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WELDING JOURNAL

Instructions and Suggestions for Preparation of Feature Articles

Text

  • approximately 1500–3500 words in length

  • submit hard copy

  • submissions via disk or electronic transmission — preferred format is Mac but common PC files are also acceptable

  • acceptable disks include floppy, zip, and CD.

Format

  • include a title

  • include a subtitle or “blurb” highlighting major point or idea

  • include all author names, titles, affiliations, geographic locations

  • separate paper into sections with headings

Photos/Illustrations/Figures

  • glossy prints, slides, or transparencies are acceptable

  • black and white and color photos must be scanned at a minimum of 300 dpi

  • line art should be scanned at 1000 dpi

  • photos must include a description of action/object/ person and relevance for use as a caption

  • prints must be a minimum size of 4 in. x 6 in., making certain the photo is sharp

  • do not embed the figures or photos in the text

  • acceptable electronic format for photos and figures are EPS, JPEG, and TIFF. TIFF format is preferred.

Other

  • illustrations should accompany article

  • drawings, tables, and graphs should be legible for

reproduction and labeled with captions

  • references/bibliography should be included at the end

of the article

Editorial Deadline

  • January issue deadline is November 11

  • February issue deadline is December 10

  • March issue deadline is January 13

  • April issue deadline is February 10

  • May issue deadline is March 10

  • June issue deadline is April 9

  • July issue deadline is May 12

  • August issue deadline is June 13

  • September issue deadline is July 11

  • October issue deadline is August 11

  • November issue deadline is September 12

  • December issue deadline is October 10

Suggested topics for articles

  • case studies, specific projects

  • new procedures, “how to”

  • applied technology

Mail to: Andrew Cullison Editor, Welding Journal 550 NW LeJeune Road Miami, FL 33126 (305) 443-9353, x 249; FAX (305) 443-7404 cullison@aws.org

Correction

There was incorrect information in Table 5 on pg 320-S of the November

elding Journal for the paper “Evaluation of Necessary

Delay before Inspection for Hydrogen Cracks,” by R. Pargeter. The corrected table is below.

Table 5 — Guidelines for Delay Time before Inspection for C-Mn Steels of Yield Strength of up to and Including 450 N/mm2 and up to 50 mm Thick

Arc Energy,

Heat Input,

kJ/mm (kJ/in.)

kJ/mm (kJ/in.)

Delay Time before Inspection (at an ambient temperature of 20°C [68°F])

£3 (£76) £3.5 (£89) 3.5–5 (89–127)(b) (a) (b)

£2.4 (£61) £3.5 (£89) 3.5–5 (89–127)(b) (a) (b)

Observed greatest delay time for crack initiation, h

Proposed ultrasonic inspection, h

4.7 12.3 16.5

12 24 36

  • (a)

    For SMAW only.

  • (b)

    For SAW only.

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