Welding Essentials: Questions and Answers

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defect
A discontinuity or discontinuities that by nature or accumulated effect render a part or product unable to meet minimum applicable acceptance standards or specifications. The term designates rejection.
defecto
Una o varias discontinuidades que por naturaleza, o por efecto cumulativo, hacen que una pieza o conjunto sea incapaz de satisfacer el m nimo est ndar de aceptaci n o el m nimo l mite de las especificaciones para las cuales fu dise ado. El t rmino implica rechazamiento.
deposited metal
Filler metal that has been added during welding, brazing, or soldering.
metal depositado
El metal de aportaci n que ha sido a adido durante el proceso de soldadura.
deposition rate
The weight of filler material deposited in a unit of time.
velocidad de dep sito
El peso de material depositado en la unidad de tiempo.
depth of bevel
The perpendicular distance from the base metal surface to the root edge or the beginning of the root face.
profundidad del chafl n
La distancia perpendicular entre la superficie del material de base y la orilla de la ra z, o el comienzo de la cara de la ra z.
depth of fusion
The distance that fusion extends into the base metal or previous bead from the surface melted during welding.
profundidad de la fusi n
La distancia que la fusi n se extiende desde la superficie fundida hasta el metal de base o hasta un cord n de soldadura aplicado previamente.
diode
Diodes are check valves for electricity. They will pass current in only one direction, from plus to minus, and are...

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