Welding: Principles and Practices https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073373869.jpeg 5 2018 9780073373867 Welding: Principles and Practices provides a course of instruction in welding, other joining processes, and cutting that will enable students to begin with the most elementary work and progressively study and practice each process until they are skilled. Both principles and practice are presented so that the student can combine the “why” and the “how” for complete understanding. In this textbook, the fundamental theory of the practice in gas, arc, gas-shielded and self shielded processes, welding, brazing, soldering, and plastic welding processes, is presented. The various applications of these processes are covered such as manual, semiautomatic, mechanized, automatic, and robotic methods. Current industrial practices are cited with use of various national welding codes and standards. The content is based on the SENSE program of the American Welding Society along with other leading welding authorities.
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Welding: Principles and Practices

Welding: Principles and Practices, 5th Edition

ISBN10: 0073373869 | ISBN13: 9780073373867
By Edward Bohnart

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Welding: Principles and Practices provides a course of instruction in welding, other joining processes, and cutting that will enable students to begin with the most elementary work and progressively study and practice each process until they are skilled. Both principles and practice are presented so that the student can combine the “why” and the “how” for complete understanding. In this textbook, the fundamental theory of the practice in gas, arc, gas-shielded and self shielded processes, welding, brazing, soldering, and plastic welding processes, is presented. The various applications of these processes are covered such as manual, semiautomatic, mechanized, automatic, and robotic methods. Current industrial practices are cited with use of various national welding codes and standards. The content is based on the SENSE program of the American Welding Society along with other leading welding authorities.

Unit 1 - Introduction to Welding and Oxyfuel

1) History of Welding

2) Industrial Welding

3) Steel and Other Metals

4) Basic Joints and Welds

5) Gas Welding

6) Flame Cutting Principles

7) Flame Cutting Practice: Jobs 7-J1-J3

8) Gas Welding Practice: Jobs 8-J1-J38

9) Braze Welding and Advanced Gas Welding Practice: Jobs 9-J39-J49

10) Soldering and Brazing Principles and Practice: Jobs 10-J-50-J51

Unit 2 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding

11) Shielded Metal Arc Welding Principles

12) Shielded Metal Arc Welding Electrodes

13) Shielded Metal Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 13-J1-J25 (Plate)

14) Shielded Metal Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 14-J26-J42 (Plate)

15) Shielded Metal Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 15-J43-J55 (Plate)

16) Pipe Welding and Shielded Metal Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 16-J1-J17 (Pipe)

Unit 3 - Arc Cutting and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

17) Arc Cutting Principles and Arc Cutting Practice: Jobs 17-J1–J7

18) Gas Tungsten Arc and Plasma Arc Welding Principles

19) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 19-J1–J19 (Plate)

20) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 20-J1–J17 (Pipe)

Unit 4 - Gas Metal Arc, Flux Cored Arc, and Submerged Arc Welding

21) Gas Metal Arc and Flux Cored Arc Welding Principles

22) Gas Metal Arc Welding Practice with Solid and Metal Core Wire: Jobs 22-J1–J23 (Plate)

23) Flux Cored Arc Welding Practice (Plate), Submerged Arc Welding, and Related Processes: FCAW-G Jobs 23-J1-J11, FCAW-S Jobs 23-J1–J12; SAW Job 23-J1

24) Gas Metal Arc Welding Practice: Jobs 24-J1–J15 (Pipe)

Unit 5 - High Energy Beams, Automation, Robotics, and Weld Shop Management

25) High Energy Beams and Related Welding and Cutting Process Principles

26) General Equipment for Welding Shops

27) Automatic and Robotic Arc Welding Equipment

28) Joint Design, Testing, and Inspection

29) Reading Shop Drawings

30) Welding Symbols

31) Welding and Bonding of Plastics

32) Safety

Appendixes

A - Conversion Tables

B - Illustrated Guide to Welding Terminology

C - Welding Abbreviation List

D - MajorAgenciesIssuingCodes, Specifications, and Associations

E - Sources of Welding Information

F - Metric Conversion Information for the Welding Industry

Glossary

Index

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