Library Materials for Welding Engineering Technology (WEL)
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Books and media on Welding can be found in the Library under the classification TS227-TS228.96. This also includes works on oxyacetylene welding (gas welding) and braze welding. Books on arc welding (also called electric arc welding, resistance welding, and spot welding) are found on the shelves in TK4660 (listed in the Library Catalog under the subject terms Electric Welding and Gas Metal Arc Welding). The Library has many books on computer-aided design & drafting. Most books are in T385 or NA2728. Look in the Library Catalog under Computer-Aided Design for specific call numbers. Books on Manufacturing Processes are found in TS183; Electricity, QC501-QC721; Blueprints in T379 (Mechanical drawing); and Metallurgy, TN600-799. Works on Industrial Safety are found in T55-55.3. Books on Metrology (the science of measurement or of weights and measures) are found in T50, which includes works on Measurement (the general process of measuring). Books on engineering materials are found in Materials, TA401-TA492. General works on the Strength of Materials (also called mechanics of materials) are located in the Library in the classification TA405, with TA410-TA417 for works on the testing of materials. Books on Statics are found in three areas: in QA821-QA835 with other books on Mathematics, in TA351 for applied statics, and in TA648-TA648.5 for Structural Analysis books.
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♦ Audel welding pocket reference / James E. Brumbaugh, Rex Miller. [8/15]
Ref. TS227 .B848 2007
♦ Learn to weld : beginning MIG welding and metal fabrication basics /
by Christena, Stephen Blake.
TK4660 .C517 2014
Learn to Weld starts with the basics: setting up a studio, the right safety gear and safety procedures, and the equipment and materials needed to begin welding. With the help of step-by-step metalworking photos and tutorials, learn detailed techniques for cutting and grinding, and for joinery using a MIG welder. [10/15]
♦ Math for welders / by Nino Marion. [8/15]
TS227.2 .M37 1996
♦ A welder's handbook to robotic programming / by Everhart, Timothy Craig.
TS227.2 .E94 2014
Welders that are learning how to program a robot will find everything that is needed to get started programming an MIG welding robot. The first part of the book is geared more towards the owner/operators of weld shops that have a need of a robot and the rest is directed more towards the workers that are trying to learn how to program the robots. [1/16]
♦ The welding business owner's hand book : how to start, establish and grow a welding or manufacturing business / by Zielinski, David.
HD9697. W43 Z43 2013
[This book] is your personal blueprint on how to start, establish and grow any metals related business. [6/16]
♦ Welding essentials : questions & answers / William L. Galvery, Jr. and Frank M. Marlowe ; illustrations by Pamela Tallman & Lawrence Smith.
TS227 .G23 2007
Addresses safety hazards and required precautions in detail and provides solutions to common problems for each process. Also explains step-by-step setup and shutdown procedures, along with why equipment grounding and GFI's are needed and the way in which they work. [8/15]
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Suggested titles below listed as (e-journals or electronic journals) can be located in the subscription service, EBSCO's Full Text Finder.
♦ Welding International (e-journal 2007 - present, 18 month delay) [4/17]
♦ Welding Journal (e-journal 1997 - present) [4/17]
♦ Science and Technology of Welding and Joining
(e-journal 2003 - present, 1 year delay) [4/17]
Last updated 201606/ GJM