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ag Mechanics unit 3

terms unit 3

TermDefinition
current that reverses its direction 60 times per second Alternating Current (AC)
using an electric arc to fuse metal Arc welding
mix of base metal and filler rod that remains after welding Bead
current that flows in one direction continuously Direct Current (DC)
a section of flux-coated wire used in welding Electrode
a substance used to remove the oxide on metal that is to be soldered or welded Flux
the union or blending of molten metal to form a strong bond Fusion
distance in a weld from the original surface of the base metal to that depth or point at which fusion ceases Penetration
the product formed when buring steel combines with oxygen Slag
joining two or more times by fusion Weld
a protective device worn on the head while arc welding to protect the eyes, skin, and other exposed parts from injury Welding helmet
the location of a weld relative to the location of the welding equipment, such as flat, vertical, horizontal, or overhead Welding position
Created by: rhorn