Calculation of cross section area and deposition rate
- Choice between different weld geometries
- Consideration of gaps, reinforcement and spatter loss
Energy input from interpolated parameters
- Choice of welding processes
- High speed videos of welding processes
- Process range of travel and wirefeed speed are estimated in respect to welding process and position
Economic comparison for manual to automatic welding systems
- Costs of investment, labor, shielding gas and filler material
- Presentation of Fronius welding systems
- Metric and Imperial Calculation
- Worksheets can be saved and sent to other Weld Wizard Users
This App is used for calculating single layer weld seams. The maximum thicknesses of the plates are limited based on realistic possible single layer weld seams.
To assist welders, welding supervisors and inspection personnel to control welding heat input in the field.
Welding heat input is one of the most difficult aspects of welding to control out in the field, because the Heat Input (HI) is a function of the welding current, voltage and travel speed. While many modern power sources will give a reading for the voltage and amperage, when performing manual or semi-automatic welding, the travel speed can only be calculated in hindsight, and hence the heat input can also only be calculated in hindsight. This means that controlling heat input turns into a trial and error endeavour. The Heat Input Helper (HIH) application has been developed to overcome this difficulty by giving a continuous feedback regarding the maximum and minimum distances that should have been welded to stay within the target maximum and minimum heat input limits.
How Heat Input Helper Works:
By entering the actual Voltage, Amperage and weld length, along with the target values for maximum and minimum heat input, the application provides you with a constant visual output of the maximum and minimum distances that you should have welded to be within those heat input limits. It therefore soon becomes apparent if the welder's travel speed is too fast or too slow, and timely remedial action becomes possible.
Heat Input Helper Application Features:
1) Continuous minimum and maximum weld distances are shown, to give continuous feedback regarding progress required to stay within the target maximum and minimum heat input values.
2) You can use millimetre or inch units.
3) Heat inputs are continuously logged during the weld run, so if the voltage and amperage parameters are adjusted during the weld run, the new parameter values are only applicable to the time in which they remain active, and do not influence previously logged values.
4) A pause button is provided, to allow for times when the welder needs to break the arc.
5) A delay timer is built into the heat input helper application. This will assist a welder that wants to perform his own heat input checks, when s/he does not have anybody else to push the buttons for him / her. This function will perform the specified delay (say 6 seconds) before commencing the timer, and deduct this same amount of time from the total time when pressing the pause or finish button.
6) At the end of the weld run, the average heat input and the welding travel speed of the weld run is shown. This allows you to record these without further calculation, if required.
An HTML5 version of the heat input helper application is freely available for use and evaluation on the WelderPassport website. Please visit: www.welderpassport.com to evaluate the application.
Please note that the calculators are open for TRIAL purposes and have to be BOUGHT INDIVIDUALLY for unlimited use. This gives users an option to try them out before they decide to buy the calculators
The current calculators are -
1. Arc Welding Heat Input Calculator
2. Carbon Equivalent and Composition Parameter (Pcm) Calculator
3. Pre-heat and Interpass Temperature Calculator
4. Maximum Hi-Lo of ID of a Pipe
5. Specific Location Hi-Lo of a Pipe
For a demo of these calculators, visit: www.axoncalc.com
Also, you should sign up for updates either on the website (www.axoncalc.com) or through the app itself.
Using input from customers, welders, engineers, floor managers, trainers, and internal staff we have created the most robust, user-friendly collection of welding-specific calculators in one, elegant and easy-to-use app.
The AMI Welding Calculator app includes the following features:
• Heat Input Calculation
• Energy Density Calculation
• Power Ratio Calculation
• IPM and RPM Conversions
• Pulse Conversions
• Deposition Rate
Users can also save or share calculations using the mobile operating system sharing capabilities. Users can also select either English or Metric units. Logic within the app clearly prompts the user for valid input using a unique input block system.
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