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Bernát Rastislav (Slovak University of Agriculture Nitra, Slovak Republic), Záležák Zoltán (Slovak University of Agriculture Nitra, Slovak Republic), Žarnovský Jozef (Slovak University of Agriculture Nitra, Slovak Republic), Kecskés Norbert (Slovak University of Agriculture Nitra, Slovak Republic), Peniaško Milan (Slovak University of Agriculture Nitra, Slovak Republic), Midor Katarzyna (Silesian University of Technology, Poland)
Monitoring the Quality of Laser Cutting
Multidisciplinary Aspects of Production Engineering, 2018, vol. 1, s. 137-143, rys., tab., bibliogr. 10 poz.
Przemysł maszynowy, Materiałoznawstwo, Inżynieria materiałowa
Engineering industry, Materials science, Materials engineering
streszcz., summ.
The paper presents an analysis of the causes and consequences of nonconformity that has been made in the welding of structural elements. The most frequent incompatibilities in this process were identified and RPN determined for them. The implementation of corrective and preventive actions in the identified critical areas was suggested based on the conducted analysis. After the implementation of corrective actions the re-calculation of the value of the RPN has been made. The paper presents the importance of visual inspection in the process of supervising finished products from the construction welding process. Elements of selected processes carried out in welded structures over two months were analyzed. (original abstract)
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