- A method of welding, using as a fuel a combination of the two gases - oxygen and acetylene.
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oxygen-acetylene welding — noun : gas welding with oxygen and acetylene … Useful english dictionary
welding — Art of fastening metals (or plastic) together by means of interfusing them. They are heated to a suitable temperature. In some cases pressure is used to bond them together. In other cases a filler material (solder) is used to join them. Among the … Dictionary of automotive terms
Welding — is a fabrication process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing coalescence. This is often done by melting the workpieces and adding a filler material to form a pool of molten material (the weld puddle ) that cools to… … Wikipedia
acetylene — [ə set′ l ēn΄] n. [ ACETYL + ENE] a colorless, poisonous, highly flammable gaseous hydrocarbon, HC⋮CH, produced by the reaction of water and calcium carbide: used in organic compound synthesis, for lighting, and with oxygen in welding: the… … English World dictionary
Acetylene — HCCH redirects here. For other uses, see HCCH (disambiguation). Acetylene … Wikipedia
acetylene — A gas composed of two parts of carbon and two parts of hydrogen. When burned in an atmosphere of oxygen, it produces one of the highest flame temperatures obtainable for welding. Also see oxygen acetylene cutting … Dictionary of automotive terms
Oxygen — This article is about the chemical element and its most stable form, O2 or dioxygen. For other forms of this element, see Allotropes of oxygen. For other uses, see Oxygen (disambiguation). nitrogen ← oxygen → fluorine ↑ O ↓ … Wikipedia
acetylene — acetylenic /euh set l en ik/, adj. /euh set l een , in/, n. Chem. a colorless gas, C2H2, having an etherlike odor, produced usually by the action of water on calcium carbide or by pyrolysis of natural gas: used esp. in metal cutting and welding,… … Universalium
welding — Technique for joining metallic parts, usually through the application of heat. Discovered in the 1st millennium AD during attempts to manipulate iron into useful shapes, the technique produced a strong, tough blade. Welding traditionally involved … Universalium
acetylene — A colorless gas burned in combination with oxygen for oxyacetylene welding. Explosive, especially if used in welding with Flammable!gauge pressures over 15 psig (30 psig absolute). It has a garlic like odor. Tank sizes available are 10, 40, 75 … Glossary of Art Terms