The Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding (12th Edition) handbook is a practical approach to the various aspects of an arc welding process. Basically, the book is a revised edition of the old book, the Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding Design and Practice, published in 1933 by The Lincoln Electric Company. The company had published the book with an aim to use the arc welding process efficiently. The information source of the book comes from the engineering laboratories of the Lincoln Electric Company, field engineers, experiences of other personnel from various fields, publications of other companies, technical societies, governmental and industrial organizations, etc.
The book provides a stunning guide for working people using arc welding every day. These professionals and entities comprise steel erection firms, welding operators/welders, designers, engineers, welding shop owners and the management person of fabrication shops and the like others. In addition, the book for engineers and designers is a bridge between production realities, engineering, and design.
The Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding (12th Edition)
The following is all about the subject matter of the arc welding handbook.
Table of Contents:
Section 1 – Introduction and Fundamentals
Section 2 – Designing for Arc Welding
Section 3 – Variables in Welding Fabrication
Section 4 – Consumables and Machinery
Section 5 – Welding Processes
Section 6 – Welding Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel
Section 7 – Welding Stainless Steel
Section 8 – Welding Cast Iron and Cast Steel
Section 9 – Welding Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Section 10 – Welding Copper and Copper Alloys
Section 11 – Quality Control
Section 12 – Welding Costs
Section 13 – Special Applications
Section 14 – Installation and Maintenance
Section 15 – Safety in Welding
Section 16 – Reference Section and Index
Thus, The Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding is a very helpful book for professionals working in different firms and running their own welding shops. Besides this, they can use it undoubtedly as it is published by the well-known name, The Lincoln Electric Company.
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