Call For Paper Volume:4 Issue:6 Jun'2017

Method to Neglect Spatter Generation Effect Due to CO2 Welding

Publication Date : 18/04/2016

Author(s) :

Prasad C. Baviskar , Rajat Kaushal , Narendra B. Karwal , Mayur R. Chaudhari.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
Issue 4
(04 - 2016)

Abstract :

In this paper the work study of spatter generation during CO2 welding process of sheet metal product is carried out. The cargo of a truck is consider as example of sheet metal product. Cargo of a truck is a load carrying member consists of three main components i.e. left & right side panel, box floor assembly and tail gate panel. This sheet metal cargo of a truck include CO2 welding process. CO2 welding is welding with shielding gas utilizes the heat of an electric arc established between a continuously feed wire and the work piece. During this process the wire melts and the weld metal is transferred to the work piece. CO2 is mainly used as shielding gas which is why the process is known as CO2 welding. CO2 welding offers advantages as higher efficiency, lower welding cost, and better economy. CO2 welding has a measure disadvantage of spatter generation during welding operation. These spatters generated during CO2 welding operation on finished sheet metal cargo part fall onto the surface and harmfully affect finishing of surface. There are various process and techniques suggested by various publishers to reduce spatter generation but it is almost impossible to completely eliminate it. So this research work proposes suitable technique to neglect the effect of spatter on finished sheet metal cargo part.

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Method to Neglect Spatter Generation Effect Due to CO2 Welding

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