WELDING - SKILLS, PROCESSES AND PRACTICES FOR ENTRY-LEVEL WELDERS
|Author(s)||Larry Jeffus, Lawrence Bower|
We are introducing the set comprising of three volumes and decsribing all issues related to the welding theory and practice. It was specifically developed in otder to support the AWS SENSE 2.0 guidelines for training. All three books combine theory-based text part accompanied by laboratory manuals and supporting materials. The organization of the books follows the modular structure of the guidelines from AWS - it will guide the readers through the whole process of improving their welding skills. The first book is the core volume - it introduces readers to the welding concepts - it covers five major aspects - occupational orientation, HSE matters, interpretation of drawings and symbols, thermal cutting, and weld inspection testing and applicable codes. The second book covers two welding processes - GMAW (gas metal arc welding) and FCAW (flux cored arc welding). The last book of the set addresses SMAW (shielded metal arc welding) and GTAW (gas tungsten arc welding) processes.
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