Manufacturing Processes - Joining Metals
Learn about the fundamentals of metal joining and welding processes such as brazing from this free online course.Publisher: NPTEL
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There are different ways in which manufacturers can bring together two or more parts of metal to achieve the required size and shape of a product. Manufacturing Processes: Joining Metals is a free online course that will teach you about assembly and metal joining. You will learn about the different ways in which the joints of metallic materials can be made as well as the welding processes.
This course begins by introducing you to the fundamentals of metal joining. You will learn about the different processes and techniques needed in joining metals to achieve the desired features of a product. These include brazing, welding, soldering, and adhesive bonding. Furthermore, you will learn about the effects of heat input in the development of sound joints and solid-liquid joining processes, as well as the chemical joining process. You will also learn about weldability and welding defects.
This free online course will teach you how to achieve sound joints through the joining and welding processes. You will learn about the types of defects and discontinuities formed in the weld joints. This course will be of great interest to individuals in the automobile industry and the aviation industry. Start this free course today and learn how you can apply such processes to your business.Start Course Now
The Process of Joining Metals
The Process of Joining Metals - Learning Outcomes
Joining of Metals - Fundamentals I
Joining of Metals: Fundamentals II
Brazing, Soldering, and Weldability
Weldability and Welding Defects
The Process of Joining Metals - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Evaluate the purpose of heat treatment in the joining of metals
- Discuss the limitations of the process of joining metals
- List the common types of joints and welds in the manufacturing processes
- Analyse the role of heat input in developing a sound joint
- List the different applications related to the joining of metals
- Discuss the process of brazing, soldering and adhesive process of joining metals.
- Discuss the impact of defects in the welding
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