This article discusses a modelling approach for the welded seam form obtained by electron beam welding based on experimental data and types of mathematical functions. The process of electron beam welding is carried out by dividing the electron beam into two parts, resulting in the formation of two liquid baths. The samples that are welded are made of stainless steel with a change in process parameters: the distance between the two electron beam parts and the ratio of the power distribution between the two beam parts, the frequency of the deflection signal, the beam current, and the welding speed. Focusing current is of constant value. The weld cross sections shown in different process parameters are used to evaluate their shape using standard mathematical function – Gaussian functions.