Role of welding at the economical development of Ukraine in the fi rst post-war decade.

  • Olexandr Litvinov
Keywords: automatic welding, the Institute of Electric Welding, technologies, welding machines, hardware, research laboratories

Abstract

The article deals with the implementation of the electric welding technologies to the national economy, the metal welding automation at enterprises, which contributed to the intensifi cation of production, the increase in labour productivity. Progressive high technologies were particularly relevant in terms of post-war reconstruction of industry, transport and mines. Since 1947 the automatic production of steam boilers, tanks, ships, mining trolleys etc. were widely implemented to the industry of USSR. The scientifi c support of welding roduction modernization was given by the Institute of Electric Welding named after E. Paton. The welding machines installed on conveyors at enterprises contributed to increasing productivity and reducing energy consumption per unit of output. In the 1950s the original welding machines – automatic machines for mass production of similar products − were created. The unique scientifi c developments of the Institute of Electric Welding named after E. Paton led it out to the forefront of world science and technology.

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Published
2017-09-02
How to Cite
Litvinov, O. (2017). Role of welding at the economical development of Ukraine in the fi rst post-war decade. Scientific Notes on Ukrainian History, (35), 235-239. Retrieved from https://snouh.com/index.php/journal/article/view/237
Section
PART IV. HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNICS