Lecture Notes on Welding and Cutting Process (Module-III)




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Welding involves joining two or more pieces of metal together to form a single piece. Molten metal is generated through an intense heat source, such as oxygen and fuel gas or an electrical arc. Common welding processes using an electrical arc include Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

Unlike welding processes which join two pieces of metal, cutting processes involve separating or severing a piece of metal through intense heat generated to melt the metal. Cutting processes include oxygen and fuel gas and electrical arc gouging.

Content:-
1. GAS WELDING
2. SUBMERGED ARC WELDING (SAW)
3. PLASMA ARC WELDING
4. THERMIT WELDING
5. ELECTROSLAG WELDING
6. ELECTRON BEAM WELDING
7. Advantages of EBW
8. Disadvantages of EBW
9. Applications of EBW
10. LASER BEAM WELDING PROCESS
11. WELD DEFECTS AND TESTING
12. Gas cutting
12. Arc cutting




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