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Heat required per unit volume=Input Power/(Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm<sup>2</sup>)) GO

Net heat supplied to the joint Formula

Heat required per unit volume=Heat transfer efficiency*Electrode Potential*Electric Current/(Melting efficiency*Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm<sup>2</sup>))
h<sub>volume</sub>=α*EP*i/(ß*v*A )
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How to obtain net heat supplied to the joint?

The Net heat supplied to the joint formula is obtained by considering heat transfer efficiency and melting efficiency of the joint. From the heat released from electrode, all of it cannot be utilized for melting since part of it would be conducted away from the joint by the base metal as reflected in the heat affected zone. The actual heat distributed into the surrounding metal would depend upon the welding process as well as the process parameters including the joint design.

How to Calculate Net heat supplied to the joint?

Net heat supplied to the joint calculator uses Heat required per unit volume=Heat transfer efficiency*Electrode Potential*Electric Current/(Melting efficiency*Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm2)) to calculate the Heat required per unit volume, The Net heat supplied to the joint formula is obtained by considering heat transfer efficiency and melting efficiency of the joint. Heat required per unit volume and is denoted by hvolume symbol.

How to calculate Net heat supplied to the joint using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Net heat supplied to the joint, enter Heat transfer efficiency (α), Electrode Potential (EP), Electric Current (i), Melting efficiency (ß), Travel speed of the electrode (v) and Area(mm2) (A ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Net heat supplied to the joint calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.000E+9 = 1*50*20/(1*0.005*0.0001).

FAQ

What is Net heat supplied to the joint?
The Net heat supplied to the joint formula is obtained by considering heat transfer efficiency and melting efficiency of the joint and is represented as hvolume=α*EP*i/(ß*v*A ) or Heat required per unit volume=Heat transfer efficiency*Electrode Potential*Electric Current/(Melting efficiency*Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm2)). Heat transfer efficiency is defined as the ratio of actual heat transfer to the theoretical heat transfer, Electrode Potential is the electromotive force of a galvanic cell built from a standard reference electrode and another electrode to be characterized, Electric Current is the time rate of flow of charge through a cross sectional area, Melting efficiency is defined as the ratio of heat required to melt to the actual heat transfer, travel speed of the electrode is the speed at which an electrode travel during arc welding and Area(mm2) is the space occupied by a flat surface or the shape of an object.
How to calculate Net heat supplied to the joint?
The Net heat supplied to the joint formula is obtained by considering heat transfer efficiency and melting efficiency of the joint is calculated using Heat required per unit volume=Heat transfer efficiency*Electrode Potential*Electric Current/(Melting efficiency*Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm2)). To calculate Net heat supplied to the joint, you need Heat transfer efficiency (α), Electrode Potential (EP), Electric Current (i), Melting efficiency (ß), Travel speed of the electrode (v) and Area(mm2) (A ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Heat transfer efficiency, Electrode Potential, Electric Current, Melting efficiency, Travel speed of the electrode and Area(mm2) and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Heat required per unit volume?
In this formula, Heat required per unit volume uses Heat transfer efficiency, Electrode Potential, Electric Current, Melting efficiency, Travel speed of the electrode and Area(mm2). We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Heat required per unit volume=Input Power/(Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm2))
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