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Modern Welding Technology

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ISBN-10: 0132418037

ISBN-13: 9780132418034

Edition: 4th 1998

Authors: Howard B. Cary

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List price: $100.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 780
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.092
Language: English

Welding Background
The Importance of Welding
Welding Joins All Metals
Historical Development of Welding
The Welding Industry
The Future of Welding
Fundamentals of Welding
Welding Basics
Welding Processes and Grouping
Methods of Applying Welding
Welding Procedures
Welding Physics and Chemistry
Welding Personnel, Training, and Certification
The Work of the Welder
The Job Outlook for Welders
Where Welders Work
Training Programs and Schools
Qualifying and Certifying Welding Personel
Safety and Health of Welders
Personnel Protection and Safety Rules
Electrical Shock Hazard
Arc Radiation Hazard
Air Contamination Hazard
Fire and Explosion Hazard
Compressed Gases Hazard
Weld Cleaning and Other Hazards
Safety for Specific Welding Processes and Occupations
Arc Welding with a Nonconsumable Electrode
The Nonconsumable Welding Arc
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Plasma Arc Welding
Carbon Arc Welding
Stud Welding
Other Nonconsumable Arc Welding Processes
Arc Welding with a Consumable Electrode
The Consumable Welding Arc
Metal Transfer across the Arc
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Gas Metal Arc Welding
Flux-Cored Arc Welding
Submerged Arc Welding
Electroslag Welding
Electrogas Welding
Other Consumable Electrode Welding Processes
Arc Welding Variables
Arc Welding Process Selection
Gas Welding, Brazing, Soldering, and Solid-State Welding
Oxyfuel Gas Welding
Thermite Welding
Solid-State Welding
Miscellaneous Welding Processes
Resistance, Electron Beam, and Laser Beam Welding and Cutting
Resistance Welding
Electron Beam Welding
Laser Beam Welding
High Energy Beam Cutting
Welding-Related Processes
Oxygen Cutting
Arc and Plasma Cutting
Water Jet Cutting
Automatic Shape Cutting
Thermal Spraying
Adhesive Bonding
Joining Plastics
Joining Composites and Ceramics
Preheat and Postheat Treatment
Mechanical Stress Relief
Power Sources for Arc Welding
Arc Welding Electricity
Welding Arc Requirements
Types of Welding Machines
Rotating Welding Machines
Transformer Welding Machines
Rectifier Welding Machines
Inverter Welding Machines
Selecting and Specifying a Power Source
Installing and Maintaining a Power Source
Other Welding Equipment
Arc Welding Guns and Torches
Electrode Feed Systems
Welding Cables and Clamps
Auxiliary Welding Equipment
Weld Monitoring
Mechanized, Automated, and Robotic Arc Welding
Automation of Welding
Arc Motion Devices
Work Motion Devices
Standardized Automatic Arc Welding Machines
Dedicated Automatic Arc Welding Equipment
Flexible Automation of Welding
Arc Welding Robots
Controls for Automatic Arc Welding
Sensors and Adaptive Control
Tooling and Fixtures
Electrodes and Filler Metals
Types of Welding Consumables
Covered Electrodes
Solid Electrode Wires
Cored Electrode Wires
Packaging of Electrode Wires
Welding Fluxes
Other Welding Materials
Gases Used in Welding
Shielding Gases
Fuel Gases for Welding and Cutting
Atmosphere Gases
Gas Containers and Apparatuses
Metals and Their Weldability
Properties of Metals
Metal Specifications and Steel Classifications
Identification of Metals
Heat and Welding
Welding Metallurgy
Weldability of Metals
Welding Steels
Welding Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels
Welding Alloy Steels
Welding Stainless Steels
Welding Ultrahigh-Strength Steels
Welding Nonferrous Metals
Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Copper and Copper-Base Alloys
Magnesium-Base Alloys
Nickel-Base Alloys
Reactive and Refractory Metals
Other Nonferrous Metals
Welding Special and Dissimilar Metals
Cast Iron and Other Irons
Tool Steels
Reinforcing Bass
Coated Steels
Other Metals
Clad Metals
Dissimilar Metals
Design for Welding
Advantage of Welded Construction
Weldment Design Factors
Welding Positions and Weld Accessibility
Design of Weld Joint and Welds
Influence of Specifications on Design
Design Conversion to Weldments
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
Weldment Redesign to Reduce Cost
Welding Symbols
Cost of Welding
Weldment Cost Elements
Weld Metal Required for Joints
Filler Metal and Materials Required
Time and Labor Required
Power and Overhead Costs
Weld Cost Formulas and Examples
Quality Control and Evaluation of Welds
Quality Control Program
Destructive Testing
Visual Inspection
Nondestructive Testing
Corrective Actions for Weld Defects
Workmanship Specimens and Standards
Nondestructive Examination Symbols
Welding Specifications, Procedures, and Qualifications
Weld Reliability
Welding Codes and Specifications
Welding Procedures and Qualifying Them
Standard Welding Procedure Specifications (SWPS)
Qualifying and Certifying Welders
Welding Problems and Solutions
Arc Blow
Welding Distortion and Warpage
Heat Forming and Straightening
Weld Stresses and Cracking
In-Service Cracking
Failure Analysis, Repair Welding, and Surfacing
Weld Failure Analysis
Developing a Rework Procedure
Making the Repair Weld
Rebuilding and Overlay Welding
Surfacing for Wear Resistance
Surfacing for Corrosion Resistance
Other Surfacing Applications
Welding Pipe and Tubing
Tubular Products
Pipe and Tube Welding
Manual and Semiautomatic Pipe Welding
Mechanized Pipe and Tube Welding
Automated Pipe Welding
Tube to Sheet Welding
Special Welding Applications
Arc Spot Welding
Sheet Metal Welding
One-Side Welding
Narrow Gap Welding
Underwater Welding
Welding in Space
Glossary of Welding Terms
Organizations Involved with Welding
Computer Software Programs
Information Sources Using a Computer
Conversion Information
Weights and Measures