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carbon arc

n
1. (Electrical Engineering)
a. an electric arc produced between two carbon electrodes, formerly used as a light source
b. (as modifier): carbon-arc light.
2. (Electrical Engineering)
a. an electric arc produced between a carbon electrode and material to be welded
b. (as modifier): carbon-arc welding.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carbon arc - has carbon electrodescarbon arc - has carbon electrodes    
arc lamp, arc light - a lamp that produces light when electric current flows across the gap between two electrodes
klieg light - carbon arc lamp that emits an intense light used in producing films
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Arcair, an ESAB brand, says it introduced the AirPro X4000 torch and cable for manual carbon arc gouging, a process synonymous with the Arcair name, at EuroBLECH 2018.
They settled on eight carbon arc lamps spaced 320 yards apart, which emitted the equivalent light of 48,000 candles.
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The remote also includes the Auto-Bind feature and includes settings for welding with American Welding Society (AWS) EXX10 and EXX18 series of stick electrodes, as well as offering the ability to air carbon arc gouge.
reported the effect of substrate bias on the structural, nanomechanical, field emission, and ammonia gas sensing properties of nitrogenated amorphous carbon films embedded with nanocrystallites (a-C:N:nc) deposited by a filtered anodic jet carbon arc (FAJCA) technique.
Various welding tasks were performed during the wear tests that included both carbon arc and stick welding.
The carbon arc plasma temperature for different applied experimental conditions are determined by Boltzmann intensity ratio method [21] as given in 1) using relative intensities of spectral lines emitted from the carbon species in arc plasma:
In this figure, the tube is not only failing to maintain its resistivity, it is also starting to suffer from carbon arc tracking, a phenomenon where a conductive path is burned along the surface of the part.
The machine offers excellent carbon arc gouging performance, and the generator is able to power Spectrum plasma cutters for additional cutting and gouging flexibility.
The machine offers two independent welding arcs up to 400 amps (no interaction between the arcs), and the ability to parallel both independent welding outputs to create an extremely powerful 800 amps of welding power for running large electrodes, stud welding and carbon arc gouging (up to 3/8-inch carbons).