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WEL95Welding for WomenProvides an opportunity to explore topical areas of interest in welding and cutting operations. This course is an introduction to different welding processes used in the welding industry as well as oxy-fuel cutting. The intent of this course is to familiarize the student with these processes. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL100Fundamentals of WeldingIntroduces arc and oxyfuel welding and cutting. Provides fundamental principles of joining ferrous and non-ferrous metals, welding and cutting processes, equipment operation and safety procedures with emphasis upon welding and cutting procedures. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL117Oxyfuel Welding and CuttingIntroduces history of oxyacetylene welding, principles of welding and cutting, nomenclature of the equipment, development of the puddle, running flat beads and butt welding in different positions. Explains silver brazing, silver and soft soldering and safety procedures in the use of tools and equipment. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL123Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Basic)Teaches operation of AC and DC power sources, welding polarities, heats and electrodes for use in joining various metal alloys by the arc welding process. Deals with running beads, butt and fillet welds in all positions. Emphasizes safety procedures. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL124Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Advanced)Continues instruction on operation of AC and DC power sources, welding polarities, heats and electrodes for use in joining various metal alloys by the arc welding process. Deals with running beads, butt and fillet welds in all positions. Emphasizes safety procedures. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL126Pipe Welding ITeaches metal arc welding processes including the welding of pressure piping in the horizontal, vertical and horizontal fixed positions in accordance with section IX of the ASME Code. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL127Pipe Welding IIProvides practice in the welding of pressure piping in the horizontal, vertical, and fixed positions. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL129Pipefitting and FabricationReviews basic mathematical skills necessary for the pipefitting trade. Teaches basic methods for fabricating piping offsets, miter-turn fittings, tees, odd angle elbows, 90 degree elbows, and the use of pipefitting and layout tools. May be taken with WEL 126. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL130Inert Gas WeldingIntroduces practical operations in the uses of inert-gas-shield arc welding. Discusses equipment, safety operations, welding practice in the various positions, process applications and manual and semi-automatic welding. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL135Inert Gas WeldingIntroduces practical operations in use of inert gas shielded arc welding. Studies equipment operation, setup, safety and practice of GMAW (MIG) and GTAW (TIG). Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL136Welding III (Inert Gas)Studies Tungsten and metallic inert gas procedures and practices including principles of operation, shielding gasses, filler rods, process variations and applications, manual and automatic welding, equipment and safety. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL138Pipe and Tube WeldingDevelops entry level skills for the inert gas tungsten welding process (ITG) with emphasis upon thin and thick wall carbon and stainless piping and tubing. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL141Welder Qualification Tests IStudies techniques and practices of testing welded joints through destructive and non-destructive testing. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL142Welder Qualification Tests IIStudies techniques and practices of testing welded joints through destructive and non-destructive testing. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
WEL150Welding Drawing and InterpretationTeaches fundamentals required for successful drafting as applied to the welding industry. Includes blueprint reading, geometric principles of drafting and freehand sketching, basic principles of orthographic projection, preparation of drawings and interpretation of symbols. Display Outline PDFEmail Dean
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