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Larry Jeffus
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What factors other than carbon affect a steel's ability to be welded?

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Factors that affect the weldability of steel other than carbon.

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The carbon steel is classified depending upon percentage content of alloying element. Plane carbon steel has carbon along with low concentration of manganese and silicon. According to the carbon content it is further classified as low, medium and high carbon steel. In carbon steel, some amount of manganese and silicon are added to improve working quality. Approximately all the carbon steels are welded with one of techniques. On increment of carbon content the weldability decreases...

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