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Explanation: Смысл здесь в том, что возможна правка разных видов тонкостенных конструкция. "В частности сварных" добавлено, потому что их обычно тяжелее править, и автор особо указывает, что это также возможно. "Specifically" ограничивает смысл в основном сварными конструкциями, а "including" просто уточняет его (как в оригинале). I think "including" is more appropriate.
I believe that "including" is what the author meant here, rather than "namely" and the like.
Thank you all, guys, for your help and sorry for grading the least agreed answer. Sergei seems to be right here 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
This is probably one of those times that I'd have gone with the native speaker that has 30 + years of experience and who's answer was not a lot unlike two other provided answers...unlike the selected answer. :)
Russian has many ways to precisely say "including" (включая, в том числе, к числу которых относятся и пр.). Why would the writer intend to say "including" but then use an expression that cannot be found in any dic
"Including" is not wrong. In my opinion, it doesn't convey the sense of drawing special attention to "welded structures" as effectively as "in particular" or "specifically" or "especially." It's more a question of specificity than inclusiveness.
I respectfully disagree with Sergei's assertion that the word "specifically" limits the meaning to welded structures. The overall context remains all "thin-walled structures," and the writer is merely narrowing the focus to welded ones.