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  本篇論文代寫價格-航空航天工程講了在焊接和航空航天工業中經常注意到的其他浪費是滲透問題。有不完全穿透的問題被觀察到。在未焊透的情況下,焊接電流對熔透的影響較小(Norrish, 2006)。必須增加安培數,但是增加安培數的需要通常要等到以後纔會被注意到,這就導致了旅行速度變慢的問題。焊接中也存在不正確的焊炬角度相關問題(Nicholas & Thomas, 1998)。然後是不可接受的焊縫輪廓的問題。本篇論文代寫價格文章由加拿大第一論文 Assignment First輔導網整理,供大家參考閱讀。

  Aim and Objectives of the Project

  Other wastages often noticed in the case of the welding and aerospace industry are the issues of penetration. There are issues of incomplete penetrations that are observed. In the context of incomplete penetration, the welding current effect on penetration is seen to be low (Norrish, 2006). The amperage has to be increased, however the need to increase the amperage is usually not noticed until later and this leads to issues of slow travel speed. Incorrect torch angle related issues also exist in welding (Nicholas & Thomas, 1998). Then there are issues of unacceptable weld profile. Weld profile must be such that it is just right for the joint being projected. Where the weld profile is either too small, or too flat, or has issues of concaveness or convexity then there could be shrinkage introduced later. Line, root and under bead style of cracks are most common here. High residual cracking under stress is an issue that the aerospace industry is usually aware of. In arc welding the zones around the arc could pose issues. It is under the issues introduced because of conventional welding techniques that it was necessary to identify welding techniques which could be useful for improving operational efficiency (Lequeu, et al., 2010).

  2.5. Microstructure of the HAZ zone – The state of material in the Weld (2050 and 7050)

  The state of material in the weld and the microstructure of the Wed zone called the HAZ zone lead for greater understanding of why a new form of welding such as the LFW could be appropriate. In the context of weld ability, the weld ability is defined as the ease with which a welded joint could be so created that it is free from cracks and other properties which could challenge the purpose of making the joint. The capabilities of the welded joint to meet the needed requirements are understood here. In the aircraft manufacturing industry, welded joints are usually created with aluminium alloys of very high strength. The high strength nature that combines with tensile surface pressure are the 2xxx (Aluminium-copper) and 7xxx (Aluminium-zinc) alloys. These are hence used in the manufacturing of the lower surface of the wings and for purpose of fuselage.