Oerlikon products were used for electroslag welding on major cladding projects and its alloys and fluxes outperformed the competition and became the preferred choice by leading high-quality pressure vessel fabricators," Dr Al Turaigi adds.
What does ESG stand for?
ESG stands for Electroslag Welding
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A new method of welding blanks of super-large sections; electroslag welding with a stationary electrode and additions of pieces of materials, in: Prob-lemy Elektroshlakovoi Tekhnologii, Naukova Dumka, Kiev, 1978.
Through consideration of the critical parameters affecting the quality, flexibility, and productivity targets of the deposition of the CRA layer, along the internal weld bead, the electroslag welding process was chosen to be the most suitable method.
The method of ECMO combines electroslag casting and electroslag welding (ESW) in a single technological process.
In electroslag welding and melting of titanium and titanium-base alloys oxygen-free halogenide fluxes (slag) [1-4] are used, basis of which constitutes Ca[F.
1989) Electroslag welding and melting with controlled magnetohydrodynamic processes.
At the first stages, when electroslag remelting (ESR) was only began to be developed on the basis of the electroslag welding, and melting of ingots was realized using an electrode wire, the simple water-cooled vessels of a round section, as a rule, were used as moulds for the producing ingots .
In case of continuous supply of the molten metal into the cladding area and uniform movement of the heat release source relative the surface being clad penetration of the base metal is mainly of rectilinear character detected, for example, in welds, produced by the electroslag welding, using a consumable electrode under stationary conditions of melting.