Welding Essentials: Questions and Answers

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impact strength
The ability of a material to resist shock, dependent on both strength and ductility of the material.
resistencia al impacto
La habilidad de un material a resistir una carga de choque y que depende de su resistencia y su ductilidad.
inclusion
Entrapped foreign solid material, such as slag, flux, tungsten, or oxide.
inclusi n
Part cula extra a de metal s lida, as como escoria, fundente, tungsteno, u xidos, que se halla atrapada en la soldadura.
incomplete fusion
A weld discontinuity in which fusion did not occur between weld metal and fusion faces or adjoining weld beads.
fusi n incompleta
Una discontinuidad en la que la fusi n entre el material fundido y las caras de fusi n o los cordones de soldadura m s cercanas.
incomplete joint penetration
A joint root condition in a groove weld in which weld metal does not extend through the joint thickness.
penetraci n incompleta de la juntura
En una soldadura de ranura, una condici n de la ra z de la soldadura en la que el metal de soldadura no se extiende a todo lo ancho de la juntura.
inert gas
A gas that normally does not combine chemically with other elements or compounds.
gas inerte
Un gas que normalmente no se combina quimicamente con ning n otro material.
infrared radiation
Electromagnetic energy with wave lengths 770 to 12,000 nanometers.
radiaci n infrarroja
Ondas electro-magn ticas cuyas longitudes de onda van de 770 a 12.000 nanometros.
injector torch
An injector-type torch is used to increase the effective use...

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