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Larry Jeffus
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What force holds the molten weld pool in place on an overhead weld?

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The force which holds the molten weld pool in place on an overhead weld.

Explanation

Welding in vertical positions is one of the difficult welding techniques and should be carried out meticulously. The welding is vertical position is called the "out of position" welding and it is also the most common one.

The molten weld pool is in liquid state and surface tension force comes into existence for liquid metal.

In the overhead position, the molten weld pool is kept in position by the surface tension.

  

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