wet welding


wet welding
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  • Underwater welding — refers to a number of distinct welding processes that are performed underwater.cite book |author=Keats, DJ |year=2005 |title=Underwater Wet Welding A Welder s Mate |publisher=Speciality Welds Ltd |url=http://www.specialwelds.com |isbn=1 899293 99 …   Wikipedia

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  • Hyperbaric welding — is the process of welding at elevated pressures, normally underwater. Hyperbaric welding can either take place in the water itself or inside a specially constructed pressure chamber and hence a dry environment. It is predominantly referred to as… …   Wikipedia

  • Forge welding — is a welding process of heating two or more pieces of metal and then hammering them together. The process is one of the simplest methods of joining metals and has been used since ancient times. Forge welding is versatile, being able to join a… …   Wikipedia

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