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Welding plays an important role in modern production methods, and has made possible the construction of plants, equipment and structures unattainable by other known methods. It is almost impossible to make a product like automobile, aircraft, etc., without cast component. This book will serve as a bridge between the study of the processes and their applications in production industries.
Theory and practice are blended and explained so that the reader gets holistic approach to welding. First, basic processes are discussed, followed by the special processes and design, testing, weldability of systems are discussed at the end. The approach to the various aspects of welding design, has been kept as simple as practicable and wherever possible the fundamental features have been stressed. Every effort has been made to comply with the existing and accepted standards and in this respect the nomenclature adopted is consistent with standard specifications.
The book also includes industry data, foundry practices, and real-time industrial applications. Fundamental theory is presented with up-to-date technical information using simple line sketches.
This book is meant for the students of B.E, B.Tech. M.Tech and other post-graduate courses. This book will also serve as a useful reference for academicians material researchers, mechanical engineers, professionals in manufacturing and related industries. Several GATE and IES exam questions are solved to make it suitable for the readers who take up competitive exams.
Section A: Basic Welding Process
1. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
2. Introduction to Welding Technology
3. Physics of Arc
4. Power Sources for Arc Welding
5. Arc Welding Consumables
6. Shielded Metal Arc Welding
7. Gas Metal Arc Welding
8. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
9. Submerged Arc Welding
10. Electroslag Welding
11. Electrogas Welding
Section B: Resistance Welding Processes
12. Resistance Spot Welding
13. Resistance Seam Welding
14. Projection Welding
15. Flash and Upset Welding
16. High-Frequency Welding
17. Percussion Welding
Section C: Solid State Welding Processes
18. Friction Welding
19. Friction Stir Welding
Section D: Gas Welding and Brazing Processes
20. Oxyfuel Welding
21. Brazing, Braze Welding and Soldering
Section E: Advanced Welding Processes
22. Ultrasonic Welding
23. Plasma Arc Welding
24. Electron Beam Welding
25. Laser Beam Welding
26. Underwater Welding
Section F: Allied Welding Processes
27. Explosive Welding
28. Metal Flame Spraying/Metallizing
Section G: Miscellaneous Topics in Welding
29. Welded Design and Fabrications
30. Thermal Considerations in Welding
31. Basic Welding Metallurgy
32. Residual Stress and Distortion
33. Weld Defects
34. Inspection and Testing of Welds
36. Repairs and Maintenance Welding
37. Multiple Choice Questions
Jagadeesha T :- is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at National Institute of Technology (NIT) Calicut (Kerala). He has 30 years of experience in Industry, teaching, academic research, consultation and has completed many projects with reputed organizations.
He has worked with Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (India), TVS Suzuki (India), IBM Private Limited (Singapore), Applied Materials (USA and Singapore), APP Systems and Services (Singapore), ASM Technologies (Singapore) and ST Microelectronics (Singapore). He is member of several professional bodies in India and abroad. He is certified professional engineer (Australia). He has bagged more than 30 quality suggestion awards at TELCO and best employee award at ST Microelectronics, Singapore. He has guided several undergraduate and postgraduate projects. He has more than 60 publications in international journals and conferences.
His other books are Unconventional Machining Processes, Machine design, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, and Fluid Power Control.
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