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Welding processes handbook

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Welding processes handbook

K Weman

ISBN 1 85573 689 6
Pages 200

This handbook is a concise, explanatory textbook for the main commercially significant and commonly used welding processes. It takes the student or novice welder through the individual steps involved in each process in a clear and easily understood way. It can be used as a textbook for the European Federation of Welding, Joining and Cutting (EWF) and International Institute of Welding (IIW) combined courses leading to the internationally recognised qualifications of Welding Engineer, Welding Technologist and Welding Specialist. It also covers many of the requirements referred to in European Standards including EN719 (on welding task responsibilities), EN 729 (on quality assurance), EN 729 (on welding procedures) and EN 287 (on welding training).

Arc welding - an overview; Gas welding; TIG welding; Plasma welding; MIG/MAG welding; Metal arc welding with coated electrodes; Submerged arc welding; Pressure welding methods; Other methods of welding; Cutting methods: Surface cladding methods; Mechanisation and robot welding; Soldering and brazing; The weldability of steel; Design of welded components; Quality assurance and quality management; Welding costs.