“Welding Ferrous Metals” defines ferrous metals, describes the common forms of ferrous metal, and discusses best welding practices for each. Each type of ferrous metal has different mechanical, physical, and chemical properties. Though all ferrous metals contain iron, their varying compositions require a number of different welding approaches. Ferrous metals are the most common metals that welders will encounter. Knowledge of ferrous metal types, composition, and best welding practices is crucial. After taking this class, welders should be able to identify the various ferrous metals, their properties, and the best welding practices for each type.
- Describe ferrous metals
- Describe the effect the properties of ferrous metals have on their weldability
- Describe the effects of welding heat on metal
- Describe the heat treatments that can be used in the welding process
- Distinguish between the various types of cast iron
- Describe the best welding practices for cast iron
- Distinguish between the various types of carbon steel
- Describe the best welding practices for low-carbon steel
- Describe the best welding practices for medium-carbon steel
- Describe the best welding practices for high-carbon steel
- Describe the best welding practices for alloy steel
- Describe the best practices for welding stainless steels
- Describe the best welding practices for welding specific types of stainless steel
- Describe the best welding practices for wrought iron
- Describe common welding procedures for clad steel
- Describe common welding procedures for cast steel.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Welding Practices, Ferrous Metals,
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