9781566379878

Modern Welding

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    9781566379878

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  • Edition: 10th
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  • Copyright: 2003-12-01
  • Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Pub
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Comprehensive text that has long been the standard for teaching the theory, fundamentals, equipment, and techniques of welding technology.

Table of Contents

PART 1 Welding Fundamentals
Chapter 1 Safety in the Welding Shop
1.1 Accidents
13(1)
1.2 General Shop Safety
13(4)
1.3 Safety in the Welding Environment
17(2)
1.4 Oxyfuel Gas Welding and Cutting Safety
19(2)
1.5 Arc Welding and Cutting Safety
21(3)
1.6 Resistance Welding Safety
24(1)
1.7 Safety around Welding Robots
24(1)
1.8 Special Welding Process Safety
25(1)
Safety Test (General Shop Safety)
25(1)
Safety Test (Oxyfuel Gas Welding and Cutting)
26(1)
Safety Test (Arc Welding and Cutting)
27(1)
Safety Test (Resistance and Special Welding Processes)
27(2)
Chapter 2 Print Reading
2.1 Types of Drawings
29(1)
2.2 Orthographic Projection
30(1)
2.3 Views
30(1)
2.4 Using a Working Drawing
31(1)
2.5 Types of Lines Used on a Drawing
31(1)
2.6 Drawings Made to a Scale
32(1)
2.7 The Title Block
33(2)
Test Your Knowledge
35(2)
Chapter 3 Reading Welding Symbols
3.1 Basic Welding Joints
37(1)
3.2 The Welding Symbol
37(5)
3.3 The Reference Line, Arrowhead, and Tail
42(1)
3.4 Weld Symbols
43(1)
3.5 The Arrow Side and Other Side
43(1)
3.6 Root Opening and Groove Angle
44(1)
3.7 Contour and Finish Symbols
44(1)
3.8 Depth of Bevel, Size or Strength, and Groove Weld Size
45(1)
3.9 Length and Pitch of the Weld
46(3)
3.10 Backing Welds and Melt-Through Symbols
3.11 Weld-All-Around and Field Weld Symbols
3.12 Multiple Reference Lines
49(1)
3.13 Plug and Spot Welds
49(1)
3.14 Spot Welds
49(1)
3.15 Seam Welds
50(2)
3.16 Review of Welding Symbols
52(1)
Test Your Knowledge
52(4)
Chapter 4 Welding and Cutting Processes
4.1 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
56(1)
4.2 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
57(1)
4.3 Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
58(1)
4.4 Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
59(1)
4.5 Shielded Metal Arc Cutting (SMAC)
60(1)
4.6 Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC)
61(1)
4.7 Air Carbon Arc Cutting (CAC-A)
62(1)
4.8 Oxygen Arc Cutting (OAC)
63(1)
4.9 Gas Tungsten Arc Cutting (GTAC)
64(1)
4.10 Exothermic (Ultrathermic) Cutting
65(1)
4.11 Oxyacetylene Welding (OAW)
66(2)
4.12 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting (OFC)
68(4)
4.13 Torch Soldering (TS)
72(1)
4.14 Torch Brazing (TB)
73(2)
4.15 Resistance SpotWelding (RSW)
75(1)
4.16 Projection Welding (PW)
76(1)
4.17 Resistance Seam Welding (RSEW)
77(1)
4.18 Flash Welding (FW)
78(1)
4.19 Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)
79(1)
4.20 Electroslag Welding (ESW)
80(1)
4.21 Arc Stud Welding (SW)
81(1)
4.22 Cold Welding (CW)
82(1)
4.23 Explosion Welding (EXW)
83(1)
4.24 Forge Welding (FOW)
84(1)
4.25 Friction Welding (FRW)
85(1)
4.26 Friction Stir Welding (FSW)
86(1)
4.27 Ultrasonic Welding (USW)
87(1)
4.28 Laser Beam Welding (LBW)
88(1)
4.29 Electron Beam Welding (EBW)
89(1)
4.30 Torch Plastic Welding
90(1)
4.31 Oxygen Lance Cutting (OLC)
91(1)
4.32 Oxyfuel Gas Underwater Cutting (OFC)
92(1)
4.33 Flux Cutting (OC-F)
93(1)
4.34 Steel Temperature and Color Relationships
93(2)
4.35 Welding and Allied Processes
95(1)
Test Your Knowledge
96(3)
PART 2 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Chapter 5 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Equipment and Supplies
5.1 Arc Welding Power Source Classifications
99(1)
5.2 Constant Current Power Sources
100(13)
5.3 NEMA Arc Welding Power Source Classifications
113(1)
5.4 Welding Leads
114(4)
5.5 SMAW Electrodes
118(2)
5.6 Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Covered Electrode Classification
120(4)
5.7 Nonferrous Electrode Classifications
124(1)
5.8 Electrode Care
125(1)
5.9 Power Source Remote Controls
125(1)
5.10 Weld-Cleaning Equipment
125(1)
5.11 Shields and Helmets
125(3)
5.12 Special Arc Welder Clothing
128(1)
Test Your Knowledge
129(2)
Chapter 6 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
6.1 Direct Current (dc) Arc Welding Fundamentals
131(2)
6.2 DCEN and DCSP Fundamentals
133(1)
6.3 Alternating Current (ac) Arc Welding Fundamentals
134(3)
6.4 Selecting an Arc Welding Machine
137(2)
6.5 Starting, Stopping, and Adjusting the Arc Welding Power Source for SMAW
139(8)
6.6 DC Arc Blow
147(1)
6.7 Arc Welded Joint Designs
148(13)
6.8 Review of Safety in SMAW
161(1)
Test Your Knowledge
162(3)
PART 3 Gas Tungsten and Gas Metal Arc Welding
Chapter 7 GTAW and GMAW Equipment and Supplies
7.1 The Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Station
165(1)
7.2 Arc Welding Power Sources for GTAW
166(2)
7.3 Balanced and Unbalanced AC Waves
168(2)
7.4 Shielding Gases Used with GTAW
170(3)
7.5 Electrode Leads and Hoses Used for GTAW
173(1)
7.6 GTAW Torches
174(4)
7.7 Tungsten Electrodes
178(1)
7.8 Filler Metals Used with GTAW
179(1)
7.9 The Gas Metal Arc Welding Station
179(2)
7.10 Arc Welding Power Sources for GMAW
181(2)
7.11 Wire Feeders Used with GMAW
183(1)
7.12 GMAW Shielding Gases
184(2)
7.13 The GMAW Welding Gun
186(3)
7.14 GMAW Electrodes
189(1)
7.15 Smoke-Extracting Systems
190(1)
7.16 Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
190(2)
7.17 The Flux Cored Arc Welding Station
192(2)
7.18 Flux Cored Arc Welding Electrode Wire
194(1)
7.19 Accessory Devices
195(3)
7.20 Filter Lenses for Use when Gas-Shielded Arc Welding
198(1)
7.21 Protective Clothing
198(1)
7.22 Safety Review
199(2)
Test Your Knowledge
201(3)
Chapter 8 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
8.1 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Principles
204(3)
8.2 GTAW Power Sources
207(1)
8.3 Setting up the GTAW Station
207(13)
8.4 Preparing Metal for Welding
220(1)
8.5 Methods of Starting the Arc
220(1)
8.6 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Techniques
221(1)
8.7 Shutting Down the GTAW Station
222(1)
8.8 Welding Joints in the Flat Welding Position
222(2)
8.9 Welding Joints in the Horizontal Welding Position
224(2)
8.10 Welding Joints in the Vertical Welding Position
226(1)
8.11 Welding Joints in the Overhead Welding Position
226(1)
8.12 Semiautomatic Welding
227(1)
8.13 Automatic and Mechanized GTAW
228(2)
8.14 GTAW Troubleshooting Guide
230(1)
8.15 GTAW Safety
230(1)
Test Your Knowledge
230(3)
Chapter 9 Gas Metal Arc Welding
9.1 Gas Metal Arc Welding Principles
233(4)
9.2 GMAW Power Sources
237(1)
9.3 Setting up the GMAW Station
238(14)
9.4 Preparing Metal for Welding
252(1)
9.5 Electrode Extension
252(1)
9.6 Welding Procedures
253(1)
9.7 Shutting down the Station
254(1)
9.8 Welding Joints in the Flat Welding Position
255(2)
9.9 Welding Joints in the Horizontal Welding Position
257(1)
9.10 Welding Joints in the Vertical Welding Position
258(1)
9.11 Welding Joints in the Overhead Welding Position
259(1)
9.12 Automatic GMAW and FCAW
260(1)
9.13 Gas Metal Arc Spot Welding
261(1)
9.14 GMAW Troubleshooting Guide
262(1)
9.15 GMAW and FCAW Safety
262(2)
Test Your Knowledge
264(3)
PART 4 Arc Cutting
Chapter 10 Plasma Arc Cutting
10.1 Plasma Arc Cutting Principles
267(1)
10.2 Plasma Arc Cutting Equipment and Supplies
267(2)
10.3 Plasma and Shielding Gases
269(2)
10.4 Setting Up the PAC Station
271(1)
10.5 Safety Equipment
271(2)
10.6 Preparing to Cut
273(1)
10.7 Cutting Procedure
273(2)
10.8 Cutting Quality
275(1)
10.9 Plasma Arc Gouging
276(1)
10.10 Shutting Down the PAC Station
277(1)
Test Your Knowledge
277(2)
Chapter 11 Arc and Oxygen Arc Cutting Equipment and Processes
11.1 Air Carbon Arc Cutting (CAC-A) Equipment
279(3)
11.2 Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Gouging
282(2)
11.3 Exothermic Cutting Equipment and Supplies
284(1)
11.4 Exothermic Cutting, Gouging, and Piercing
285(4)
11.5 Oxygen Arc Cutting (OAC) Equipment
289(1)
11.6 Oxygen Arc Cutting and Gouging
289(2)
11.7 Shielded Metal Arc Cutting (SMAC) Electrodes
291(1)
11.8 Shielded Metal Arc Cutting and Gouging
292(1)
11.9 Gas Metal Arc (GMAC) and Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAC) Cutting Principles
293(1)
11.10 Carbon Arc Cutting (CAC) and Gouging Equipment
294(1)
11.11 Carbon Arc Cutting and Gouging
294(1)
11.12 Safety Review: Arc Cutting
295(1)
Test Your Knowledge
296(3)
PART 5 Oxyfuel Gas Processes
Chapter 12 Oxyfuel Gas Welding Equipment and Supplies
12.1 Complete Oxyfuel Gas Welding Outfit
299(2)
12.2 Oxygen Supply
301(5)
12.3 Acetylene Supply
306(4)
12.4 Pressure Regulator Principles
310(9)
12.5 Welding Hose
319(1)
12.6 Oxyacetylene Torch Types
320(4)
12.7 Air-Acetylene Torch
324(1)
12.8 Welding Goggles and Protective Clothing
324(2)
12.9 Torch Lighters and Economizers
326(1)
12.10 Oxyfuel Gas Welding Supplies
327(5)
Test Your Knowledge
332(3)
Chapter 13 Oxyfuel Gas Welding
13.1 Definition of Welding
335(1)
13.2 Soldering and Brazing
335(1)
13.3 Different Types of Welding and Cutting
335(1)
13.4 Oxyfuel Gas Welding
336(1)
13.5 The Oxyfuel Gas Welding Outfit
337(10)
13.6 Torch Positions and Movements
347(1)
13.7 Running a Continuous Weld Pool
348(4)
13.8 Butt Joint Welding
352(2)
13.9 Lap Joint Welding
354(1)
13.10 Outside Corner Joint Welding
355(1)
13.11 Inside Corner and T-Joint Welding
355(3)
13.12 Welding Positions
358(4)
13.13 Appearance of a Good Weld
362(3)
13.14 Safety in Oxyfuel Gas Welding
365(4)
Test Your Knowledge of Safety
369(1)
Test Your Knowledge
370(1)
Chapter 14 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Equipment and Supplies
14.1 Complete Portable Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Outfit
371(1)
14.2 The Cylinder Truck
372(1)
14.3 Regulators for Oxyfuel Gas Cutting
372(1)
14.4 The Cutting Torch
372(4)
14.5 Torch Guides
376(3)
14.6 Multiple Torches
379(2)
Test Your Knowledge
381(2)
Chapter 15 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting
15.1 The Heat of Combustion of Steel
383(1)
15.2 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Process
383(1)
15.3 Cutting Outfit
384(1)
15.4 Cutting Torch
385(4)
15.5 Using a Cutting Torch
389(3)
15.6 Cutting Steel with the Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Torch
392(6)
15.7 Cutting Ferrous Alloy Metals
398(1)
15.8 Cutting Cast Iron
399(1)
15.9 Automatic Cutting
399(1)
15.10 Safety in Oxyfuel Gas Cutting
400(1)
Test your Knowledge
401(2)
Chapter 16 Soldering
16.1 Soldering Principles
403(2)
16.2 Solder Alloys
405(3)
16.3 Soldering Fluxes
408(1)
16.4 Soldering Procedures
409(3)
16.5 Soldering Iron Method
412(1)
16.6 Torch Soldering Method
412(3)
16.7 Dip Soldering Method
415(1)
16.8 Wave Soldering
415(2)
16.9 Oven and Infrared Soldering
417(1)
16.10 Resistance and Induction Soldering
418(1)
16.11 Stainless Steel Soldering
418(1)
16.12 Soldering Aluminum Alloys
418(1)
16.13 Soldering Die Castings
419(1)
16.14 Testing and Inspecting Soldered Joints
419(1)
16.15 Review of Soldering Safety Practice
419(1)
Test Your Knowledge
420(1)
Chapter 17 Brazing and Braze Welding
17.1 Brazing and Braze Welding Principles
421(1)
17.2 Joint Designs for Brazing and Braze Welding
422(1)
17.3 Cleaning Base Metals Prior to Brazing or Braze Welding
422(1)
17.4 Brazing and Braze Welding Fluxes
423(6)
17.5 Brazing Filler Metal Alloys
429(5)
17.6 Brazing and Braze Welding Processes
434(8)
17.7 Heat-Resistant Brazed Joints
442(1)
17.8 Safety Practices for Brazing and Braze Welding
442(1)
Test Your Knowledge
443(2)
PART 6 Resistance Welding
Chapter 18 Resistance Welding Equipment and Supplies
18.1 Electric Resistance Welding Machines
445(1)
18.2 Transformers
446(3)
18.3 Force Systems
449(1)
18.4 Controllers
450(2)
18.5 Contactors
452(2)
18.6 Spot Welding Electrodes
454(3)
18.7 Electrode Holder
457(1)
18.8 Spot Welding Machines
457(3)
18.9 Projection Welding Equipment
460(1)
18.10 Portable Welding Machines
460(1)
18.11 Seam Welding Machines
461(1)
18.12 Upset and Flash Welding Machines
462(2)
18.13 Special Resistance Welding Machines
464(1)
18.14 Care of Resistance Welding Equipment
464(1)
18.15 Parallel Gap Resistance Spot Welding
465(1)
Test Your Knowledge
466(1)
Chapter 19 Resistance Welding
19.1 Principles of Resistance Welding
467(1)
19.2 Resistance Spot Welding (RSW)
468(9)
19.3 Projection Welding (PW)
477(1)
19.4 Resistance Seam Welding (RSEW)
477(1)
19.5 Upset Welding (UW)
477(1)
19.6 Flash Welding (FW)
478(2)
19.7 Percussion Welding (PEW)
480(1)
19.8 High-Frequency Resistance Welding
481(1)
19.9 Feedback Control
481(1)
19.10 Review of Safety in Resistance Welding
481(1)
Test Your Knowledge
482(3)
PART 7 Special Processes
Chapter 20 Special Welding Processes
20.1 Special Welding Processes
485(1)
20.2 Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)
485(3)
20.3 Electrogas Welding (EGW)
488(1)
20.4 Narrow Groove Welding
489(1)
20.5 Arc Stud Welding (SW)
490(2)
20.6 Arc Spot Welding
492(1)
20.7 Plasma Arc Welding (PAW)
493(3)
20.8 Underwater Shielded Metal Arc Welding
496(1)
20.9 Solid-State Welding (SSW)
497(1)
20.10 Cold Welding (CW)
497(1)
20.11 Explosion Welding (EXW)
498(1)
20.12 Forge Welding (FOW)
498(1)
20.13 Friction Welding (FRW)
499(1)
20.14 Friction Stir Welding (FSW)
500(2)
20.15 Ultrasonic Welding (USW)
502(1)
20.16 Other Welding Processes
503(1)
20.17 Electroslag Welding (ESW)
504(2)
20.18 Thermite Welding (TW)
506(2)
20.19 Electron Beam Welding (EBW)
508(1)
20.20 Laser Beam Welding (LBW)
509(3)
20.21 Self-Generating Oxyhydrogen Gas Welding (OFW)
512(1)
20.22 Review of Safety
513(1)
Test Your Knowledge
514(1)
Chapter 21 Special Ferrous Welding Applications
21.1 Ferrous Metals and Alloys
515(1)
21.2 Welding Medium- and High-Carbon Steels
515(2)
21.3 Welding Alloy Steels
517(1)
21.4 Welding Chrome-Molybdenum Steels
517(3)
21.5 Nickel-Based Alloys
520(1)
21.6 Welding Precoated Steels
520(1)
21.7 Welding Managing Steels
520(1)
21.8 Stainless Steels
521(2)
21.9 Welding Dissimilar Ferrous Metals
523(3)
21.10 Welding Cast Iron
526(2)
Test Your Knowledge
528(1)
Chapter 22 Special Nonferrous Welding Applications
22.1 Nonferrous Metals and Alloys
529(1)
22.2 Aluminum
529(1)
22.3 Preparing Aluminum for Welding
530(2)
22.4 Arc Welding Wrought Aluminum
532(2)
22.5 Welding Magnesium
534(1)
22.6 Welding Die Castings
534(1)
22.7 Copper and Copper Alloys
535(3)
22.8 Titanium
538(3)
22.9 Welding Zirconium
541(1)
22.10 Welding Beryllium
541(1)
22.11 Welding Dissimilar Metals
541(1)
22.12 Plastics
541(3)
Test Your Knowledge
544(1)
Chapter 23 Pipe and Tube Welding
23.1 Types of Pipe
545(2)
23.2 Types of Tubing
547(2)
23.3 Preparing Pipe Joints for Welding
549(2)
23.4 Arc Welding Pipe Joints
551(4)
23.5 GTAW and GMAW Pipe Joints
555(1)
23.6 Welding Tube Joints Using SMAW
555(2)
23.7 Welding Tube Joints Using GMAW and GTAW
557(1)
23.8 Heat Treating Pipe and Tube Welded Joints
558(1)
23.9 Inspecting Pipe and Tube Welds
559(1)
23.10 Hot Shortness
560(1)
23.11 Weld Backing Rings
560(1)
23.12 Welding Plastic Pipe
561(1)
23.13 Review of Safety in Pipe and Tube Welding
562(1)
Test Your Knowledge
563(2)
Chapter 24 Special Cutting Processes
24.1 Oxygen Lance Cutting (OLC)
565(1)
24.2 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting (OFC) Underwater
566(2)
24.3 Oxygen Arc Underwater Cutting (OAC)
568(2)
24.4 Metal Powder Cutting (OC-P)
570(3)
24.5 Chemical Flux Cutting (OC-F)
573(1)
24.6 Laser Beam Cutting (LBC)
574(1)
24.7 Water Jet Cutting
575(1)
24.8 Review of Safety in Special Cutting Processes
575(1)
Test Your Knowledge
576(1)
Chapter 25 Automatic and Robotic Welding
25.1 Advantages of Automatic Welding
577(1)
25.2 Feedback Controls
578(5)
25.3 Automatic Welding Processes
583(1)
25.4 Introduction to Robots
584(8)
25.5 Review of Safety Practices in Automatic and Robotic Welding
592(1)
Test Your Knowledge
593(2)
Chapter 26 Metal Surfacing
26.1 Principles of Surfacing
595(2)
26.2 Selection of a Surfacing Process
597(4)
26.3 Principles of Flame Spraying
601(4)
26.4 Electric Arc Spray Surfacing
605(2)
26.5 Detonation Spraying
607(1)
26.6 Plasma Arc Spraying Process
608(1)
26.7 Surface Preparation
609(1)
26.8 Selecting Thermal Spray Surfacing Material
610(1)
26.9 Testing and Inspecting Thermal Surfacings
610(1)
26.10 Review of Surfacing Safety
610(2)
Test Your Knowledge
612(3)
PART 8 Metal Technology
Chapter 27 Production of Metals
27.1 Manufacturing Iron and Steel
615(3)
27.2 Steelmaking Methods
618(14)
27.3 Manufacturing Copper
632(1)
27.4 Manufacturing Copper Alloys, Brass, and Bronze
632(1)
27.5 Manufacturing Aluminum
633(1)
27.6 Manufacturing Zinc
634(1)
27.7 Processing Metals
634(2)
27.8 Review of Safety
636(1)
Test Your Knowledge
636(1)
Chapter 28 Metal Properties and Identification
28.1 Iron and Steel
637(3)
28.2 Cooling Curves
640(1)
28.3 Iron-Carbon Diagram
641(1)
28.4 Identification of Iron and Steel
642(4)
28.5 Identification of Iron and Steel Alloys
646(2)
28.6 Numbering Systems for Steels
648(2)
28.7 Nonferrous Metals
650(2)
28.8 Hard Surfacing Metals
652(1)
28.9 Soft Surfacing Metals
652(1)
28.10 Newer Metals
652(1)
28.11 Review of Safety
653(1)
Test Your Knowledge
653(2)
Chapter 29 Heat Treatment of Metals
29.1 The Purposes of Heat Treatment
655(2)
29.2 Carbon Content of Steel
657(1)
29.3 Crystalline Structure of Steel
658(2)
29.4 Annealing Steel
660(1)
29.5 Normalizing Steel
660(1)
29.6 Quenching and Tempering Steel
660(1)
29.7 Thermal Stress Relieving
661(1)
29.8 Spheroidizing
662(1)
29.9 Hardening Steel
662(3)
29.10 Heat Treating Tool Steels
665(1)
29.11 Heat Treating Alloy Steels
665(1)
29.12 Heat Treating Cast Irons
665(1)
29.13 Heat Treating Copper
666(1)
29.14 Heat Treating Aluminum
666(1)
29.15 Temperature Measurements
667(2)
29.16 Review of Safety
669(1)
Test Your Knowledge
669(2)
PART 9 Professional Welding
Chapter 30 Inspecting and Testing Welds
30.1 Nondestructive Examination (NDE)
671(1)
30.2 Destructive Tests
672(1)
30.3 Visual Inspection (VT)
672(1)
30.4 Magnetic Particle Inspection (MT)
673(1)
30.5 Liquid Penetrant Inspection (PT)
674(2)
30.6 Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
676(1)
30.7 Eddy Current Inspection (ET)
676(1)
30.8 X-Ray Inspection (RT)
677(1)
30.9 Inspecting Welds Using Pneumatic or Hydrostatic Pressure
677(1)
30.10 Bend Tests
678(2)
30.11 Tensile Test
680(2)
30.12 Laboratory Methods of Testing Welds
682(1)
30.13 Impact Tests
683(1)
30.14 Hardness Testing
683(3)
30.15 Microscopic Method of Testing Welds
686(1)
30.16 Macroscopic Method of Testing Welds
687(1)
30.17 Chemical Analysis Method of Testing Welds
688(1)
30.18 The Peel Test
688(1)
30.19 Review of Safety
689(1)
Test Your Knowledge
689(2)
Chapter 31 Procedures and Welder Qualifications
31.1 Welding Codes
691(1)
31.2 Importance of Codes and Specifications
692(1)
31.3 Welding Procedure Specifications
692(4)
31.4 Welder Performance Qualifications
696(2)
31.5 Methods of Testing Specimens
698(9)
Test Your Knowledge
707(2)
Chapter 32 The Welding Shop
32.1 Welding Shop Design
709(1)
32.2 Welding Shop Equipment
709(1)
32.3 Air Ventilation and Conditioning Equipment
710(1)
32.4 Mechanical Metal Cutting Equipment
710(3)
32.5 Metal-Forming Equipment
713(1)
32.6 Furnaces
713(2)
32.7 Overhead Crane
715(1)
32.8 Jigs and Fixtures
715(3)
32.9 Power Tools
718(1)
32.10 Blast Cleaning Equipment
719(1)
32.11 Welding Shop Tools
720(1)
32.12 Welding Shop Supplies
720(1)
32.13 Weld Test Equipment
721(1)
32.14 Repair of Welding Equipment
721(1)
32.15 Welding Shop Policy
721(1)
32.16 Review of Safety
722(1)
Test Your Knowledge
723(2)
Chapter 33 Getting and Holding a Job in the Welding Industry
33.1 The Future of the Welding Industry
725(1)
33.2 Welding Occupations and the Education Required
725(1)
33.3 School Subjects Suggested for Success
726(1)
33.4 Personal Traits Sought by Employers
727(1)
33.5 Academic Skills Sought by Employers
728(1)
33.6 Personal Management Skills Sought by Employers
728(1)
33.7 Applying for a Job
728(1)
33.8 Factors that Lead to Rejection for Employment
728(1)
33.9 Factors that Can Lead to Termination from a Job
728(2)
Test Your Knowledge
730(1)
Chapter 34 Technical Data
34.1 The Effect of Temperature on Cylinder Pressure
731(1)
34.2 The Effect of Hose Diameter and Length on Gas Flow and Pressure at the Torch
732(1)
34.3 Flame Characteristics
733(1)
34.4 The Chemistry of Oxyacetylene Gas Welding
733(1)
34.5 Chemical Cleaning and Pickling Solutions
733(1)
34.6 Thermit Reaction Chemistry
734(1)
34.7 Blast Furnace Operations
734(1)
34.8 Properties of Metals
734(1)
34.9 Stresses Caused by Welding
734(2)
34.10 Wire and Sheet Metal Gages
736(1)
34.11 Judging Temperature by Color
736(1)
34.12 Drill Sets and Sizes
737(1)
34.13 Tapping a Thread
738(1)
34.14 Metric Practices for Welding
738(2)
34.15 Temperature Scales
740(1)
34.16 Physics of Energy, Temperature, and Heat
740(2)
34.17 Health Hazards
742(3)
Test Your Knowledge
745(2)
Glossary of Welding Terms 747(14)
Acknowledgements 761(2)
Appendix Correlation to AWS Standard QC-10, Specification for Qualification and Certification of Entry Level Welders 763(6)
Index 769

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