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Taylor & Francis
The Welding of Aluminium and its Alloys provides a basic understanding of the metallurgic principles underpinning how alloys achieve their strength and how welding can effect their properties. A practical guide for the shop-floor engineer, the book covers weldability of aluminium alloys, process description, advantages, limitations, proposed weld parameters, health and safety issues, preparation for welding, quality assurance and quality control issues, and problem solving. The book covers parent metal storage and preparation prior to welding, describes the more frequently encountered processes, and presents recommendations on welding parameters that may be used as a starting point for the development of a viable welding procedure. Providing hints and tips that help you avoid some of the pitfalls of welding these sometimes problematic materials, the book's content is both descriptive and qualitative. The Welding of Aluminium and its Alloys is a concise and effective reference for engineers who may have little prior understanding of metallurgy and only a brief acquaintance with the welding processes involved.
INTRODUCTION TO THE WELDING OF ALUMINIUM Introduction Characteristics of Aluminium Product Forms Welding: A Few Definitions WELDING METALLURGY Introduction Strengthening Mechanisms Structure of Metals Aluminium Weldability Problems Oxide Film Removal During Welding Hot Cracking Strength Loss During Welding MATERIAL STANDARDS, DESIGNATIONS AND ALLOYS Designation Criteria Alloying Elements CEN Designation System Specific Alloy Metallurgy Filler Metal Selection PREPARATION FOR WELDING Introduction Storage and Handling Plasma-Arc Cutting Laser Beam Cutting Water Jet Cutting Mechanical Cutting Cleaning and Degreasing WELDING DESIGN Introduction Access for Welding Welding Speed Welding Position Edge Preparation and Joint Design Distortion Rectification of Distortion Fatigue Strength of Welded Joints TIG WELDING Introduction Process Principles Mechanised/Automatic Welding TIG Spot and Plug Welding MIG WELDING Introduction Process Principles Welding Consumables Welding Procedures and Techniques Mechanised and Robotic Welding Mechanised Electro-Gas Welding MIG Spot Welding OTHER WELDING PROCESSES Introduction Plasma-Arc Welding Laser Welding Electron Beam Welding Friction Welding RESISTANCE WELDING PROCESSES Introduction Power Sources Surface Condition and Preparation Spot Welding Seam Welding Flash Butt Welding WELDING PROCEDURE AND WELDER APPROVAL Introduction Welding Procedures Welder Approval WELD DEFECTS AND QUALITY CONTROL Introduction Defects in Arc Welding Non-Destructive Testing Methods Appendix A: British and ISO standards related to welding and aluminium Appendix B: Physical, mechanical and chemical properties at 20 degrees C Appendix C: Principal alloy designations: cast products Appendix D: Alloy designations: wrought products
Aluminum - Welding, Metals technology / metallurgy, Civil engineering, surveying & building