Taxonomy: Gas/Chemical Welding
Gas/chemical welding is a set of processes that join metals by melting them with heat generated from a gaseous or chemical source.
Overview of Process
Gas/chemical welding is a set of related processes, all of which are designed to join metallic workpieces by melting the joint. These processes are linked by the combustion of gases or other chemicals to generate the heat required.
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Todd, Allen and Alting. “Fundamental Principles of Manufacturing Processes”. 1994.