|Certification and Code Welding|
|CLASS CODE:||WELD 229||CREDITS: 3|
|DIVISION:||PHYSICAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING|
|DEPARTMENT:||MECHANICAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|CATALOG DESCRIPTION:||Interpreting and writing welding procedures and welder qualifications and specifications. Welding to AWS, API, and ASME codes to meet the entry level employment standards for code work. Training in SMAW, STAW, GMAW, and FCAW processes for qualification of welders in all positions on plate, pipe and rebar. May be taken more than once. A qualification test will be given at end of course by a qualified Certified Welding Testing Lab. (Winter)|
|DESCRIPTION:||Interpreting and writing welding procedures and welder qualifications and specifications. Welding to AWS, API, and ASME codes to meet the entry level employment standards for Code work. Training in the procedures using SMAW, STAW, GMAW, and FCAW processes for qualification of welders in all positions on plate, pipe, and rebar. May be taken more than once. A qualification test will be given at end of course by a qualified Certified Welding Testing Lab. (Winter)|
|TOPICS:||1. Welding Reliability
2. Codes & Specifications
3. Welding Procedures & Qualifying Them
5. Qualifying Welders (Tack Welder, Fillet Welder, Groove Welder, Pipe Welder)
6. Visual Inspection
8. Welder Identification
9. Quality Control and Evaluation
10. Welding Problems and Solutions
11. Conversion Information & Practice
12. Welding Processes: Grouping Method of Application & Procedures
13. Welding Electricity
14. Training & Qualifying Personnel
15. Safety & Health of Welders
16. Nonconsumable Welding Arc
17. Consumable Welding Arc
18. Arc Welding Variables and Parameters
19. Arc Welding Process Selection
20. Pre-heat and Post-heat Treatment
21. Electrodes & Filler Metals – covered, cored, solid, flaxes
22. Shielding Gasses
|OBJECTIVES:||1. Students will be able to read code books AWS, API, and ASME.
2. Interpret Welding Procedure Specifications.
3. Weld in compliance to performance qualifications.
4. Keep performance and procedure qualification records.
5. Know correct nomenclature of Inspections & Qualification Specifics.
6. Identify Basic Metals & Non-metals.
7. Know weld symbols and weld inspection symbols.
8. Use correct reinforcement specifications as reference.
9. Use sheet steel specifications as reference.
|REQUIREMENTS:||A. Reading Assignments
1. Problem Assignments 200 pts.
2. Quizzes 100 pts.
3. Exams: Mid-term 100 pts.
4. Final 200 pts.
B. Written Assignments (computer generated)
1. Welding Procedure Specification (3) W.P.S. 300 pts.
2. Welder Qualification Record (3) W.Q.R.
C. Lab Assignments
13 practice assignments using SMAW, GMAW,
GTAW, FCAW in all positions on various materials.
D. Welder Qualification Test (Certification)
[Administered by Outside Vender]
Two tests @ 200 points each (Two processes required)
NOTE: All W.P.S. and Lab Assignments must be completed before taking W.Q. Test!
E. Use of Code Books, Terms, and Definitions 200 pts.
|PREREQUISITES:||Prerequisite: Weld 105, Weld 123, Weld 225 or concurrent enrollment|
|OTHER:||Materials & Equipment: Pencils, Pens, 3-Ring Binder, computer disk, coveralls, leathers, boots, hat, gloves, safety glasses, ear plugs, tip cleaners, pliers, needle nose pliers and/or side cutters, padlock & two keys (2nd key in locked key storage).|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 1995|