Published: 01 January 1931
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It is the purpose of the author to give a brief outline of welding processes as practised at the time of writing (January, 1931). Special attention is paid to the characteristics and interrelation of the newer processes as applied to steel. Description of the processes is supplemented by notes on the physical properties and fields of use of the welded product. Inspection and methods of testing are covered by other authors. Questions of cost and matters of patent are not discussed. The attempt to classify the processes and their uses from the standpoint of function is believed to be original with the author. In other respects the information presented is drawn from various sources, notably the publications of the American Welding Society.
Llewellyn, F. T.
United States Steel Corporation, New York City,