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Question: In linear gas tungsten arc welding of two plates of the same material, the peak temperature T (in K) is given as T-14, where q is the heat input per unit length (in J m) of weld, is the thermal diffusivity (in m/s) of the plate materials and C1 is a constant independent of process parameters and material types. Two welding cases are given below. C1q Case 1: Case II: v-15 V, 1-200 A, -5 mm/s, k 150 W/mK, 3000 kg/m3, C 900 J/kg-K V= 15 V, 1-300 A, v = 10 mm/s, k = 50 W/mK, = 8000 kg/m", C = 450 J/kg-K where, Vis welding voltage, I is welding current, v is welding speed, and k, and C refer to the thermal conductivity, the density and the specific heat of the plate materials, respectively. Consider that electrical energy is completely converted to thermal energy. All other conditions remain same. The ratio of the peak temperature in Case I to that in Case II is 1 (C) 1 (D) 2 3 2
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