fusion faces and between all adjoining weld beads.
A joint root condition in a groove weld in which weld metal extends through the joint thickness.
A groove weld in which weld metal extends through the joint thickness.
An arc welding power source with a volt ampere relationship yielding a small welding current change from a large arc voltage change.
An arc welding power source with a volt-ampere relationship yielding a large welding current change from a small arc voltage change.
A plasma arc column that is shaped by the constricting orifice in the nozzle of the plasma arc torch or plasma spraying gun.
A device that transfers current to a continuous electrode.
The distance from the contact tube to the end of the gas nozzle.
A fillet weld having a convex face.
The maximum distance from the face of a convex fillet weld perpendicular to a line joining the weld toes.
A composite filler metal electrode consisting of a core of a bare electrode or metal cored electrode to which a covering sufficient to provide a slag layer on the weld metal has been applied. The covering may contain materials providing such functions as shielding from the atmosphere, deoxidation, and arc stabilization, and can serve as a source of metallic additions to the weld.
A fracture type discontinuity characterized by a sharp tip and high ratio of length and width to opening displacement.
A depression in the weld face at the termination of a weld bead.
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