Electricity is a useful, but dangerous source of energy if not handled safely, presenting the risk of appliance damage, electrical fires, physical harm, and more. As a result, much care is put into the design of electrical systems and the various components that are used to transport electricity. Electrical fuses are standard safety devices found in numerous assemblies and applications, serving as sacrificial devices that guard appliances and circuits from electrical overload conditions. Electronic fuses, or eFuses, are a specialized IC fuse type, capable of replacing conventional variations due to their capabilities. With more rapid and accurate intervention, and the ability to continue functioning without replacement, such parts can be extremely advantageous for numerous uses.
Welding is a process of joining two or more parts together through the application of high heat that causes fusion through the cooling of melting surfaces. Electrical resistance welding in particular is a process in which an electric arc and pressure are used for the joining of elements. With the use of a powerful arc, metal pieces may be melted down and forged together through fusion. First invented in the 19th century, electric resistance welding still remains a popular procedure for many applications due to its various advantages over other welding types.
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