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Iron and Steel Welding

Naturevolume 135page966 (1935) | Download Citation

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THE enormous change in the general outlook on welding which has taken place during the last twelve or fifteen years was never so well exemplified as by the attendance of some nine hundred persons at the first meeting of the symposium on the welding of iron and steel organised by the Iron and Steel Institute with the co-operation of fifteen other scientific and technical societies, and held at the Institution of Civil Engineers on May 2-3. Sir Harold Carpenter presided, and pointed out that the whole question of welding had been raised by Dr. H. J. Gough for the consideration of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.

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