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Simulation of stationary GTAW process using argon as shielding gas : effect of electrode angle and tip angles in butt welding

Abid, Muhammad and Nash, David and Parvez, Shahid and Fawad, Hassan (2011) Simulation of stationary GTAW process using argon as shielding gas : effect of electrode angle and tip angles in butt welding. In: 8th International Bhurban Conference on Applied Science and Technology, IBCAST08, 2011-01-10 - 2011-01-13.

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Abstract

Describes the simulation of stationary GTAW process using argon as shielding gas effect of electrode angle and tip angles in butt welding.