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weldment

[weld-muh nt] /ˈwɛld mənt/
noun
1.
a welded assembly.
Origin of weldment
1940-1945
1940-45; weld1 + -ment
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  • The cylinders are mounted to a weldment that is bolted to the top of the gripper.
  • Bright field optical micrograph of beryllium weldment prior to immersion in chloride solution.
  • In general, the weldment specimens showed more of a flat or constant creep rate region than the base metal specimens.
  • The microstructure and thermal history determine the physical properties and serviceability of the resulting weldment.
  • Unauthorized repairs shall be grounds for outright rejection of the weldment.
  • The lift link structure is a combination of high strength steel weldment and stainless steel casting.
  • Failure of weldment specimens occurred in roughly the center of the weld fusion zone.
  • Radiographs of the spheres were made at a wide angle to the weldment.

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