How to classify the ELECTRODES ?
Asked by truth exposed, 02 Feb '13 11:03 am
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The first two digits of an electrode classification indicate the strength of the electrode. This strength is measured in thousands of pounds per square inch (psi). For example, an electrode classified as E80xx has a tensile strength of 80,000 psi. This number also determines the yield strength or point of deformation for low alloy steel electrodes. Subtract 13,000 from the electrode tensile strength to determine the approximate minimum yield strength. For example, the E80xx electrode has yield strength of 63,000 psi.Answered by LIPSIKA, 02 Feb '13 11:55 am
Anode and cathode.Answered by anantharaman, 02 Feb '13 03:01 pm
Like anode and cathode. ...!Answered by Dil Se, 02 Feb '13 12:41 pm
2 types. anode and cathode.Answered by Manoj Joshi, 02 Feb '13 11:22 am
These are classified as per which type of ion it attracts towards itself.. e.g. Which attracts to +ve ions it is -ve electrode...and vice versa (this is not scientific answer donot get bored try to understand the language)Answered by Harish Kulkarni, 02 Feb '13 11:08 am