Welding Pocket Reference by James E. Brumbaugh

Audel’s Welding Pocket Reference is one of the best manuals on welding processes, types, safety measures, metal properties, joint types, welding positions, types of weld and terminology. The book is authored by James E. Brumbaugh and Rex Miller. It is helpful for the professionals working in building construction, repairing a railroad problem, solder a tin-can for a project, and the like others. According to Authors, the handbook is a special gift to students studying in vocational courses, apprenticeship programs, technical colleges and welding classes in industrial technology programs. They can use the book as a helping hand for reference both in class, at home and in working places. Simply it is a pocket reference book.

Professional welders reveal the manual a handy reference with illustrations while dealing with everyday welding problems and working on a project in the field. The book tells which electrode numbers should be used on metals. Also, students and welders remain up to date with the latest facts, devices, and figures.

Welding Pocket Reference by James E. Brumbaugh and Rex Miller

Table of Contents:

1 – Welding and Cutting Safety

2 – Oxyacetylene Welding

3 – Oxyacetylene Cutting

4 – Shielded Metal Arc Welding

5 – Arc Welding and Cutting

6 – Brazing and Braze Welding

7 – Soldering

8 – Identifying Metals

9 – Cast Iron

10 – Wrought Iron

11 – Carbon Steels

12 – Alloy Steels

13 – Reactive and Refractory Metals

14 – Galvanized Metals

15 – Soft Metals Welding

16 – Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys

17 – Lead, Tin and Zinc

18 – Hard Facing and Tool and Die Steels

19 – Types of Joints

20 – Welding Positions

21 – Types of Welds

22 – Weld Terminology

Thus, Welding Pocket Reference is a handy book for students studying in colleges and professionals working in the welding industries. They can keep it in the pocket for reference anytime. The book explains what electrode number is suitable for which metal type. It also tells welding types, joint types, welding positions, selections of tools, metal properties, cutting processes, etc.

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