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Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes
by G.F. Deyev

Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes is a cutting-edge and comprehensive book that details the various courses of action that occur during welding procedures.


  • Provides an understanding of the various processes involved in welding procedures
  • Discusses established and proven procedures that may be used in process development
  • Investigates findings of surface tension of metals in the atmosphere of CO, CO2, air, and gas mixtures
  • Presents data on the influence of welding heat sources on the wettability and spreading of metal melts


  • Characterization of the Fusion Welding Process
  • Some Features of Fusion Welding
  • Welding Heat Sources
  • Fusion Welding Processes
  • Physicochemical Processes of Welded Joint Formation
  • Surface Properties and Phenomena
  • Surface Properties and Phenomena on the Boundaries of Contacting Phases
  • Determination of Surface Properties of Melts
  • Methods of Measurement of the Surface Tension of Solids
  • Metals
  • Methods to Determine the Surface Energy of the Interphases
  • Wettability, Spreading, and Electrocapillary Phenomena
  • Results of Studying the Surface Properties and Phenomena
  • Surface Tension of Molten and Solid Metals
  • Interphase Surface Energies in Metal-Slag and
  • Solid Metal-Melt Systems
  • Wettability and Spreading of Metal Melts Over the Surface of Solids
  • Influence of Welding Heat Sources on Wettability and Spreading
  • Wettability of the Solid Metal by Nonmetal Melts
  • Electrocapillary Phenomena in Metal-Slag System
  • Electrode-Metal Transfer and Surface Phenomena
  • Forces Influencing Electrode-Metal Transfer
  • Transfer and Spatter of Electrode Metal in Welding in a Gaseous Medium
  • Transfer of the Electrode Metal Contacting the Slag
  • Formation of Weld and Deposited Metal
  • Weld and Serviceability of a Welded Structure
  • Formation of the Penetration Zone
  • Formation of the Weld Bead and Root
  • Formation of the Deposited Metal
  • Defects of Weld Shape and Surface Phenomena
  • Non-Metallic Inclusions
  • Non-Metallic Inclusions in the Welds
  • Nucleation of Non-Metallic Inclusions in the Weld Pool
  • Coarsening of Non-Metallic Inclusions in the Weld Pool
  • Removal of Non-Metallic Inclusions from the Weld Pool
  • Porosity in Welds
  • Pores and Performance of a Welded Joint
  • Formation of Gas Bubble Nuclei
  • Formation of Gas Bubble Nuclei in a Heterogeneous
  • Environment
  • Growth of Gas Bubbles in the Weld Pool
  • Escape of Gas Bubbles from the Molten Metal
  • Solidification Cracking
  • Solidification Cracks: Factors Affecting Their Formation and Test Methods
  • Mechanism of the Effect of Metal Melts on the Fracture of Solid Metals
  • Effect of Low-Melting Non-Metallic Melts on the Mechanical Properties of Solid Metals
  • Effect of Low-Melting Melts on Solidification Cracking
  • Development of Welding and Surfacing Technologies with Allowance for Surface Phenomena
  • Welding of Composite Fiber-Reinforced Materials
  • Electron Beam Surfacing
  • Welding and Surfacing of Copper-Steel Parts
  • Manufacture of Metal Cutting Tools with a Deposited Cutting Edge
  • The Role of Surface Phenomena in the Submerged-Arc Welding and Surfacing Processes
  • Surface Phenomena Occurring in Welding and Surfacing in Space


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Surface Phenomena in Fusion Welding Processes
by G.F. Deyev
2005 424 pages $168.95 + shipping
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