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ASM Handbook Volume 6A : Welding Fundamentals and Processes

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Title: ASM Handbook Volume 6A : Welding Fundamentals and Processes
Author: ASM
ISBN: 1615031332 / 9781615031337
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 700
Publisher: ASM International
Year: 2012
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Completely revised, Volume 6 is the most comprehensive reference book ever produced on the major joining technologies and their applications to engineered materials--90% of its contents are totally new to the ASM Handbook Series. With over 500 illustrations and 400 tables, this book includes practical advice on consumable selection and procedure development, as well as joining fundamentals.

Find the Answers in Four Major Sections:

Fundamentals of Joining--addresses fundamental principles including basic chemistry, physics, and metallurgical concepts.

Joining Processes--provides details on all major joining processes, including process parameters, advantages and limitations, applications, equipment, and health and safety.

Materials Selection for Joined Assemblies--describes how to optimize materials selection for particular applications.

Consumable Selection, Procedure Development, and Practice Considerations--serves as a guide to practices for joining specific materials, based on comprehensive, up-to-date information and data on all principal materials types and joining processes.

Additional topics include : joint evaluation and quality control, modelling of joining processes, underwater welding, space welding, cryogenic welding, joining of composites and plastics, intelligent automation for joining technology, corrosion of weldments, thermal spray coating, cutting processes, health and safety, and welding terms and definitions.

Foreword
Policy on Units of Measure
Preface
Authors
Reviewers

Fundamentals of Joining

Section 1 : Fundamentals of Welding
Energy Sources Used for Fusion Welding
Heat Flow in Fusion Welding
Fluid Flow Phenomena During Welding
Transfer of Heat and Mass to The Base Metal in Gas-Metal Arc Welding
Arc Physics of Gas-Tungsten Arc Welding
Power Sources
Fundamentals of Weld Solidification
Nature and Behavior of Fluxes Used for Welding
Shielding Gases
Solid-State Transformations in Weldments
Cracking Phenomena Associated with Welding
Characterization of Welds

Section 2 : Fundamentals of Brazing and Soldering
Introduction to Brazing and Soldering
Fundamentals of Brazing
Fundamentals of Soldering

Section 3 : Fundamentals of Solid-State Welding
Introduction to Solid-State Welding
Fundamentals of Metals and Metal-to-Ceramic-Adhesion
Fundamentals of Friction Welding
Fundamentals of Diffusion Bonding
Fundamentals of Explosion Welding
Mechanical Properties of Soft-Interlayer Solid-State Welds

Joining Processes

Section 4 : Fusion Welding Processes
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Gas-Metal Arc Welding
Flux-Cored Arc Welding
Gas-Tungsten Arc Welding
Plasma Arc Welding
Carbon Arc Welding
Submerged Arc Welding
Stud Arc Welding
Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding
Plasma-MIG Welding
Resistance Spot Welding
Projection Welding
Resistance Seam Welding
Flash Welding
Upset Welding
High-Frequency Welding
Electron-Beam Welding
Laser-Beam Welding
Electroslag and Electrogas Welding
Oxyfuel Gas Welding
Thermite Welding

Section 5 : Solid-State Welding, Brazing, and Soldering Processes
Solid-State Welding Processes
High-Temperature Solid-State Welding
Low-Temperature Solid-State Welding
Explosion Welding
Forge Welding
Cold Welding
Coextrusion Welding
Roll Welding
Friction Welding
Radial Friction Welding
Friction Surfacing
Ultrasonic Welding
Brazing Processes
Torch Brazing
Furnace Brazing
Induction Brazing
Dip Brazing
Resistance Brazing
Diffusion Brazing
Exothermic Brazing
Brazing With Clad Brazing Materials
Soldering Processes
Iron Soldering
Torch Soldering
Furnace and Infrared Soldering
Dip Soldering
Resistance Soldering
Laser Soldering
Hot Gas Soldering
Induction Soldering
Wave Soldering
Vapor-Phase Soldering

Materials Selection for Joined Assemblies

Section 6 : Material Requirements for Service Conditions
Material Requirements for Service Conditions

Section 7 : Selection of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels
Introduction to The Selection of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels
Influence of Welding on Steel Weldment Soundness
Influence of Welding on Steel Weldment Properties

Section 8 : Selection of Stainless Steels
Introduction to the Selection of Stainless Steels
Selection of Wrought Martensitic Stainless Steels
Selection of Wrought Ferritic Stainless Steels
Selection of Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steels
Selection of Wrought Duplex Stainless Steels
Selection of Wrought Precipitation-Hardening Stainless Steels
Selection of Cast Stainless Steels
Dissimilar Welds with Stainless Steels

Section : 9 : Selection of Nonferrous Low-Temperature Materials
Selection and Weldability of Conventional Titanium Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Advanced Titanium-Base Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Heat-Treatable Aluminum Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Non-Heat-Treatable Aluminum Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Dispersion-Strengthened Aluminum Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Aluminum-Lithium Alloys
Selection and Weldability of Aluminum Metal-Matrix Composites

Section 10 : Selection of Nonferrous High-Temperature Materials
General Welding Characteristics of High-Temperature Materials
Welding Metallurgy of Nonferrous High-Temperature Materials
Postweld Heat Treatment of Nonferrous High-Temperature Materials
Special Metallurgical Welding Considerations for Nickel and Cobalt Alloys and Superalloys
Special Metallurgical Welding Considerations for Refractory Metals

Section 11 : Selection of Nonferrous Corrosion-Resistant Materials
Introduction to The Selection of Nonferrous Corrosion-Resistant Materials
Selection of Nickel, Nickel-Copper, Nickel-Chromium, and Nickel-Chromium -Iron Alloys
Selection of Nickel-Base Corrosion -Resistant Alloys Containing Molybdenum
Selection of Cobalt-, Titanium-, Zirconium-, and Tantalum-Base Corrosion-Resistant Alloys

Section 12 : Weldability Testing
Weldability Testing

Section 13 : Brazeability and Solderability of Engineering Materials
Brazeability and Solderability of Engineering Materials

Consumable Selection, Procedure Development, and Practice Considerations

Section 14 : Practice Considerations for Arc Welding
Welding of Carbon Steels
Welding of Low-Alloy Steels
Welding of Stainless Steels
Welding of Cast Irons
Welding of Aluminum Alloys
Welding of Nickel Alloys
Welding of Copper Alloys
Welding of Magnesium Alloys
Welding of Titanium Alloys
Welding of Zirconium Alloys
Hardfacing, Weld Cladding, and Dissimilar Metal Joining

Section 15 : Practice Considerations for Resistance Welding & High-Energy-Beam Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Resistance Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Electron-Beam Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Laser-Beam Welding

Section 16 : Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Solid-State Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Diffusion Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Inertia and Direct-Drive Friction Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Ultrasonic Welding
Procedure Development and Practice Considerations for Explosion Welding

Section 17 : Practice Considerations for Brazing and Soldering
Selection Criteria for Brazing and Soldering Consumables
Brazing of Cast Irons and Carbon Steels
Brazing of Stainless Steels
Brazing of Heat-Resistant Alloys, Low-Alloy Steels, and Tool Steels
Brazing of Copper, Copper Alloys, and Precious Metals
Brazing of Aluminum Alloys
Brazing of Refractory and Reactive Metals
Brazing of Ceramic and Ceramic-Metal Joints
Application of Clad Brazing Materials
General Soldering
Soldering in Electronic Applications

Special Welding and Joining Considerations

Section 18 : Special Welding and Joining Topics
Introduction to Special Welding and Joining Topics
Thermal Spray Coatings
Underwater Welding
Welding for Cryogenic Service
Welding in Space and Low-Gravity Environments
Joining of Organic-Matrix Composites
Joining of Oxide-Dispersion-Strengthened Materials
Composite-to-Metal Joining
Welding of Plastics
Intelligent Automation for Joining Technology
Corrosion of Weldments

Section 19 : Joint Evaluation and Quality Control
Overview of Weld Discontinuities
Inspection of Welded Joints
Weld Procedure Qualification
Residual Stresses and Distortion
Repair Welding
Fitness-for-Service Assessment of Welded Structures
Evaluation and Quality Control of Brazed Joints
Evaluation and Quality Control of Soldered Joints

Section 20 : Modeling of Joining Processes
Numerical Aspects of Modeling Welds
Characterization and Modeling of The Heat Source
Validation Strategies for Heat-Affected Zone and Fluid-Flow Calculations

Section 21 : Cutting Processes
Oxyfuel Gas Cutting
Plasma Arc Cutting
Air-Carbon Arc Cutting
Mechanical Cutting for Weld Preparation

Safe Practices
Glossary of Terms
Metric Conversion Guide
Temperature Conversion Table
Abbreviations, Symbols, and Tradenames
Index

 
 
 
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