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Larry Jeffus
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Why do ES welds have large grain sizes?

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The reasons behind ES welds have large grain sizes.

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The grain size of ES welds is larger because the ES welds are generated during the ES welding or Electroslag welding in which the welding of thick material is done. So, the generation of molten metal is high in a given time period and this molten metal is cooled down very slowly. Therefore, the grain size of ES welds is larger.

ES welding- ES welding or Electroslag welding is a type of welding which is used to weld thick material or material whose thickness is greater than 25mm and less than 300mm. ES welding or Electroslag welding is a highly productive and single pass welding

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