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Ag Metals

Unit 7: Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

TermDefinition
a measure of the rate of electrical flow in a conductor Ampere
the discharge of electricity through an air space Arc
a material that permits electrons to flow through it Conductor
the proportion of time a motor or welder can run without overheating Duty cycle
a metal welding rod covered a flux Electrode
a system of identifying electrodes based on composition and intended use Electrode classification
an industry organization that sets standards for electrical products National Electrical Manufacturers Association
impurities that rise to the top of the weld and harden Slag
the amount of tension or pull a weld can withstand Tensil strength
a measure of electrical pressure Voltage (volt)
the amount of work that can be done using one ampere at one voltage Wattage (watt)
Created by: rhorn