Z94.12.7 Welding

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INDUCTION BRAZING. A brazing process in which the heat required is obtained from the resistance of the work to induced electric current.

INDUCTION WELDING. A welding process wherein coalescence is produced by the heat obtained from resistance of the work to induced electric current, with or without the application of pressure.

INTERMITTENT WELD. A weld wherein the continuity of the weld is broken by recurring unwelded spaces.

INTERPASS TEMPERATURE. In a multiple-pass weld, the temperature (minimum or maximum as specified) of the deposited weld metal before the next pass is started.

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