Basics of Welding and Joining Technologies
Free online welding course on the basics of welding and joining technology, as well as the physics of welding.
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This free online welding course, Basics of Welding and Joining Technologies, will help you understand the principles of welding. You will be introduced to the basics of welding, where you will learn about the different welding processes and techniques and how you can apply these to achieve smooth welding . This welding training course will also teach you how you can use the arc welding power sources in welding.
Next, this free online welding training course will also teach you the differences between the brazing and welding process. You will learn about the principles of brazing and how you can apply it on your own to achieve your perfect weld. You will also learn about the advantages and limitations of soldering, which will teach you about the dos and don'ts during your welding activities. Moving on, you will learn about the best method of application of your adhesive bonding to your welds and joints.
Furthermore, in this online welding course, you will learn about metal transfers in welding and its relevance towards perfecting your welding skills. This free online welding course will also teach you about the physics of welding and will broaden your understanding of welding. By the end of this course, you will have a strong knowledge in basics of welding, thereby becoming a better welder. Grab this opportunity now and begin this free online welding course.Start Course Now
Approaches in Welding and Joining
Basics of Welding and Joining - Learning Outcomes
Welding Classification, Physics of Welding and Welding Energy Sources
Breakdown of the Types of Welding
Brazing, Soldering and Adhesive Bonding
Kinds of Welding and Welding Challenges
Basics of Welding and Joining - Lesson Summary
Having completed this course, you should be able to:
- Explain the meaning of welding and joining
- Identify the critical technologies in manufacturing
- Identify the classification of welded joints
- Identify the different welding techniques
- Explain the science behind welding and joining
- Identify the types and sub-types of welding and joining
- Identify the classification of welding processes
- Identify the five types of joints and the three types of welding
- Identify the modes of metal transfer in welding
- Identify the kinds of welding
- Explain the challenges and issues in welding and joining
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