Motivation Drives the Moraine Valley Weld Lab
Instructors and students forge a working relationship stoked by professionalism and high expectations
H. M. Woodward
Monitor Measures Students' Welds
A microcontroller transmits arc voltage data for instant feedback on a student's welding proficiency
The Great Debate:
Plasma or Oxyfuel?
The authors narrow the choice between two
popular cutting processes
s. Hidden and B. Buhler
Research + Patience = Transfer to Production
Technology transfer from research to production is not always a fast affair
Hands-on Problem Solvers
WELDING RESEARCH SUPPLEMENT
*Development of Flux and
Filler Metal for Brazing Magnesium Alloy AZ31B (pdf)
Alumina-Niobium Interfaces via Liquid-Film-Assisted Joining (pdf)
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WELDING JOURNAL - March 2005, Volume 84, Number 3