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Arc Welding Processes Handbook/Справочник по технологиям дуговой сварки

Артикул: 00-01042343
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Автор: Ramesh Singh
Издательство: Wiley (все книги издательства)
Место издания: USA
ISBN: 978-1-119-81905-9
Год: 2021
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 398
Вес: 992 г
5500 P

Книга на английском языке.
Written by a welding/metallurgical engineer with over 40 years of experience, Arc Welding Processes Handbook delivers the welding and materials expertise required to master complex welding processes and techniques to ensure that the task is done correctly and safely. While reinforcing an understanding of international welding standards and rules.
The prefect handbook for those professionals who need an “up- to-date” reference to advance processes as well as those welders new to the field and need to hone their skills. Arc Welding Processes Handbook five-part treatment starts with a clear and rigorous exposition of the applications and equipment of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), followed by self-contained parts concerning processes applications and equipment for Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), and Submerged Arc welding (SAW). Case studies taken directly from the field are included to highlight each part of the handbook.
An applied reference, each Part of Arc Welding Processes Handbook offersvaluable advice regarding the industry or industries where the process is commonly used as well as a description the equipment. The Handbook reaches deeply into the area of nondestructive testing and science. In addition, this Handbook discusses the challenges presented by a number of corrosion-resistant alloys (CRAs). Case studies are included throughout the reference to reinforce an understanding of how these processes were applied in the field and how they intersect with issues that may arise with equipment use and materials.

List of Figures
List of Tables
1 Introduction to Welding Processes
1.1 Synopsis
1.2 Keywords
1.3 Welding
1.4 Defining Welding
1.5 Welding and Joining Processes
1.6 Arc Welding
1.7 Efficiency of Energy Use
1.8 Welding Procedures
1.9 Qualification of Welders and Operators
2 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
2.1 Synopsis
2.2 Keywords
2.3 Introduction
2.4 Process Fundamentals
2.5 How the Process Works
2.6 Power Sources
2.7 AC Power Sources
2.8 Direct Current Power Sources
2.9 Welding Safety and Personal Protecting Equipment
2.10 Covered Electrodes Used in SMAW Process
2.11 Welding Training - Making of a Welder
2.12 Welding Other Metals
2.13 Welding and Fabrication of Duplex Stainless Steels
2.14 SMAW Welding Nickel Alloys
2.15 Minimizing Discontinuities in Nickel and Alloys Welds
2.16 Review Your Knowledge
3 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
3.1 Synopsis
3.2 Keywords
3.3 Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Process
3.4 Process Description
3.5 How the Process Works
3.6 Process Advantages and Limitations
3.7 Power Sources
3.8 Shielding Gases
3.9 Gas Regulators and Flowmeters
3.10 GTAW Torches, Nozzles, Collets, and Gas Lenses
3.11 Tungsten Electrodes
3.12 Joint Design
3.13 Power Source Remote Control
3.14 Installation of Welding Machines
3.15 Power Source Cooling System
3.16 Welding Connections - Welding Cable and Welding Torch Connections
3.17 Welding Power Source Classification by NEMA
3.18 Welding Personal Protecting Equipment
3.19 Other Essential Clothing for Welders
3.20 Filler Wires Used in GTAW Process
3.21 Classification and Identification of Welding Wires
3.22 The Aluminum Alloy Temper and Designation System
3.23 Welding Metals Other Than Carbon and Alloy Steels
3.24 GTAW Welding of Aluminum
3.25 GTAW Welding of Stainless Steel
3.26 Mechanical Properties
3.27 Welding Nickel Alloys
3.28 Later Developments in GTAW Process
3.29 Plasma Arc Welding
3.30 Review Your Knowledge
4 Gas Metal Arc Welding
4.1 Synopsis
4.2 Keywords
4.3 Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding Process
4.4 Process Description
4.5 Components of the Welding Arc
4.6 Effects of Variables on Welding
4.7 Advanced Welding Processes for GMAW
4.8 The Adaptive Loop
4.9 Advanced Waveform Control Technology
4.10 Equipment for GMAW Process
4.11 GMAW Power Sources
4.12 Installation of Welding Machines
4.13 Welding Various Metals
4.14 Welding Nickel Alloys
4.15 Minimizing Discontinuities in Nickel and Alloys Welds
4.16 Calculating Heat Input in Pulsed Arc GMAW
4.17 Review Your Knowledge
5 Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Process
5.1 Synopsis
5.2 Keywords
5.3 Introduction to Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Process
5.4 Process Description
5.5 Welding Wires/Electrodes
5.6 Power Sources
5.7 Other Accessories to Power Source
5.8 Shielding Gases
5.9 Welding Various Metals
5.10 Tips for Good Welding by FCAW Process
5.11 Test Your Knowledge
6 Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)
6.1 Synopsis
6.2 Keywords
6.3 Introduction to Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) Process
6.4 Operating Characteristics
6.5 Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) Process
6.6 How the SAW Process Works
6.7 SAW Process Variants
6.8 SAW Power Source and Equipment
6.9 Welding Heads (Gun)
6.10 Fluxes
6.11 Submerged Arc Welding Various Metals
6.12 Test Your Knowledge
7 Useful Data and Information Related to Welding and Fabrication
7.1 Common Weld Symbols and Their Meanings
7.2 Fillet Welds
7.3 Groove Welds
7.4 Pipe Schedule
7.5 Terms and Abbreviations
7.6 Procedure Qualification Range as Per the Material Group
7.7 Material Qualification Rage for Procedure Qualification Based on P-Numbers
7.8 Temperature Conversion
7.9 Useful Calculations
7.10 Effect of Temperature on Gas Cylinder Pressure

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