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BW

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BOTSWANA.

BW

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Botswana. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Botswanan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Botswana. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Botswana. Each district has its own code with the prefix "BW." For example, the code for the Central District is ISO 3166-2:BW-CE.

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Type 1 was considered to be the most appropriate choice for the laser beam butt joint welding of S355 structural steel.
It is also important to note that the minimal required amplitude with linear welding to achieve 80% of the base material strength is slightly lower than previously reported with the standard butt joint.
1 M:2002 for the evaluation of the stresses due to re-alignment of welded sheet in butt joint configuration with an initial offset.
In the case of fiber laser-GMA hybrid welding of the mild steel S355 of a thickness of 6 mm in a butt joint with a 5 kW fiber laser and a GMA source of 450 W, Fellman and Salminen reported [34] that the focal point above the surface will achieve full penetration when trailing the GMA torch with a lower welding speed compared to the focal point below the surface as the molten metal flows to the front of the keyhole, ensuring full penetration.
The joint types were L-shaped and named rabbet 1, rabbet 2, dado, and butt joint as shown in Figure 4.
A special mold was designed to create tensile butt joint specimens of variable thickness [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
An alternative butt joint which converts the rod to a 13-footer is the key to fine balance and great performance.
4-mm x thickness (6 x 1-in x thickness) bar, which is then routed down to a standard ASTM D638 tensile test specimen with the vibration-welded butt joint in its center, as shown in Fig.
Each glass sheet is clamped in a butt joint with its neighbour and hung on stainless-steel cables running from ground to roof level.
Effective immediately, the special glass PYRANOVA can even be used as butt joint glazing in wooden frames in fire resistance classes up to EI 90.