Production engineers, welding supervisors, QA/QC personnel and inspection staff.
Influence of alloying elements; properties of welded joints; weldability of steels - mild and low alloy; use of carbon equivalent formulae; metallurgical defects; cracking mechanisms and control; effects of preheat and/or post-weld heat treatment, choosing appropriate filler material.
- To understand the role of metallurgy in welding technology
- To appreciate the effect of alloying elements on carbon steel properties
- To identify weldability problems in typical carbon and low alloy steels
- To understand the causes and significance of metallurgical defects in welds
- To appreciate requirements of preheat and post-weld heat treatment procedures
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IIW/EWF DIPLOMA COURSE
Materials and their Behaviour (MAB)