Mild Steel

 

Description

Mild Steel

Weldability is a term used to describe the relative ease or difficulty with which a metal or alloy can be welded. The better the weldability, the easier it is to weld. However, weldability is a complicated property, as it encompasses the metallurgical compatibility of the metal or alloy with a specific welding process, its ability to be welded with mechanical soundness, and the capacity of the resulting weld to perform satisfactorily under the intended service conditions.