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Plasma in welding

 

1.   T. A. Palmer and T. DebRoy, Numerical Modeling of Enhanced Nitrogen Dissolution during GTA Welding, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, 2000, vol. 31B (6), pp. 1371-1385 (pdf).

 

2.   T. A. Palmer and T. DebRoy, Enhanced Dissolution of Nitrogen during GTA Welding of Steels, Science and Technology of Welding and Joining, 1998, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 190-203 (pdf).

 

3.   T. A. Palmer and T. DebRoy, Physical Modeling of Nitrogen Partition between the Weld Metal and its Plasma Environment, Welding Journal, 1996, vol. 75, no. 7, pp. 197s-207s (pdf)

 

4.   A. Bandopadhyay, A. Banerjee, and T. DebRoy, Nitrogen Activity in Low Pressure Nitrogen Plasmas, Metallurgical Transactions, B, 1992, vol. 23B, pp. 207-214 (pdf).

 

5.   R. Miller and T. DebRoy, Energy Absorption by Metal Vapor Dominated Plasma During Carbon Dioxide Laser Welding of Steels, Journal of Applied Physics, 1990, vol. 68(5), pp. 2045-2050 (pdf).

 

6.   M. M. Collur and T. DebRoy, Emission Spectroscopy of Plasma during Laser Welding of Stainless Steels, Metallurgical Transactions, B, 1989, vol. 20B, pp. 277-286 (pdf)

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