Browsing by Supervisor "Apps, R. L."

Browsing by Supervisor "Apps, R. L."

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  • Allum, C. J. (Cranfield University, 1982)
    The last decade has seen a considerable growth in the exploitation of deep sea mineral reserves. Accompanying these developments has come the need for suitable underwater repair and uainten-nce techniques. one such technique ...
  • Mota, J. M. F. (Cranfield University, 1979-05)
    A less well known form of transverse cracking in carbon manganese and low alloy steel weld metals, generally referred to as chevron cracking, has been found in a large number of industrial welds. These cracks are characterized ...
  • Scotti, A. (Cranfield University, 1991-09)
    The feasibility of fully automatic GMAW processes may rely on the development of sophisticated equipment to emulate the manual welding torch oscillation pattern or on the development of high level methods of control to ...
  • Modenesi, P. J. (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Industrial Science, 1990-04)
    The J-laying technique for the construction of offshore pipelines requires a fast welding process that can produce sound welds in the horizontal-vertical position. The suitability of narrow gap gas metal arc welding (NG-GMA ...
  • Foote, W. J. (Cranfield University, 1986-03)
    The welding of C-Mn steels using the pulsed current MIG welding process was investigated. Following initial work on the basic fusion characteristics, the process was applied to the production of closed butt joint linepipe ...