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What is stick welding?

Stick WeldingStick Welding, otherwise called Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or Covered Electrode, the most generally utilized of the different bend welding measures, uses a fixed length terminal and an electric force source to join a wide range of metals. The center of the secured cathode comprises of a strong metal bar that is encircled by a covering of mineral mixes and metal powders blended in with a coupling operator to assist them with holding fast to the outside of the terminal. The center pole transmits electric flow to the curve and gives filler metal to the joint. The sizes and kinds of cathodes for Stick Welding characterize the curve voltage prerequisites (inside the general scope of 16 to 40 volts) and the amperage necessities (inside the general scope of 20 to 550 amp). The current might be either rotating or direct contingent upon the anode utilized, yet the force source must have the option to control the degree of current inside a sensible range to react to the unpredictable factors of the welding cycle itself.The essential elements of the anode covering are to give circular segment security and to shield liquid metal from the climate with gases made as the covering decays from the warmth of the curve. This protecting controls the mechanical properties, substance piece, and metallurgical structure of the weld metal, just as the curve qualities of the anode. The organization of the cathode covering changes as indicated by the sort of terminal.Why use Stick Welding?Stick Welding is an incredibly adaptable cycle regarding area and condition of the activity. Welding should be possible inside, outside, on a creation line, a boat, an extension, a petroleum treatment facility, a crosscountry pipeline, or comparable sorts of areas. Gas and water hoses are not required, and welding links broaden essentially past the force source. In far off territories, fuel or diesel-controlled units can be utilized.Gear is generally straightforward, reasonable and compact.Helper gas protecting or granular motion are not needed.The cycle is less touchy to wind and draft than gas-protected circular segment welding measures.It very well may be utilized in regions where access is restricted.The cycle is reasonable for the greater part of the normally utilized metals and combinations.

How advanced could our civilization have gotten if fossil fuels weren’t available?

Some civilizations became quite advanced without “essential” elements like big livestock that could pull transport, the wheel, steel, ocean-going ships, formal public or higher education systems, character-based alphabets, rule of law, entrepreneurial activity, seaports, road systems, etc. so clearly it can be done without “fossil” fuels although relying on wood charcoal for process heating instead of coal would greatly retard all metals development and quantities which is a very big constraint as running out of convenient trees to make wood charcoal from was a big problem.Advancing earlier into electricity would be one process, hydropower is one of our oldest technologies for waterwheel-power and a hydroelectric dam builds on that with the wheel spinning magnets eventually as a high efficiency turbine but low efficiency in wooden water wheels with concrete dams (a 2,500 year old material), copper wires (ancient jewelry-making technique) coated in pine tar, natural rubber, etc. would be doable and the Baghdad battery shows how low tech this can be. Putting the waterwheel at the bottom of a man-made waterfall with a drop of over 50′ down makes for efficient and fuel-free power generation and would shift population and activity to rivers in hilly or mountainous regions. With the amount of electricity that hydropower can produce, aluminum becomes feasible and can be used in place of many older metals on all sorts of things. With electricity it’s easy to separate hydrogen from water for another very useful fuel for blimps and zeppelins, vehicles, etc. as well as making steel, smelting copper, etc. with electric arc furnaces.Windmills can also be a primitive and powerful power source, 1,500+ year old tech while electrical generation was worked out by 1896 in Denmark so not as daunting in materials science as modern ones are, the basic windmill technologies used very old materials and could have been built by the Copper Age or even high Stone Age.Steam-power if limited just to wood for fuel would be very constrained by the bulk and volume of fuel needed so much less useful for powering ocean-going ships but riverboats/barges did well with it in heavily wooded rivers. Locomotives originally ran on it into the late 19th Century so railroads would remain an option although the amount of iron and steel required runs back into that constraint of wood charcoal availability for making those in quantity after a while. Steam-powered farm equipment both stable and mobile as well as steam-powered cars and trucks were late 19th Century technologies, some starting with firewood so those wouldn’t be impossible.Distillation of fermented (high sugar content) fruits, grains, beets, wood waste, etc. is also low-tech, perhaps 1,300 years old in our timeline, and with repeated distillations (3–5 times) you get to ethanol, a decent liquid fuel for engines albeit significantly less energy intensive than coal, natural gas, or petroleum. It’d power small engines, vehicles, electrical generators far from other sources, and maybe short-distance aircraft.So it’s doable and may have been done, there’s ancient aluminum, electro-plated gold work, tunnels without the residue of wood torches or candles for illumination, etc..

What are the device/actions electricians use that burn wires to circuits?

No burning is involved.1. Soldering.By far the most common. Solder is a low melting point alloy, which is converted from solid to liquid by a source of heat (usually an electric heater). The liquid metal flows into a pool or meniscus which forms a joint between two components..In order to adhere properly to both halves the liquid metal must flow into all the voids, and form a contact angle <90° ( much less, preferably), a condition known as wetting in any solid/liquid interface. This needs chemical cleanliness on both halves. These two requirements, wetting and cleanliness, are improved by the application of flux . Flux may be applied as a liquid, a foam cascade in a soldering machine, or as resin cores within solder wire for hand soldering.Traditional solder was made of an alloy of tin and lead, but concerns over toxicity mean modern Solders use a range of alternative metals like bismuth or antimony.1a - reflow Soldering.Reflow is a.version of the soldering technique where heat is applied over a large area with hot air or infra-red lamps, rather than at a point with heated metal tips (Soldering irons).2. Silver solderingEssentially the same process, but with a harder alloy being melted. Silver solder is rare in electronics, and only used where highly corrosive atmospheres cannot be avoided.The higher melting point may require some sort of gas flame as a heat source, meaning the component design must be done with care. Fluxes are still needed, but are specific to the process.3. Brazing.Brazing is essentially the same process again, but involves melting brass to make the joint. The melting point is higher again, so gas brazing is pretty much inevitable. Again, the right flux is required.You won't come across this in PCB work. But it is used in very high current applications like kilo-amp motor drives.4. Spot weldingThis uses the heat of an electrical arc to join bits of metal, exactly the way it is used in car body manufacture.Spot welding uses no extra metal to form the joints, but rather melts the surfaces of two components into each other. The joint must be clean beforehand, but no flux is applied. Although the heat is intense, it is very locally applied and very briefly, so adjacent components are relatively unaffected.You will probably only come across spot welding in the straps joining electrical cells into batteries, or the mass production of cheap power tools or things like hairdressing devices. The filaments of tungsten light bulbs are spot welded to the steel support wires; the nichrome elements in toasters maybe spot welded to copper connection tabs.5. Gas weldingMig, Tig, or oxy-acetelene welding might seem overkill for electrical joints, and the sorts of gas-axe used by mechanics can be. But I have seen gas welded high current cable joints.

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