- Language: English
- 210 Pages
- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
Welding Processes Handbook. Edition No. 2. Woodhead Publishing Series in Welding and Other Joining Technologies
- Published: November 2011
- 280 Pages
- Elsevier Science and Technology
The first edition of Welding processes handbook established itself as a standard introduction and guide to the main welding technologies and their applications. This new edition has been substantially revised and extended to reflect the latest developments.
After an initial introduction, the book first reviews gas welding before discussing the fundamentals of arc welding, including arc physics and power sources. It then discusses the range of arc welding techniques including TIG, plasma, MIG/MAG, MMA and submerged arc welding. Further chapters cover a range of other important welding technologies such as resistance and laser welding, as well as the use of welding techniques for cutting, surface cladding and hardfacing, soldering and brazing. A final group of chapters discuss more general issues such as mechanisation, safety, residual stress and distortion, welding design, costs and quality assurance, as well as the welding of steel and aluminium.
The new edition of Welding processes handbook confirms its reputation as a concise, authoritative and practical introduction to welding and its applications for both students and engineers. It is designed to meet the requirements of Module 1: Welding processes and equipment of the International Institute of Welding (IIW) guidelines for the training of welding personnel at IWE, IWT, IWS and IWP level.
- This new edition has been substantially revised and extended to reflect the latest developments in the main welding technologies and their applications
- Reviews gas welding and discusses the fundamentals of arc welding, including arc physics and power sources, before covering the range of arc welding techniques, including TIG, plasma, MIG/MAG, MMA and submerged arc welding
- Examines a range of important welding technologies, such as resistance and laser welding and the use of welding techniques for cutting, surface cladding and hardfacing, soldering and brazing SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Introduction to welding
Basics of electricity in welding
Arc welding: An overview
Power sources for arc welding
Manual metal arc (MMA) welding with coated electrodes
Submerged arc welding
Pressure welding methods
Other methods of welding
Surface cladding and hardfacing methods
Mechanisation and robot welding
Soldering and brazing
The welding environment and welding safety
Welding residual stress and distortion
The weldability of steel
Welding of aluminium
Design of welded components
Quality assurance and quality management
Professor Klas Weman currently works for WEMAB AB in Sweden. He has previously worked for ESAB Welding Equipment AB and in the Welding Technology Department of the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.