Latest Event Updates
(a) Cold shortness.
(b) Hot shortness.
(c) An increase in ductility.
(d) An increase in malleability.
(a) Divide by 144.9.
(b) Multify by 25.4.
(c) Divide by 14.7.
(d) Multify by 14.7.
(a) The proof stress.
(b) The maximum load a specimen can withstand.
(c) The limit of proportionality.
(d) The point of plastic deformation.
(a) Will require a permanent or temporary backing to be pre placed on the Root side of the welds.
(b) Has the advantage of being able to use any type or size of electrode.
(c) Is likely to be using an electrode less than 2 mm dia.
(d) Is likely to be using an electrode more than 2 mm dia.
(a) Incomplete penetration.