“Welding Symbols and Codes” describes how welding blueprints represent welding requirements. A weld is represented in a blueprint using a welding symbol. Welding symbols, which were created by the American Welding Society, include a reference line, arrow element, weld symbol or symbols, tail, and weld dimensions. When needed, the welding symbol will also have supplementary symbols and finish symbols. The welding symbol includes various components on the reference line to show the characteristics of the weld and provide specific instructions to the welder. After taking this class, users should be able to explain the many types of welding symbols and their characteristics, as well as the welding codes and specifications used in the welding industry.
- Define welding symbols
- Identify welding symbol components
- Explain the reference line of a welding symbol
- Describe the five basic weld joints and their welds
- Identify the different weld symbols
- Identify the important components of fillet and groove welds
- Describe fillet weld dimensions in a welding symbol
- Describe groove weld dimensions in a welding symbol
- Describe intermittent weld dimensions in a welding symbol
- Describe the tail of a welding symbol
- Identify supplementary symbols used in welding symbols
- Identify contour symbols used in welding symbols
- Identify the finish symbols used in welding symbols
- Identify the nondestructive testing symbols used in welding symbols
- Describe welding codes and their sources
- Describe a welding bill of materials
- Identify base metals from a bill of materials.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Welding Symbols, Welding Codes, Materials
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