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2-5. WELDING IN CONFINED SPACES
2-6. GENERAL
2-7. ACETYLENE CYLINDERS
2-8. OXYGEN CYLINDERS
2-9. MAPP GAS CYLINDERS
2-10. FUEL GAS CYLINDERS
2-11. HOSES
2-12. ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
2-13. WELDING MACHINES
2-14. PROTECTIVE SCREENS
2-15. PLASMA ARC CUTTING AND WELDING
2-16. AIR CARBON ARC CUTTING AND WELDING
2-17. POTENTIAL HAZARDS
2-18. PROTECTIVE MEASURES
2-19. EXPLOSION HAZARDS
2-20. USING THE EXPLOSIMETER
2-21. PREPARING THE CONTAINER FOR CLEANING
2-22. METHODS OF PRECLEANING CONTAINERS WHICH HAVE HELD FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
2-23. AUTOMOTIVE EXHAUST METHOD OF CLEANING
2-24. STEAM METHOD OF CLEANING
2-25. WATER METHOD OF CLEANING
2-26. HOT CHEMICAL SOLUTION METHOD OF OF CLEANING
3-14. CONSTRUCTION OF SYMBOLS
3-15. FILLET WELDS
3-16. SIZE OF FILLET WELDS
3-17. LENGTH OF FILLET WELDS
3-18. EXTENT OF FILLET WELDING
3-19. DIMENSIONING OF INTERMITTENT FILLET WELDING
3-20. TERMINATION OF INTERMITTENT FILLET WELDING
3-21. SURFACE CONTOUR OF FILLET WELDS
3-22. PLUG AND SLOT WELDING SYMBOLS
3-23. ARC SPOT AND ARC SEAM WELDS
3-24. GROOVE WELDS
3-25. BACK OR BACKING WELDS
3-26. MELT-THRU WELDS
3-27. SURFACING WELDS
3-28. FLANGE WELDS
3-29. RESISTANCE SPOT WELDS
3-30. RESISTANCE SEAM WELDS
3-31. PROJECTION WELDS
3-32. FLASH OR UPSET WELDS
4-1. JOINT TYPES
4-2. WELD JOINTS
4-3. WELD JOINT DESIGN AND PREPARATION
4-4. WELD ACCESSIBILITY
5-1. GENERAL
5-2. STATIONARY WELDING EQUIPMENT
5-3. PORTABLE WELDING EQUIPMENT
5-4. ACETYLENE GENERATOR
5-5. ACETYLENE CYLINDERS
5-6. OXYGEN AND ITS PRODUCTION
5-7. OXYGEN CYLINDER
5-8. OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE REGULATORS
5-9. OXYACETYLENE WELDING TORCH
5-10. WELDING TIPS AND MIXERS
5-11. HOSE
5-12. SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
5-13. SHUTTING DOWN WELDING APPARATUS
5-14. REGULATOR MALFUNCTIONS AND CORRECTIONS
5-15. TORCH MALFUNCTIONS AND CORRECTIONS
5-16. CUTTING TORCH AND OTHER CUTTING EQUIPMENT
5-17. OPERATION OF CUTTING EQUIPMENT
5-18. GENERAL
5-19. DIRECT CURRENT ARC WELDING MACHINES
5-20. ALTERNATING CURRENT ARC WELDING MACHINES
5-21. GAS TUNGSTEN-ARC WELDING (GTAW) EQUIPMENT (TIG)
5-22. GAS METAL-ARC WELDING (GMAW) EQUIPMENT
5-23. OPERATING THE MIG
5-24. OTHER WELDING EQUIPMENT
5-25. ELECTRODES AND THEIR USE
5-26. RESISTANCE WELDING
5-27. THERMIT WELDING (TW)
5-28. FORGES
5-29. FORGING TOOLS
6-1. GENERAL
6-2. ARC WELDING
6-3. GAS WELDING
6-4. BRAZING
6-5. RESISTANCE WELDING
6-6. THERMIT WELDING
6-7. GENERAL
6-8. SECTIONS OF A WELD
6-9. MULTIPASS WELDS
6-10. GENERAL
6-11. BUTT JOINT
6-12. CORNER JOINT
6-13. EDGE JOINT
6-14. LAP JOINT
6-15. TEE JOINT
6-16. TYPES OF WELDS
6-17. GENERAL
6-18. FLAT POSITION WELDING
6-19. HORIZONTAL POSITION WELDING
6-20. VERTICAL POSITION WELDING
6-21. OVERHEAD POSITION WELDING
6-22. POSITIONS FOR PIPE WELDING
6-23. FOREHAND WELDING
6-24. BACKHAND WELDING
6-25. GENERAL
6-26. CONTROLLING CONTRACTION IN SHEET METAL
6-27. CONTROLLING CONTRACTION AND EXPANSION IN CASTINGS
6-28. WELDING DISTORTION AND WARPAGE
6-29. STRESSES AND CRACKING
6-30. IN-SERVICE CRACKING
6-31. ARC BLOW
6-32. WELD FAILURE ANALYSIS
6-33. OTHER WELDING PROBLEMS
7-1. GENERAL
7-2. PROPERTIES OF METALS
7-4. GENERAL
7-5. STANDARD DESIGNATION SYSTEM FOR STEEL
7-6. STANDARD DESIGNATION SYSTEM FOR ALUMINUM AND ALUMINUM ALLOYS
7-7. STANDARD DESIGNATION SYSTEM FOR MAGNESIUM AND MAGNESIUM ALLOYS
7-8. STANDARD DESIGNATION SYSTEM FOR COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS
7-9. STANDARD DESIGNATION SYSTEM FOR TITANIUM
7-10. LOW CARBON STEELS
7-11. MEDIUM CARBON STEELS
7-12. HIGH CARBON STEELS
7-13. TOOL STEELS
7-14. HIGH HARDNESS ALLOY STEELS
7-15. HIGH YIELD STRENGTH, LOW ALLOY STRUCTURAL STEELS
7-16. CAST IRON
7-17. ALUMINUM WELDING
7-18. BRASS AND BRONZE WELDING
7-19. COPPER WELDING
7-20. MAGNESIUM WELDING
7-21. TITANIUM WELDING
7-22. NICKEL AND MONTEL WELDING
8-1. COVERED ELECTRODES
8-2. SOLID ELECTRODE WIRES
8-3. FLUX-CORED OR TUBULAR ELECTRODES
8-4. GENERAL
8-5. NONCONSUMABLE ELECTRODES
8-6. SUBMERGED ARC FLUX ADDITIVES
8-7. SOLDERING
8-8. BRAZING ALLOYS
9-1. SCOPE
9-2. SIZING UP THE JOB
9-3. IDENTIFYING THE METAL
9-4. DETERMINING THE WELDABLE PARK
9-5. SELECTING THE PROPER WELDING PROCEDURES
9-6. PRELIMINARY PRECAUTIONS
10-1. DEFINITION OF ARC WELDING
10-2. WELDING WITH CONSTANT CURRENT
10-3. WELDING WITH CONSTANT VOLTAGE
10-4. DC STRAIGHT AND REVERSE POLARITY WELDING
10-5. WELDING ARCS
10-6. AC WELDING
10-7. MULTILAYER WELDING
10-8. SHIELDED METAL-ARC WELDING (SMAW)
10-9. GAS TUNGSTEN ARC (TIG) WELDING (GTAW)
10-11. CARBON ARC WELDING (CAW)
10-12. GAS METAL-ARC WELDING (GMAW OR MIG WELDING)
10-13. FLUX-CORED ARC WELDING (FCAW)
10-14. SUBMERGED ARC WELDING (SAW)
10-15. PLASMA ARC CUTTING (PAC)
10-16. AIR CARBON ARC CUTTING (AAC)
10-17. RESISTANCE WELDING
10-18. FLASH WELDING (FW)
10-19. FRICTION WELDING (FRW)
10-20. ELECTRON BEAM WELDING
10-21. LASER BEAM WELDING (LBW)
11-1. GENERAL GAS WELDING PROCDURES
11-2. WORKING PRESSURES FOR WELDING OPERATIONS
11-3. FLAME ADJUSTMENT AND FLAME TYPES
11-4. OXYFUEL WELDING RODS
11-5. OXYFUEL WELDING FLUXES
11-6. FOREHAND WELDING
11-7. BACKHAND WELDING
11-8. FILLET WELDING
11-9. HORIZONTAL POSITION WELDING
11-10. FLAT POSITION WELDING
11-11. VERTICAL POSITION WELDING
11-12. OVERHEAD POSITION WELDING
11-13. GENERAL
11-14. BRAZING
11-15. BRAZING GRAY CAST IRON
11-16. BRAZING MALLEABLE IRON
11-17. SILVER BRAZING (SOLDERING)
11-18. OXYFUEL CUTTING
11-19. ALUMINUM WELDING
11-20. ALUMINUM BRAZING
11-21. SOLDERING
11-22. ALUMINUM SOLDERING
11-23. COPPER WELDING
11-24. COPPER BRAZING
11-25. BRASS AND BRONZE WELDING
11-26. MAGNESIUM WELDING
11-27. MAGNESIUM BRAZING
11-28. MAGNESIUM SOLDERING
11-29. NICKEL WELDING
11-30. NICKEL SOLDERING
11-31. LEAD WELDING
11-32. WHITE METAL WELDING
11-33. BRONZE SURFACING
12-1. GENERAL
12-2. UNDERWATER CUTTING TECHNIQUE
12-3. UNDERWATER WELDING TECHNIQUE
12-4. GENERAL
12-5. CUTTING TECHNIQUE
12-6. GENERAL
12-7. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
12-8. METALLIZING AND WELDING TORCH
12-9. ACCESSORY TIPS
12-10. Y FITTINGS
12-11. MATERIALS
12-12. SETUP
12-13. OPERATION
12-14. MALFUNCTIONS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
12-15. GENERAL
12-16. HIGH CARBON STEELS
12-17. WASTER PLATE ALLOY STEEL
12-18. CHROMIUM AND STAINLESS STEEL
12-19. CAST IRON
12-20. FLAME HARDENING
12-21. FLAME SOFTENING
12-22. FLAME STRAIGHTENING
12-23. FLAME STRENGTHENING
12-24. FLAME DESCALING
12-25. FLAME MACHINING (OXYGEN MACHINING)
12-26. OXYACETYLENE RIVET CUTTING
12-27. GENERAL
12-28. METAL CUTTING WITH ELECTRIC ARC
12-29. HARD SURFACING
12-30. METALS THAT CAN BE HARD SURFACED
12-31. ALIOYS USED FOR HARD SURFACING
12-32. HARD SURFACING PROCEDURE
12-33. GENERAL
12-34. PROPERTIES OR ARMOR PLATE
12-35. TYPES OF ARMOR PLATE
12-36. IDENTIFICATION OF ARMOR PLATE
12-37. CUTTING ARMOR PLATE
12-38. WELDING HOMOGENEOUS ARMOR PLATE
12-39. WELDING FACE HARDENED ARMOR PLATE
12-40. STRENGTHENING RIVETED JOINTS IN ARMOR PLATE
12-41. GENERAL
12-42. PREPARATION FOR WELDING
12-43. MAKING TEMPLATE PATTERNS
12-44. PIPE WELDING PROCESSES
12-45. PIPE WELDING PROCEDURES
12-46. CAST IRON, CAST STEEL, CARBON STEEL, AND FORGINGS
12-47. PROCEDURES
12-48. GENERAL
12-49. APPLICATION
12-50. GENERAL
12-51. ANNEALING
12-52. HARDENING
12-53. TEMPERING
12-54. SURFACE HARDENING
12-56. QUENCHING AFTER CARBURIZING
12-57. DRAWING AND QUENCHING AFTER CARBURIZING
12-58. MUFFLE JACKET
12-59. HEAT SOURCE
12-60. RESISTANCE WELDING
12-61. SPOT WELDING MAGNESIUM
12-62. SPOT AND SEAM WELDING TITANIUM
12-63. FLASH WELDING TITANIUM
13-1. GENERAL
13-2. TESTING OF MILITARY MATERIEL
13-3. FIELD INSPECTION OF WELDS AND EQUIPMENT REPAIRED BY WELDING
13-4. INCOMPLETE PENETRATION
13-5. LACK OF FUSION
13-6. UNDERCUTTING
13-7. SLAG INCLUSIONS
13-8. POROSITY
13-9. GAS WELDING
13-10. GAS METAL-ARC WELDING (GMAW) WITH SOLID-CORE WIRE
13-11. GAS METAL-ARC WELDING (GMAW) WITH FLUX-CORED WIRE
13-12. GENERAL
13-13. ACID ETCH TEST
13-14. GUIDED BEND TEST
13-15. FREE BEND TEST
13-16. BACK BEND TEST
13-17. NICK BREAK TEST
13-18. TENSILE STRENGTH TEST
13-19. HYDROSTATIC TEST
13-20. MAGNETIC PARTICLE TEST
13-21. X-RAY TEST
13-22. GAMMA RAY TEST
13-23. FLUORESCENT PENETRANT TEST
13-24. HARDNESS TESTS
13-25. MAGNAFLUX TEST
13-26. EDDY CURRENT (ELECTROMAGNETIC) TESTING
13-27. ACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING
13-28. FERRITE TESTING
14. WELDING STRESSES
15. WARPING OF THIN PLATES (fig. C-2)
16. POOR WELD APPEARANCE (fig. C-3)
17. CRACKED WELDS (fig. C-4)
18. UNDERCUT
19. POOR PENETRATION (fig. C-5)
20. POROUS WELDS (fig. C-6)
21. BRITTLE WELDS
22. POOR FUSION (fig. C-7)
23. CORROSION
24. BRITTLE JOINTS
25. MAGNETIC BLOW
26. SPATTER
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