WELD 0011. Welding Metallurgy
Formerly known as WELD 60
Prerequisite: Completion of WELD 2A, WELD 3A or WELD 5A with grade of "C" or better
Hours: 90 (36 lecture, 54 laboratory)
Exploration of the production and properties of ferrous metals used in the welding industry. The chemical and physical properties of metals, crystallization, and theoretical concepts of alloying. Laboratory experiments in metal identification, hardness and destructive testing, heat treating, sample preparation, and microphotography. (CSU)
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