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Sulfur, oxygen and weld geometry


1.   W. Pitscheneder, T. DebRoy, K. Mundra, and R. Ebner, Role of Sulfur and Processing Variables on the Temporal Evolution of Weld Pool Geometry during Multi-Kilowatt Laser Welding of Steels, Welding Journal, 1996, vol. 75, no. 3, pp. 71s-80s (pdf).


2.   M. J. McNallan and T. DebRoy, Effect of Temperature and Composition on Surface Tension of Fe-Ni-Cr Alloys Containing Sulfur, Metallurgical Transactions, B, 1991, vol. 22B, pp. 557-560 (pdf).


3.   T. Zacharia, S.A. David, J.M. Vitek, and T. DebRoy, Modeling of Interfacial Phenomena in Welding, Metallurgical Transactions, B, 1990, vol. 21B, pp. 600-603 (pdf).


4.   P. Sahoo, T. DebRoy and M. J. McNallan, Surface Tension of Binary Metal-Surface Active Solute Systems under Conditions Relevant to Welding Metallurgy, Metallurgical Transactions, B, 1988, vol. 19B, pp. 483-491 (pdf).



5.   P. Sahoo and T. DebRoy, Interfacial Tension between Low Pressure Argon Plasma and Molten Copper and Iron, Metallurgical Transaction, B, 1987, vol. 18B, pp. 597-601 (pdf).

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