2018-2019 Catalog

WELD - WELDING

WELD 1710 OXYACETYLENE WELDING

The student will develop welding safety and good shop practice skills. Topics of study include: Oxyacetylene welding and brazing of mild steel; Oxyfuel Safety; Oxyfuel Welding and Brazing Equipment and Oxyfuel Welding and Brazing Performance tasks.

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WELD 1715 OXYACETYLENE CUTTING

Topics of study include Oxyacetylene cutting of circles, bevel edges, straight cuts and free-hand pipe beveling. Flame cutting equipment techniques will be taught using a hand-held cutting torch, a straight line track burner, and a coordinate shape cutter.

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WELD 1755 SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING

The student should be able to discuss SMAW, its processes and principles; have a basic knowledge of welding power supplies, tools and equipment and be able to discuss electrical safety. Topics of study include an introduction to welding, principles of arc welding and shielded metal arc electrodes.

3

WELD 1760 ADV. SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING

The student should be able to weld tee joints in the horizontal position using E-7024 welding electrodes as well as single and multi-pass welds in the vertical-up and overhead positions using E-6010 and E-7018 welding electrodes. The student will become familiar with air-arc cutting and gouging techniques.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1755 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1770 GAS METAL ARC WELDING

The student will learn the processes and principles of GMAW and FCAW. The student will be able to differentiate between short-circuit and spray-arc transfer, and know the different types of electrode wires and shielding gases used in GMAW and FCAW. The student will use short-circuit , duel shield, and the flux cored processes for welding tee joints, V-groove butt joints on mild steel and aluminum.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1840 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1774 GAS METAL ARC WELDING - PIPE

The student will learn the techniques necessary to create full penetration welds on schedule 40 carbon steel pipe in all positions using the Gas Metal Arc process with ER70S filler metal with a 75%/25% Argon/CO2 shielding gas.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1770 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1776 FLUX CORED ARC WELDING- PIPE

The student will learn the techniques necessary to make code quality FCA welds on pipe in all positions using GMAW root and hot passes and FCAW on the remaining fill and cap. Such welds will be made on 6" schedule 80 pipe or larger. E70-T1 or equivalent will be used as the filler metal with a 75%/25% Argon/CO2 shielding gas.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1774 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1780 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING - PLATE

12/03 Course title and description changed The student will learn the processes, principles and equipment involved in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. The student should be able to discuss electrical safety in GTAW, how to properly handle welding and cooling systems, and solve problems concerning GTAW. Topics of study include GTAW welding on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum plate using 16 gauge and 3/8" mild steel plate.

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Prerequisites

WELD 1840 and WELD 1950 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1840 GROOVE WELDING PLATE

The student will learn to weld open Single V-groove butt joints in the flat, horizontal, vertical-up and overhead position with and without backing strips. Students will use E-6010 welding electrodes for root beads and E-7018 welding electrodes for fill and cap. Students will learn to prepare bend test specimens for destructive testing and be given an opportunity to certify upon completion of this course.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1760 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1860 WELDING FABRICATION

This course is designed to provide skills and knowledge for structural steel and some pipe layout. Students will draft their own projects, learn and identify welding and drafting symbols. Students will also learn to record time spent on a project and as well as the total cost of the project. Taught in Outreach only.

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Prerequisites

WELD 1755 and WELD 1760 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1950 SMAW STAINLESS STEEL BASIC

12/03 CHANGE IN CREDIT FROM 2 to 3 This course is intended to introduce the student to the basics of shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) of Stainless Stell welding on plate. The course includes an introduction to the AWS electrode classification system for stainless steel covered electrodes, their characteristics and uses.

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Prerequisites

WELD 1760 or Instructor Permission

WELD 1960 SUBMERGED ARC WELDING

Students will learn the basics of the Submerged Arc Welding Process. Topics include; SAW processes and safety, SAW power sources and equipment, SAW electrodes ansd fluxes and SAW procedures and joint designs.

2

Prerequisites

WELD 1774 and WELD 1776 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2510 PIPE WELD I:SCHEDULE 40

This course is intended to teach the student the basics of SMAW welding on pipe in the 2G, 5G vertical-up and 6G vertical-up positions. The student will learn to differentiate between basic categories of pipe welding, select proper electrodes for pipe welding, discuss joint preparation and learn methods for destructive and non-destructive pipe testing. E-6010 welding electrodes will be used on root beads and E-7018 will be used on the fill and cap passes. Students will be given an opportunity to pass a pipe weld certification test upon completion of the course.

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Prerequisites

WELD 1840 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2520 PIPE WELD II:SCHED 80 PIPE

This self-paced course is offered all semesters as both a day and an evening class, and students employed in shift-work may attend either session. Topics of study include welding to specificiations V-groove joints on schedule 80 pipe in the 2G, 5G and 6G positions. The SMAW process will be used and E-6010 will be used on the roots and E-7018 will be used on all filler passes. All welding in this block will be done in the vertical up and horizontal up method. All welds will be tested with the destructive bend tester and the tests for certification may also be radiographed.

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Prerequisites

WELD 2510 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2530 DOWNHILL PIPE WELDING

The student will weld to specifications Vee-groove butt joints in the 2G, 5G vertical-down and the 6G vertical-down positions. The E-6010 electrode will be used for the root pass and when required, for the hot pass. E-7010, or 70+(E-8010), will be used for the fill and cap passes. Performance tests in this course will be conducted to the specifications of the American Petroleum Institute's 1104 code procedures.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1840 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2540 PIPE LAYOUT AND FABRICATION

The student will learn to calculate run, set and travel for pipe runs, rolling offsets, two-piece parallel offsets and other pipe run configurations. The student will learn to use the framing square, the pipe wrap-around, two hole pins and other pipe fitting tools to layout, fit up and tack weld pipe assemblies. The student will use the hand-held cutting torch to make bevel cuts that require extreme accuracy.

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Prerequisites

WELD 2520 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2630 WELDING FOR THE ARTS I

This course is intended to introduce the student to the basics of gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and how it can be applied to basic welding projects such as metal sculpture, auto repair, metal fence building and theatre set production. The student should be able to discuss GMAW, its processes and principles, have a basic knowledge of welding power supplies, tools and equipment and be able to discuss electrical safety. for welding majors.

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WELD 2635 WELDING FOR THE ARTS II

This course is a continuation of Welding for the Arts I. This segment concentrates on the use of Sheilded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) as applied to metal sculpture, auto repair, fence building and theatre set production. Students will be required to fabricate a metal sculpture, or other weldment, as a final project. This course is not intended for Welding majors.

3

WELD 2650 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING--PIPE

Topics of study include (GTAW) heliarc welding on schedule 40 - 2" pipe and schedule 80 - 6" pipe. Both sizes of pipe will be welded in the 2G, 5G and 6G positions. Root and hot passes will be welded with heliarc and the remaining passes with 7018.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 1780 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2660 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE WELDING

COURSE TITLE & DESCRIPTION CHANGED 12/03 The student will learn the procedure for GTAW of stainless steel on carbon steel 6" pipe for the root and the second pass, and SMAW stainless steel for the remainder of the filler passes and cap. The student will also learn other welds on 6" pipe done using the GTAW process with stainless steel all the way out. Welds will be made in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions.

3

Prerequisites

WELD 2560 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2670 WELDING INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY

The purpose of this course is to give the student a basic understanding of weld inspection procedures, welding codes and standards, destructive and non-destructive inspection techniques and the preparation of supporting documents.

4

Prerequisites

WELD 1840 or Instructor Permission

WELD 2810 CERTIFICATION TEST TRAINING

This course is an introduction to the proper techniques and practices needed to meet the requirements of Weld Certification Testing.

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