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2021-2022 Lane Community College Catalog 
    
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WLD 216 - Fabrication/Welding 5

12 Credit(s)

This course instructs in the skills and technology associated with fabrication of metal products. Welding practice is provided in wire drive, SMAW and GTAW processes. Fabrication skills taught include blueprint reading, metal layout, part preparation and assembly and final finishing. Also studied are concepts in ferrous metallurgy and their applications especially pertaining to welding of carbon and stainless steel.

Prerequisite: WLD 215 . Second year standing or instructor consent or performance test and written examination.
Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

1. Make shop drawings

2. Read and apply industrial blueprints

Shop Fabrication:

3. Identify by schedule number various pipes

4. Layout, cut, fit, and weld various pipe joints

5. Layout, cut, fit, and weld pipe flanges

6. Fabricate from blueprints and shop drawings metal products

Programmable Metal Processing Equipment:

7. Set-up, program and operate computer controlled metal processing equipment

8. Edit computer programs to alter cutting and bending parameters on programmable equipment

9. Perform basic maintenance on computer controlled metal processing equipment

Applied Metallurgy:

10. For plain carbon and HSLA steels determine weldability and write appropriate welding procedures

11. Research and demonstrate appropriate pre-weld and post-weld heating procedures for plain carbon and HSLA steels

12. Describe effects of various welding shielding gases, fluxes and slags on weldments

13. Use non-destructive and destructive testing procedures to evaluate weld and base metal properties

14. Identify various stainless steel and aluminum alloy groups using visual methods and metal analysis tools

15. Describe in writing the effects of alloying elements on the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of stainess steels and aluminum alloys

16. Use tables to develop and perform various heat treating procedures for stainless and /or aluminum alloys

17. Determine, using tables, the weldability of various stainless steel and aluminum alloys, and describe and perform an appropriate welding procedure for those metals

Welding: Shielded Metal Arc Welding:

18. Weld SMAW projects and products

Gas Metal Arc Welding:

19. Weld GMAW projects and products. Flux Cored Arc Welding, Gas Shielded

20. Weld FCAW-G projects and products

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding:

21. Set GTAW machine controls to weld stainless steel and aluminum alloys

22. Layout, cut and tack typical industrial weld joints and make welds on these joints in the four standard positions

23. Weld aluminum using manual and programmed pulsing techniques

24. Perform non-destructive and destructive weld tests on stainless steel and aluminum alloy weldments

25. Critique welds identifying causes of, and solutions to, various defects



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