Unweld

Un`weld´


a.1.Unwieldy; unmanageable; clumsy.
Our old limbs move [may] well be unweld.
- Chaucer.
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Unlike in an office building where ceiling panels can be moved to install newer systems, a ship has an inaccessible structure that is costly to unweld for digital upgrades.
Deformation of weld and unweld samples was studied through elastic modulus, strength, and the energy to break the samples.
Comparison of Tensile Data from Unwelded, Half Welded and Full Welded Test Specimens Data Set UTS MPa 0.2% Yield Strength MPa E% No Weld 340.2 306.9 1.94 Std.
An approach to predicting the overall strengths of unwelded bimrocks and bimsoils.
Mintz, "Atmospheric Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility of Welded and Unwelded 304, 304L, and 316L Austenitic Stainless Steels Commonly Used for Dry Cask Storage Containers Exposed to Marine Environments," U.S.NRC Report, 2010.
A generalized conceptual empirical approach is used to predict the overall strength of unwelded bimrocks and bimsoils [4].
Constructed with welded or unwelded runners, the welded version is ideal for automated warehouse systems.
The current literature only reviews the effects of sterilization on unwelded test specimens [10, 12, 13].
A series of analyses was performed on the unwelded and welded materials:
At present, the effect of oxidation temperature on bare material or unwelded structure of Al-Mg alloy is well established.
If a postweld heat treatment is not performed, the aluminum in the fusion and heat-affected zones is left in a softer state than the unwelded sections, which makes it susceptible to failures like those seen in our testing [19].