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Residual stress and distortion continue to be important issues in shipbuilding and are still subject to large amounts of research. This paper demonstrates how the type of welding process influences the amount of distortion. Many shipyards currently use submerged arc welding (SAW) as their welding process of choice. In this manuscript we compare welds made by SAW with DC gas metal arc welding, pulsed gas metal arc welding, Fronius Cold Metal Transfer (CMT), autogenous laser and laser hybriddoi:10.1179/136217109x406938 fatcat:rimz4bxz5zeq3h65g2l47wqrri