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COURSE NUMBER & TITLE: WELD 1820-60 GMAW & GTAW Welding
SEMESTER/YEAR: Spring 2006
LECTURE HOURS: 1 LABORATORY HOURS: 3 CREDITS: 2.5
CLASS TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. TTH ROOM: WT 141/LAB
INSTRUCTOR'S NAME: Darin Miller
INSTRUCTOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION:
Office Location: WT 145
Office Phone: 268- 2278
OFFICE HOURS: See current schedule posted on office door.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides basic instruction in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) processes.
STATEMENT OF PREREQUISITES: None
GOAL: Emphasis will be placed on safety, machine set-up and troubleshooting, and power sources. The student will develop skills necessary to produce good quality welds on mild steel, aluminum, and stainless steel joints utilizing both processes.
OUTCOMES: For the student to acquire an understanding of safety in MIG and TIG welding, proper set-up and adjustment of machines, troubleshooting machines, electrode identification, and to develop skills necessary to produce quality welds using both processes.
METHODOLOGY: Lecture, lab projects.
EVALUATION CRITERIA: The student will be evaluated on quizzes, tests and lab projects. The quizzes and tests may be written or practical. The final exam will be comprehensive and count 30% of the final grade. GRADING SCALE
100 - 90 = A
89 - 80 = B
79 - 70 = C
69 - 60 = D
59 - Below = F
Attendance Policy: Attendance is of utmost importance. Unexcused absences in the excess of 4 will result in the loss of one letter grade. Due to the consideration of the instructor and students, you must be present at the designated starting class time or you will not be allowed to participate unless prior arrangements with the instructor have been made.
Tool Use: Misuse of shop tools will result in the loss of tool privileges.
REQUIRED TEXTS, READINGS, AND MATERIALS:
Basic TIG & MIG Welding, 3rd Edition; Griffin, Roden, Briggs
Last Date to Change to Audit Status: See current Casper College catalog.
Last Date to Withdraw With a W Grade: See current Casper College catalog.
SAFETY: Personal and equipment safety standards will be strictly enforced. It is the individual’s responsibility to develop and use a safe work attitude.
STUDENT’S RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Please refer to the Casper College Student Conduct and Judicial Code for information concerning your rights and responsibilities as a Casper College Student.
Chain of Command: If you have any problems with this class, you should first contact the instructor in order to solve the problem. If you are not satisfied with the solution offered by the instructor, you should then take your problem through the appropriate chain of command starting with the department head, then the division chair, and lastly the vice president for academic affairs.
Academic Dishonesty – Cheating and Plagiarism: Casper College demands intellectual honesty. Proven plagiarism or any form of dishonesty associated with the academic process can result in the offender failing the course in which the offense was committed or expulsion form school. See the Casper College Student Code of Conduct.
ADA Accommodations Policy: It is the policy of Casper College to provide appropriate accommodations to any student with a documented disability. If you have a need for accommodation in this course, please make an appointment to the instructor at your earliest convenience.
CALENDAR OR SCHEDULE INDICATING COURSE CONTENT:
Week Topic Chapter
1 The GTAW Process 1 Equipment for Manual TIG Welding 2
2 TIG Welding Stainless and Mild Steel 15 The Welding of Aluminum 4 Test #1
3 The Water Cooled TIG Welding Torch 3 The Action In and Around the ARC 5
Fundamentals of TIG Welding 6
4 Starting an ARC and Stringer Beads On 7
5 The GMAW Process 18 Equipment for GMAW 19 Establishing the Arc and Welding 21
6 GMAW Variables 20 Procedure Variables 23 FCAW Process 27 Test #2
7 MIG Welding the Basic Joints 22 MIG Welding Aluminum 24
8 FINAL TEST
TIG: Butt Joint 1G, 2G, 3G MIG: SHORT ARC: Tee Joint 2F
Lap Joint 2F, 3F Lap Joint 2F
Tee Joint 2F, 3F
Aluminum Lap Joint 2F GLOBULAR: Tee Joint 2F
Aluminum Tee Joint 2F Lap Joint 2F
SPRAY ARC: Tee Joint 2F Lap Joint 2F
FLUX CORE: Tee Joint 2F
Lap Joint 2F
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