WELDING SYMBOLS ON DRAWINGS
|Author(s)||E. N. Gregory, A. A. Armstrong|
|D O W N L O A D|
This title represents a significantly updated version of the original edition published about thirty years ago. The authors did their best to describe the application of the welding symbols in BS EN 22553 British/European Standard, ISO 2553 International Standard, and U.S. ANSI/AWS A2.4-98.
The publication will provide a review of the content of ISO/AWS standards; it also compares subject standards. Nowadays, there are thousands of engineering drawings in use, and all of them have plenty of symbols. The book addresses the most important differences between standards covering the welding symbols, provides the most up-to-date information on the AWS and ISO standards, and also contains numerous examples of how the welding symbols are applied on the engineering drawings.
The book will be of great practical importance and use for the practicing engineers as well as for the students, i.e. for anyone dealing with the preparation of the engineering drawings in accordance with the recognized standards and with their further use. Since it is quite clear that virtually no engineering activity can take place without the drawings, the book is expected to be well met by all engineering fields.
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