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  • LASOX - How U. S. Shipbuilding Revolutionized Laser Cutting, CAHILL, 2003 - SNAME
    As technology has developed, the hand-operated gas torch has given way to computer numerical control oxy - fuel systems, CNC plasma cutting systems on water tables , multi-headed systems on a single gantry, dry plasma, and, more recently, laser cutting.
  • Welding and cutting of materials
    Table 2 - Major thermal cutting processes Operating mechanism Thickness capability Applicable materials Oxy - fuel gas cutting Flame melting plus air jet Up to 20 in./500 mm Steels mostly, also Al, most Cu Oxygen-arc cutting Exothermic reaction with metal; works underwater �
  • Energy and The Environment: Scientific and Technological Principles
    2 See Table 2.3. 3 Methane is a common gaseous fuel , ethylene is not used as a fuel but as a feed stock for polyethylene plastic, and acetylene is the fuel for the oxy -acetylene torch used for welding and cutting metals.
  • http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/8138/51832509-MIT.pdf?sequence=2
    In accordance with the values presented in Table 7.4 the material removal rate lies in the � The plasma or oxy - fuel cutting machines used to trim the stock plate generally boast a 2 to 3 Axis CNC controller and cost between $100K and $300K.
  • Scenarios of U.S. Carbon Reductions: Potential Impacts of Energy-Efficient and Low-Carbon Technologies by 2010 and Beyond
    4.46 The Industrial Sector Chapter 4 Table 4.15 Summary of Technology Examples J?T p � Cross- cutting Motor Systems 2010 l Y E Glass Glass Batch/ Cullet Preheater Technology 2010 l Y F Glass Advanced Burner Technology 2010 l Y F Glass Oxy - Fuel Process 2010 l N F Glass Produdng Oxygen More Efficiently 2020 l Y �
  • EU194 in the United Kingdom
    The plasma processes used were generally found to produce results that confirmed to Class I quality classification, while the CO2 laser and oxy - fuel flame results were mostly Class II. Nd:YAG laser cutting is not covered by the standard and, as a result, no entry for this can be found in Table II.