WLDG 1109-C GTAW VI
TIG Aerospace Applications Level 1
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding VI (TIG Aerospace applications Level I)
Advanced topics in GTAW welding, including welding in various positions and directions, on carbon and alloy steels, heat treatable alloy steels, and austenitic stainless steels commonly used in aerospace applications.
Demonstrate proficiency in various welding positions; describe safety rules and equipment used; and describe the effects of welding parameters in GTAW; weld various joint designs; diagnose welding problems; and perform visual inspection, of weldments on thin gage base metals.
Students will acquire the knowledge of welding code, WPS (Welding Procedure Specification)/PQR (Procedure Qualification Record), Methods of weld inspection, Weld joint geometry, and Certification tests procedures to AWS D17.1 code on alloy groups IA, IB, and IIA.
The student will become proficient in operating gas tungsten arc welding equipment (GTAW) to weld on carbon and alloy steels, heat treatable alloy steels, and austenitic stainless steels of thin gage base metals.
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