Welding Licensing Exam Study Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 7, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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Get Everything You Need to Help You Pass the Certified Welding Exams on the First Try!

The Welding Licensing Exam Study Guide contains everything needed to pass the Welding Code Book and Fundamentals exams with flying colors. This career-building resource includes calculations and troubleshooting tips that equip you with the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to ace these certification tests.

The Welding Licensing Exam Study Guide features:

  • Over 850 exam-style multiple choice and true/false questions & answers
  • Numerous welding calculations and troubleshooting tips
  • More than 200 detailed drawings and illustrations
  • In-depth coverage of welding tools and their use
  • The latest welding safety procedures
  • Guidance on studying welding methods
  • SI and English units for all problems and equations

Improve Your Grasp of Every Welding Exam Topic

• Welding and Cutting Processes: Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting • Shielded Metal Arc Welding • Flux Cored Arc Welding • Gas Metal Arc Welding • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding • Plasma Arc Welding and Cutting • Braze Welding • Brazing • Soldering • Metals and Metal Alloys: Cast Iron • Wrought Iron • Carbon Steels • Low and High Alloy Steels • Refractory and Reactive Metals • Galvanized Metals • Aluminum • Copper • Nickel • Magnesium • Lead, Tin, and Zinc • Tool and Die Steels • Hardfacing • Joints and Welds: Types of Joints • Welding Positions • Types of Welds • Weld Terminology • Welding Symbols • Common Welding Problems • Tips for Producing Good Welds • And Much More!

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Contents

Metals Cutting
17
Welding
65
Metallurgy Brazing and Soldering
133
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Rex Miller is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at the State University College at Buffalo. He has taught technical curriculums at the high school, technical school, and college levels for more than 40 years. Dr. Miller is the author or co-author of over 100 textbooks for vocational and industrial arts programs, including McGraw-Hill's best-selling Carpentry and Construction and Electrician's Pocket Manual.

Mark R. Miller is Professor and Head of Industrial Technology at the University of Texas in Tyler. He has taught technical curriculums at the high school, technical school, and college levels for more than 20 years. Dr. Miller is the author or co-author of over 30 textbooks for trade and technical programs, including Audel Refrigeration: Home and Commercial and Audel Air Conditioning: Home and Commercial.

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