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A Study on Factors Affecting the Tensile Welding Strength of Joint Using Taguchi Methods: A Review

Sejin Jacob John, Shaheen Beg Mughal, Ajay Singh Sikarwar

Abstract


The welding process over the period of time has grown into a more formidable process. Its application has also increased manifolds. However, with the increase in applications, it is also important to know the about the factors which affects the most on the strength of the welds. In this paper, the tensile strength of the welded joint has been considered. The factors considered for the research are on the basis of the literature review which is the main part of
this paper. Moreover, for the research work, the Taguchi Design of experiments has been taken.


Keywords


Tensile Strength, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Taguchi Method

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