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Welding (WLD) Courses

WLD 104 - Oxy-Acetylene Cutting and Welding

(2.00 credits)

Identification and use of all parts of oxy-acetylene equipment will be covered. Instruction is given on welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals and the proper techniques in cutting metals.

WLD 107 - Blueprint Reading, Layout and Field Draw

(4.00 credits)

Basic fundamentals of drawings in the welding trade are covered. This course includes AWS weld symbols, the making of blueprints, drawings with the basic lines views, sketching, notes, specs, and dimensions. It enables the student to build or fabricate projects from blueprints.

WLD 108 - Low Hydrogen Welding

(4.00 credits)

"Instruction is given on the use of low hydrogen electrodes and their advantages. Students will join two plates forming ""Tee"", lap. corner and butt joints, and weld in four positions. Instruction is given in welding single ""V""-groove joints with 7018 electrodes to ASME or AWS welding procedures in four positions. FSP"

WLD 112 - Carbon Air & Plasma Arc Cutting

(1.00 credits)

Instruction is given on the safety and set-up of carbon air arc gouging and plasma arc cutting equipment. Students will learn to gouge mild steel plates and cut mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum plates and pipe.

WLD 117 - Welding Theory & Metallurgy

(4.00 credits)

This course introduces the student to the changes in welding technology and a basic overview of current welding processes. Students will learn about ferrous and non-ferrous metals and their use in modern fabrication processes.

WLD 118 - Arc Welding

(4.00 credits)

The student will be able to identify types of welding machines, properties, and electrodes. This course enables the student to weld thicknesses from 1/2 inch to 1/8 inch sheet metal according to the AWS and ASME specifications in all positions with 60 series electrodes.

WLD 119 - Metallic Inert Gas Welding and Flux Cored Arc Welding

(5.00 credits)

"Instruction is given on the operation and application of the application of GMAW and FCAW welding process. Instruction is given to weld two carbon steel plates forming a ""Tee"", lap corner and butt joints, in four positions. Instruction is given in welding open root ""V-grove"" joints to ASME or AWS welding procedure in four positions. Instruction is also given in welding stainless steel and aluminum plates with the GMAW welding process. When all competencies have been met for solid wires students are then trained with various types and sizes of flux cored wires in all four positions."

WLD 120 - Basic Arc Welding I

(2.00 credits)

The student will be able to identify types of welding machines, properties, and electrodes. This course enables a student to weld thicknesses from 1/2 inch to 1/8 inch sheet metal according to AWS and ASME specifications in a flat position.

WLD 121 - Basic Arc Welding II

(2.00 credits)

"This course is a continuation of WLD 120. Instruction is given on the use of 60 series electrodes and their advantages. Students will join two plates forming a ""Tee"", lap, corner and butt joints welding in a vertical and horizontal position according to AWS and ASME specifications for these positions."

WLD 123 - Metallic Inert Gas Welding I

(2.00 credits)

"Instruction is given on GMAW (gas metal arc welding) using solid wires with short circuit and spray type wire transfers. Instruction is given in the hands on application of forming ""Tee"", Lap, Butt, and corner welds according to AWS and ASME standards in the flat and horizontal positions."

WLD 124 - Metallic Inert Gas Welding II

(2.00 credits)

"This course is a continuation of WLD 123 with instruction given on ""Tee"", lap, corner, and butt joints in flat, vertical, and overhead positions according to AWS and ASME standards."

WLD 125 - Flux Cored Arc Welding

(1.00 credits)

This course is a continuation of WLD 123 and WLD 124. Students will continue welding in the flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead positions, welding with flux cored type wires according to AWS and ASME specifications.

WLD 201 - Tungsten Inert Gas Welding

(4.00 credits)

The student will be enabled to properly adjust the TIG welders for welding carbon, stainless and aluminum plates, to fabricate Tee, Lap, Butt, and Corner joints in all four positions. Student will also learn to weld open root single-V groove joints to AWS specifications.

WLD 202 - Pipe Welding

(4.00 credits)

"The student will weld on stainless and black pipe from 2 1/2"" schedule 40 to 6"" schedule 80 using GMAW, GTAW and SMAW welding processes. Pipe will be welded in the 5G and 6G AWS test positions to AWS standards."

WLD 204 - Testing and Qualifications

(4.00 credits)

Course will emphasize ASME and AWS welding test procedures on SMAW, GMAW, and GTAW. Testing will be done in all four positions and will include reading blueprints, welding symbols, and shop math.

WLD 205 - Applied Work Experience

(4.00 credits)

"This course provides students the opportunity to put into practice, in ""real life"" situations, skills that have been learned in the classroom and laboratory. Ideally, the applied work experience will be conducted in cooperation with a local employer; however, arrangements for an on campus experience can be made pending instructor approval."

WLD 206 - Non-Destructive Evaluation

(1.00 credits)

This is an introductory course that will focus on nondestructive and destructive techniques for assessing different welds. Methods covered include Dye Penetrant Testing, Magnetic Particle Testing, Ultrasonic Testing, and an introduction to Radiography.

WLD 220 - Tungsten Inert Gas Welding I

(2.00 credits)

"Students will be given instruction on proper uses and adjustments of TIG machines. Students will be given instruction on theory and hands-on procedures for welding aluminum, stainless steel, and carbon steel, in flat position using ""Tee"", lap, butt, and corner joints according to AWS and ASME standards."

WLD 221 - Tungsten Inert Gas Welding II

(2.00 credits)

"This is a continuation of WLD 220. Students get instruction in aluminum, stainless steel, and carbon steel in flat, vertical, and overhead position using ""Tee"", lap, butt, and corner joints according to AWS and ASME standards."



 

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