9780130309136

Modern Welding Technology

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    9780130309136

  • ISBN10:

    0130309133

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-01-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Summary

For courses in Basic Welding and Welding Technology. This well-respected, introductory welding text contains coverage of the latest codes, materials, and processes necessary to become proficient in an ever more complex industry. The technology of welding is growing and the book's focus on arc welding processes and the use of steel in construction reflect those changeswhile continuing to provide a comprehensive coverage of basic principles and theory.

Table of Contents

Welding Background
1(18)
The Importance of Welding
1(5)
Welding Joins All Metals
6(2)
Historical Development of Welding
8(4)
The Welding Industry
12(4)
The Future of Welding
16(3)
Questions
18(1)
References
18(1)
Fundamentals of Welding
19(12)
Welding Basics
19(2)
Welding Processes and Grouping
21(2)
Methods of Applying Welding
23(2)
Welding Procedures
25(2)
Welding Physics and Chemistry
27(4)
Questions
30(1)
Welding Personnel, Training, and Certification
31(10)
The Work of the Welder
31(2)
The Job Outlook for Welders
33(1)
Where Welders Work
33(3)
Training Programs and Schools
36(2)
Qualifying and Certifying Welding Personnel
38(3)
Questions
40(1)
References
40(1)
Safety and Health of Welders
41(27)
Personnel Protection and Safety Rules
41(7)
Electrical Shock Hazard
48(2)
Arc Radiation Hazard
50(3)
Air Contamination Hazard
53(7)
Fire and Explosion Hazard
60(4)
Compressed Gases Hazard
64(1)
Weld Cleaning and Other Hazards
65(3)
Safety for Specific Welding Processes and Occupations
66(1)
Questions
66(1)
References
67(1)
Arc Welding with a Nonconsumable Electrode
68(39)
The Nonconsumable Welding Arc
68(4)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
72(12)
Plasma Arc Welding
84(9)
Carbon Arc Welding
93(4)
Stud Welding
97(5)
Other Nonconsumable Arc Welding Processes
102(5)
Questions
105(1)
References
106(1)
Arc Welding with a Consumable Electrode
107(100)
The Consumable Welding Arc
107(7)
Metal Transfer across the Arc
114(10)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
124(18)
Gas Metal Arc Welding
142(11)
Flux-Cored Arc Welding
153(12)
Submerged Arc Welding
165(12)
Electroslag Welding
177(10)
Electrogas Welding
187(5)
Other Consumable Electrode Welding Processes
192(1)
Arc Welding Variables
193(9)
Arc Welding Process Selection
202(5)
Questions
205(1)
References
205(2)
Gas Welding, Brazing, Soldering, and Solid-State Welding
207(33)
Oxyfuel Gas Welding
207(7)
Brazing
214(9)
Soldering
223(4)
Thermite Welding
227(2)
Solid-State Welding
229(8)
Miscellaneous Welding Processes
237(3)
Questions
238(1)
References
239(1)
Resistance, Electron Beam, and Laser Beam Welding and Cutting
240(30)
Resistance Welding
240(14)
Electron Beam Welding
254(5)
Laser Beam Welding
259(4)
High Energy Beam Cutting
263(7)
Questions
268(1)
References
268(2)
Welding-Related Processes
270(35)
Oxygen Cutting
270(4)
Arc and Plasma Cutting
274(6)
Water Jet Cutting
280(1)
Automatic Shape Cutting
281(5)
Thermal Spraying
286(6)
Adhesive Bonding
292(1)
Joining Plastics
293(4)
Joining Composites and Ceramics
297(2)
Preheat and Postheat Treatment
299(3)
Mechanical Stress Relief
302(3)
Questions
304(1)
References
304(1)
Power Sources for Arc Welding
305(35)
Arc Welding Electricity
305(3)
Welding Arc Requirements
308(6)
Types of Welding Machines
314(1)
Rotating Welding Machines
315(5)
Transformer Welding Machines
320(4)
Rectifier Welding Machines
324(6)
Inverter Welding Machines
330(5)
Selecting and Specifying a Power Source
335(2)
Installing and Maintaining a Power Source
337(3)
Questions
338(1)
References
339(1)
Other Welding Equipment
340(25)
Arc Welding Guns and Torches
340(5)
Electrode Feed Systems
345(9)
Welding Cables and Clamps
354(4)
Auxiliary Welding Equipment
358(2)
Weld Monitoring
360(5)
Questions
363(1)
References
364(1)
Mechanized, Automated, and Robotic Arc Welding
365(56)
Automation of Welding
365(3)
Arc Motion Devices
368(6)
Work Motion Devices
374(5)
Standardized Automatic Arc Welding Machines
379(6)
Dedicated Automatic Arc Welding Equipment
385(4)
Flexible Automation of Welding
389(6)
Arc Welding Robots
395(11)
Controls for Automatic Arc Welding
406(5)
Sensors and Adaptive Control
411(6)
Tooling and Fixtures
417(4)
Questions
419(2)
Electrodes and Filter Metals
421(19)
Types of Welding Consumables
421(3)
Covered Electrodes
424(5)
Solid Electrode Wires
429(2)
Cored Electrode Wires
431(1)
Packaging of Electrode Wires
432(4)
Welding Fluxes
436(1)
Other Welding Materials
437(3)
Questions
439(1)
Gases Used in Welding
440(18)
Shielding Gases
440(5)
Fuel Gases for Welding and Cutting
445(4)
Atmosphere Gases
449(1)
Gas Containers and Apparatuses
450(8)
Questions
456(1)
References
456(2)
Metals and Their Weldability
458(37)
Properties of Metals
458(9)
Metal Specifications and Steel Classifications
467(5)
Identification of Metals
472(4)
Heat and Welding
476(4)
Welding Metallurgy
480(11)
Weldability of Metals
491(4)
Questions
494(1)
References
494(1)
Welding Steels
495(21)
Welding Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels
495(3)
Welding Alloy Steels
498(5)
Welding Stainless Steels
503(8)
Welding Ultrahigh-Strength Steels
511(5)
Questions
514(1)
References
515(1)
Welding Nonferrous Metals
516(31)
Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
516(11)
Copper and Copper-Base Alloys
527(4)
Magnesium-Base Alloys
531(4)
Nickel-Base Alloys
535(2)
Reactive and Refractory Metals
537(7)
Other Nonferrous Metals
544(3)
Questions
546(1)
References
546(1)
Welding Special and Dissimilar Metals
547(21)
Cast Iron and Other Irons
547(4)
Tool Steels
551(3)
Reinforcing Bass
554(3)
Coated Steels
557(2)
Other Metals
559(2)
Clad Metals
561(3)
Dissimilar Metals
564(4)
Questions
567(1)
Design for Welding
568(37)
Advantage of Welded Construction
568(2)
Weldment Design Factors
570(5)
Welding Positions and Weld Accessibility
575(4)
Design of Weld Joint and Welds
579(11)
Influence of Specifications on Design
590(1)
Design Conversion to Weldments
591(4)
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
595(2)
Weldment Redesign to Reduce Cost
597(2)
Welding Symbols
599(6)
Questions
604(1)
References
604(1)
Cost of Welding
605(16)
Weldment Cost Elements
605(1)
Weld Metal Required for Joints
606(5)
Filler Metal and Materials Required
611(4)
Time and Labor Required
615(1)
Power and Overhead Costs
616(1)
Weld Cost Formulas and Examples
617(4)
Questions
619(2)
Quality Control and Evaluation of Welds
621(36)
Quality Control Program
621(2)
Destructive Testing
623(5)
Visual Inspection
628(3)
Nondestructive Testing
631(7)
Corrective Actions for Weld Defects
638(10)
Workmanship Specimens and Standards
648(6)
Nondestructive Examination Symbols
654(3)
Questions
656(1)
References
656(1)
Welding Specifications, Procedures, and Qualifications
657(26)
Weld Reliability
657(1)
Welding Codes and Specifications
658(3)
Welding Procedures and Qualifying Them
661(8)
Standard Welding Procedure Specifications (SWPS)
669
Qualifying and Certifying Welders
667(16)
Questions
681(1)
References
682(1)
Welding Problems and Solutions
683(24)
Arc Blow
683(3)
Welding Distortion and Warpage
686(8)
Heat Forming and Straightening
694(3)
Weld Stresses and Cracking
697(3)
In-Service Cracking
700(4)
Welding-Painting
704(3)
Questions
706(1)
References
706(1)
Failure Analysis, Repair Welding, and Surfacing
707(23)
Weld Failure Analysis
707(6)
Developing a Rework Procedure
713(2)
Making the Repair Weld
715(4)
Rebuilding and Overlay Welding
719(2)
Surfacing for Wear Resistance
721(6)
Surfacing for Corrosion Resistance
727(1)
Other Surfacing Applications
728(2)
Questions
729(1)
References
729(1)
Welding Pipe and Tubing
730(24)
Tubular Products
730(5)
Pipe and Tube Welding
735(7)
Manual and Semiautomatic Pipe Welding
742(1)
Mechanized Pipe and Tube Welding
743(5)
Automated Pipe Welding
748(2)
Tube to Sheet Welding
750(4)
Questions
753(1)
References
753(1)
Special Welding Applications
754(21)
Arc Spot Welding
754(5)
Sheet Metal Welding
759(3)
One-Side Welding
762(2)
Narrow Gap Welding
764(3)
Underwater Welding
767(4)
Welding in Space
771(2)
Microjoining
773(2)
Questions
774(1)
References
774(1)
Appendies 775(16)
A-1 Glossary of Welding Terms
775(4)
A-2 Organizations Involved with Welding
779(2)
A-3 Computer Software Programs
781(1)
A-4 Information Sources Using a Computer
782(2)
A-5 Conversion Information
784(3)
A-6 Weights and Measures
787(4)
Index 791

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