The basics is that one needs to know client specifications for base material type, welding position, welding process to be used, joint configuration (single V, single bevel, J prep, compounded weld, etc....), heat input allowed.
Then, the consumable selection is taken into account because a WPS and WQ will be required (I imagine).
After running the procedure qualification, then you know what to do and how to do the job.
On Thu, 30 Dec 2010 12:03:09 +0530 "kshitish tripathy"email@example.com wrote
KINDLY SUGGEST ME THAT AS PER IS CODE WHAT WILL BE THE CONSUMABLE SELECTION WHILE WELDING THE JOINT OF DIFFERENT THICKNESSES. WHETHER THE GROOVE DESIGN & CONSUMABLE SELECTION WILL BE AS PER LOWER THICKNESS ONE. IN WHICH NUMBER OF IS CODE IT IS THERE; PL. GUIDE ME.
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