Hybrid laser-arc welding of thick-walled ferromagnetic steels with electromagnetic weld pool support

@article{stnda2018HybridLW,
  title={Hybrid laser-arc welding of thick-walled ferromagnetic steels with electromagnetic weld pool support},
  author={{\"O}mer {\"U}st{\"u}ndağ and Andr{\'e} Fritzsche and Vjaceslav Avilov and Andrey Gumenyuk and M. Rethmeier},
  journal={Welding in the World},
  year={2018},
  volume={62},
  pages={767-774}
}
The hybrid laser-arc welding (HLAW) process provides many advantages over laser welding and arc welding alone, such as high welding speed, gap bridgeability, and deep penetration. The developments in hybrid laser-arc welding technology using modern high-power lasers allow single-pass welding of thick materials. This technology can be used for the heavy metal industries such as shipbuilding, power plant fabrication, and line-pipe manufacturing. The obvious problem for single-pass welding is the… CONTINUE READING

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