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Larry Jeffus
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Why is the FCA welding process not used for open-root critical welds?

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Reasons behind the FCA welding process not using for open root critical welds.

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Flux coated arc (FCA) welding process uses a continuous fed consumable typeof electrode. It may be semiautomatic or automatic process. In closed roots, the two members touch each other with no gap between them, whereas, the open root has a significant gap between the members which is calles root opening.The gases produced during welding do not leave from the welded area before the metal hardens. Therefore, it produes holes in the welded metal...

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