DUMITRU TITI CICIC, CORNELIU RONTESCU, ANA MARIA BOGATU, CATALIN GHEORGHE AMZA, OANA ROXANA CHIVU THE INFLUENCE OF THE DEPOSIT PARAMETERS ON THE MEDIUM CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE WELDED JOINT Recipient type products from energetic and chemical industry undergo a wide combined process of corrosion and ware, due to working environment. In order to put this products back in use, in a shorter period of time, welding reconditioning procedures are applied which mainly aim to restore the geometrical configuration but also the characteristics growth. Any welding technology applied, involves melting a filler material but also a part of the base material, mixing them, thereby obtaining the welded joint. The paper present the experimental results obtained in determining the optimal parameters for Metal Active Gas welding deposit that are going to be used for the restoration of some components from energetic and chemical industry and that are highlighting the dependence between the deposit parameters and the chemical composition of the juncture.
Keywords: cladding, renewal, building-up welding, average chemical composition