“Welding Nonferrous Metals” defines nonferrous metals, describes a range of nonferrous metals and their properties, and discusses best welding practices for each type. The nonferrous metal label encompasses a wide range of metals with varying mechanical and physical properties, all of which require different approaches when welding. Though less common than ferrous metals, nonferrous metals are used in a wide range of applications that require welding. Understanding nonferrous metals and their welding processes is essential for any welder. After completing this class, a user will be able to identify the various nonferrous metals, explain their properties, and describe the best welding approach for each type of metal.
- Describe nonferrous metals
- Describe common nonferrous metals
- Describe how the properties of nonferrous metals relate to weldability
- Describe grain structure of metals
- Describe the effect of welding heat on nonferrous metals
- Describe various heat treatments used for nonferrous metals
- Describe aluminum and aluminum alloys
- Describe welding practices for aluminum and aluminum alloys
- Describe copper and copper alloys
- Describe welding practices for copper
- Describe welding practices for copper alloys
- Describe magnesium and magnesium alloys
- Describe nickel and nickel alloys
- Describe zinc and zinc alloys
- Describe titanium and titanium alloys
- Describe various refractory metals
- Describe welding processes for refractory metals.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Welding, Nonferrous Metals
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