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M. Tech. DEGREE WELDING ENGINEERING
SYLLABUS FOR CREDIT BASED CURRICULUM (2009 -2010)
DEPARTMENT OF MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TIRUCHIRAPPALLI – 620 015, INDIA.
Department Materials Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.
Tech. WELDING ENGINEERING The total minimum credits required for completing the M.Tech.Phase I SEMESTER IV Code MT 640 Course of Study Project work .I Materials Characterization Elective .M.I Elective . .II Physical Metallurgy Laboratory L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 19 SEMESTER – II Code MT 602 MT 604 MT 606 Course of Study Welding Metallurgy Welding Codes and Standards Welding Processes .Tech. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.II Elective – III Elective – IV Elective – V Welding Metallurgy Laboratory L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 19 MT 629 SEMESTER – III Code MT 630 Course of Study Project work . Programme in Welding Engineering is 62. SEMESTER I Code MA 613 MT 601 MT 603 MT 605 MT 619 Course of Study Engineering Mathematics Physical Metallurgy Welding Processes . (Welding Engineering) M.Phase II L 0 T 0 P 30 C 12 62 L 0 T 0 P 30 C 12 Total Credits Department Materials Science and Engineering. National Institute of Technology.
. (Welding Engineering) ELECTIVES (I Semester) Code MT 611 MT 613 MT 615 MT 617 MT 621 MT 673 PR 621 II Semester Code MT 612 MT 614 MT 616 MT 618 MT 620 MT 622 CL 621 Course of Study Design of Weldments Corrosion Engineering Welding Application Technology Metallurgical Failure Analysis Statistical Quality Control and Management Surface Engineering Optimization Techniques L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Course of Study Electrical Aspects of Welding Mechanical Behavior of Materials Selections of Materials Computational Techniques Non-Destructive Testing Programming in C and Numerical Methods Finite Element Methods L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Reserve Electives Code MT 624 MT 626 MT 628 MT 630 Course of Study Repair Welding and Reclamation Life Assessment of Welded Structures Process Modeling Welding Economics and Management L 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 Department Materials Science and Engineering.Tech.M. National Institute of Technology. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.
Avner.. B.Isoperimetric problems. “Physical Metallurgy”.Shape functions .Variational problems in parametric form .. 4.heat treatment furnaces . and Abel. annealing . J. Taylor’s and Runge Kutta methods – Milne’s and Adams’ predictor-corrector methods.effects of alloying elements and cooling rate on structure and properties of steels and cast irons Introduction to heat treatment.Rules for forming interpolation functions .hardening and tempering . 1985. Calculus of variations .hardenability measurement. Introduction to Finite Element Method .Tech. gold alloys . L. chemical and mechanical properties. Numerical Solution of ODE’s – Euler’s.phases and microconstituents in steels and cast irons equilibrium and non-equilibrium cooling of various Fe-C alloys . Raghavan. MT 601 PHYSICAL METALLURGY (This is a core course for both WE and MS specializations in MME) Concept of phase diagram . Higher Engineering Mathematics. S.Application to fluid flow and heat transfer problems.S.. C. typical properties and applications .Natural boundary condition – Conditional Extremum . “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”.normalising . National Institute of Technology. Mir Publishers. heat treatment (specific examples) Aluminium and its alloys. Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. stainless steels types of cast irons compositions. tin. TTT diagram and CCT diagram .S. 1985. (Welding Engineering) MA 613 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Partial Differential equations – basic concepts – One dimensional heat flow equation .microstructural features .Two dimensional heat flow equation in steady flow in Cartesian and Polar coordinates. References 1. Introduction to Finite Element Method. tool steels. alloy steels.. Reddy. Department Materials Science and Engineering. titanium alloys . parabolic. silver.heat treatment (specific examples) Copper and its alloys: physical.types of steels: plain carbon steels.Euler's equation . chemical and mechanical properties of aluminium of aluminium alloys. Finite difference scheme for elliptic. Introduction to Finite Element Method. P. 2.case hardening techniques Introduction to specifications. and hyperbolic partial differential equations. magnesium. 2.M. McGraw Hill. Elsegolts. . V.N. properties and applications. McGraw Hill. Grewal. Van Nostrand Reinhold.. zinc. Khanna Publishers. J. H. lead. classification of copper alloys. 3.microstructural features. Desai. second edition. . Prentice Hall of India.physical.properties and applications TEXT BOOKS 1.atmospheres quenching media ..
I Classification of welding processes. advantages and limitations. in-situ techniques. 3. Gas welding. Auger spectroscopy. Howard.. X-ray residual stress measurement Construction and operation and applications of TEM. Butterworths. low current and high current plasma arc welding and their applications. elemental analysis by WDS and EDS systems . A. 4. Magnetically impelled arc butt (MIAB) welding Resistance welding. Construction and operation and applications of SEM. Parmer R. types and applications. Gas tungsten arc welding: Concepts. process variables and their effects. Smallman R. ‘Modern Physical Metallurgy’. National Institute of Technology. (Welding Engineering) MT 603 WELDING PROCESSES . rotating crystal and Laue methods. depth of field and depth of focus . interference contrast. applications..analysis of fractured surfaces X-ray fluoroscopy. 1978 Loretto M. CO2 welding. types of electrodes and their applications.. limit of resolution.bright field and dark field illumination . Cary. power source characteristics. processes and applications. processes and applications . hot-stage. “Modern Welding Technology’. 1998 MT 605 MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Numerical aperture.. 1971 Cullity B. 4th Edition. Khanna Publishers. Submerged arc welding. Concepts. ‘Modern Metallographic Techniques and their Applications’.Tech. electro slag and electro gas welding Plasma welding. applications. 4th Edition. quantitative metallography Powder. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Addison Wiley. specimen preparation techniques.polarised light. E. 1985 Philips V. DTA. Arc welding. stereographic projections and reciprocal lattice. ‘Electron Beam Analysis of Materials’. Manual metal arc welding: Concepts. 2. Wiley Interscience. significance of flux-metal combination.. Flash butt welding. D. ‘Welding Engineering and Technology’. . gas metal arc welding. modern developments. pulsed and synergic MIG welding. DSC and TGA. Types and applications of strain gauges.types of metal transfer. H. ‘Elements of X-ray Diffraction’. Concepts. S. narrow gap submerged arc welding. keyhole and puddle-in mode of operation. 1997 2. . Chapman and Hall. 1984 Department Materials Science and Engineering. prentice Hall.lens defects and correction. Concepts. processes and applications . arc physics. Stud welding and under water welding TEXT BOOKS 1. working principle. FCAW. TEXT BOOKS 1. phase contrast. spectrometry.M.
1992 4. E. Butterworth Heinmann. introduction to welding codes and standards. Volume I and II. Microscopic examination of plain carbon steels. welding of cast irons Welding of Cu. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. microstructures. plate thickness.Tech. 2nd Edition. Ti and Ni alloys – processes.1 Department Materials Science and Engineering.M. ‘Fundamentals of Welding Metallurgy’. 1967 6. M..carbon equivalent-preheating and post heatingweldability of low alloy steels. 1994 2. D. ‘The Metallurgy of Welding’.significance ...micro and macro. workmanship and inspection. .types . Hot cracking cold cracking -lamellar tearing . allowable stress values. ‘Introduction to Physical Metallurgy of Welding’. welding of stainless steels use of Schaffler and Delong diagrams.process induced defects.remedial measures. Microscopic examination of cast irons 4.absorption of gases . difficulties. ‘Welding Methods and Metallurgy’.weldability tests . Jackson M.‘Welding Metallurgy’.gas/metal and slag/metal reactions Phase transformations. AWS. TEXT BOOKS 1. Friction Stir Welding and Processing.W.influence of heat geometry.. Grffin.effect of metallurgical parameters.temperature distribution-cooling rates .S and Mahoney. significance of thermal severity number input. Mishra. Chapman and Hall. R. Kenneth Easterling. Saferian D. 1994 3. Jaico Publishing House. stainless steels. Demonstration of hardness measurements .columnar structures and growth morphologyeffect of welding parameters . Linnert G. ASM.weld metal solidification . and evaluation of tensile properties MT 602 WELDING METALLURGY Heat flow . London. (Welding Engineering) MT 619 PHYSICAL METALLURGY LABORATORY List of Experiments 1. maraging steels and tool steels 3. Al. AWS D1.reheat cracking . Microscopic examination of • Magnesium alloys • Aluminium alloys • Titanium alloys • Copper alloys • Super alloys 5. 4th Edition. preheat. Granjon H.weld CCT diagrams . Study of metallurgical microscope and sample preparation 2. . National Institute of Technology. 2007 MT 604 WELDING CODES AND STANDARDS Design requirements. joint Epitaxial growth . defects and remedial measures Origin . 1985 5.
AWS D1. Christopher Davis. role of flux and characteristics.S and Mahoney. R.W.Division 1 5. 1996 3. ASME II. variables Introduction to materials standards and testing of materials. consumables testing and qualification as per ASME/AWS requirements REFERENCES 1. process variables and applications and induction pressure welding: Process characteristics and applications Explosive. welding and inspection. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Arc striking practice. diffusion and ultrasonic welding. 1994 4. VIII and IX Welding procedure specification. ASME Section VIII . Bead-on-plate welding Department Materials Science and Engineering. composition. Jaico Publishing House..Metal Joining Manual’.1 Structural Welding Code 2. Oxford IBH Publishers.II [[ Friction welding: Concepts. operation of laser welding setup. Surfacing and Cutting TEXT BOOKS 1. phase diagram. solders. API 1104 and API5L Design requirements. Friction stir welding: Metal flow phenomena. ASME Section II Part A and C MT 606 WELDING PROCESSES . (Welding Engineering) Process and product standards for manufacturing of pipe . API 5L 3. Nadkarni S. Parmar R S. M. .V. API 1104 4. V. post weld heat treatment and hydro testing. surface tension and contact angle concepts. adhesive bonding Cladding. joint categories. LBW: Physics of lasers. tools. Friction Stir Welding and Processing. applications Soldering: Techniques of soldering.Tech. applications Brazing: Wetting and spreading characteristics. brazing fillers. principles of operation. Khanna Publishers. ASM. 1979 2.. types and applications. Welding Engineering and Technology. National Institute of Technology.welding procedure and welder qualification. advantages and limitations. field welding and inspection. ‘Laser Welding . process characteristics and applications EBW: Concepts. fabrication methods. ASME Section IX 6.2007 MT 629 WELDING METALLURGY LABORATORY LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1.‘ Materials and Applications . 2. Mishra. types of lasers. McGraw-Hill. ‘Modern Arc Welding Technology’. procedure qualification records. 1997 5.A Practical Guide’. types and applications. atmospheres for brazing. performance qualification. Schwartz M.M.
Microstructural observation of weldments Carbon steel Stainless steel Aluminium alloy Titanium alloy Dissimilar joints 5. Volume 2. Practice for preparation of procedure qualification record. dual control. elastic and plastic behaviour. D. dispersion hardening Department Materials Science and Engineering. volt control. NC and computer controlled welding machines. X-Y and strip chart recorders. application of dislocation theory to work hardening.M. arc welding analyzer. ‘ Rotating Electric Machinery and Transformer Technology’.. dislocation theory properties of dislocation. characteristics of D. three brush generator. static and dynamic arc characteristics. choice of diode material.C. stress–strain relationship for elastic behaviour. resistance welding transformers. voltage. generators for welding. elements of plastic deformation of metallic materials.Tech. American Welding Society 2. power source characteristics. magnetic control of arcs. stress fields around dislocations. yielding theories Elements of theory of plasticity. pulsing techniques. temperature. seam tracking devices. controls in resistance welding machines Measurements of welding current.C. setting of power source. resistance welding monitor TEXT BOOKS 1. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. load and displacement. Practice for preparation of welding procedure specification. arc blow. Welding Handbook. Mohr’s circle. welding rectifiers. motors. ELECTIVES MT 611 ELECTRICAL ASPECTS OF WELDING Physical phenomenon occurring in the arc. crater filling devices. inverters Alternators and D. LVDT. use of thyristors. (Welding Engineering) 3. slope control. types of forces and metal transfer in the arc. grain boundary strengthening. volt-ampere relationship and its measurement. 1978 MT 613 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS Strength of materials. carriage movement control. National Institute of Technology.basic assumptions. synchronous motors Wire-feed system. potential distribution. Basic principles. 7th Edition. solid solution strengthening. . different methods of control of volt-ampere characteristics. operation. Prentice Hall of India. Effect of welding parameters on weld bead by GTA welding GMA welding Submerged arc welding 4. up and down slopes. CRO. 6. Richardson V.
.creep mechanisms. “Selection of Engineering Materials". Taguchi Techniques. Charles J A and Crane. New Jersey USA. Power plant requirement. wings.. Butterworths. crank shaft. Gladius Lewis. 1984 MT 615 SELECTIONS OF MATERIALS Technologically important properties of materials. availability. Charpy and Izod testing. material for Chemical and Petroleum industries. rocker arm and tappet. Shepard L. compressor blades. London UK. Electrical & Magnetic materials. manufacturing process. 2. 1996. turbine blades. LEFM– COD and J integral – determination of KIC.Bearing materials. (Welding Engineering) Ductile and brittle fracture. accelerated creep testing.M.. creep curve. elements of fractography . .Manson Hafred parameter TEXT BOOKS 1. soil. 3rd Edition. pin. variables affecting creep. Physical.Tech. ECT. water. COD and J integral Characteristics of fatigue failure. initiation and propagation of fatigue cracks. landing gears. Criteria of selection of materials like properties. Larsen Miller parameter . significance of DBTT. control rods. shafts. 1988 2. legal and safety factors.Wear resistant materials . cost. exhaust. Hot hardness requirements. Prentice Hall India. low temperature materials. acid and alkaline resistance. etc. Volume III. National Institute of Technology. ring. head. Materials for chasis. High temperature steels and super alloys.. development of creep resistant alloys. TEXT BOOKS 1. 4th Edition. F A.Friction materials . ‘Structure and Properties of Materials’. Materials for aero structure. Mechanical and Electrical properties of metals. Rose R. . ‘Testing of Metallic Materials’. M. Nuclear fuels. McGraw Hill. NDT and FATT. coolants. ANOVA Department Materials Science and Engineering.Anti-friction materials . Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. MT 617 COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES Design of Experiments: Factorial Design. cam shaft. Chemical. connecting rod.. 1979.A. clad materials etc. John Wiley. Dieter G. Corrosion prevention coatings. 3. Materials with special thermal properties. Prentice Hall Inc. Materials for atmospheric. cylinder block. mechanics of fatigue crack propagation. 3rd Edition. A. Wulff J. Materials for engine components.Griffith’s theory. ‘Mechanical Metallurgy’. E. etc. ductile to brittle transition-HSLA steel. corrosion fatigue Introduction to creep . liner. “Selection and Use of Engineering Materials”. materials and coatings for wear resistance. Suryanarayana. factors affecting fatigue strength and methods of improving fatigue behaviour – testing analysis of fatigue data.Impact resistant materials . High temperature strength and stability. piston. 1995. Thermal expansion.
Finite differences. John Wiley and sons 2. advantages and limitations. Applications in Materials Engg. Thermography . 3rd edition. applications. constrained minimization. Ultrasonic Testing of Materials. Magnetic particle inspection.tools. types. three dimensional analysis. unconstrained minimization . B and C scan . gradient and variable metric methods. steady and unsteady conduction.Various methods of ultrasonic wave generation.Principles. Narosa Publishing House(1997). advantages and limitations of eddy current testing. plain strain. (Welding Engineering) Artificial Intelligence: ANN. MT 621 – NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING Visual Inspection.Principles. types. 1995.Ross.principles. Department Materials Science and Engineering.Nature of sound waves. Case studies: weld. feasible direction and projections. Advantages and limitations of various methods of LPI. B. National Institute of Technology. advantages and limitations. conjugate direction. ax symmetric analysis. applications. wave propagation .John. Macmillan (1988) 3. McGraw-ill book Company 3. Principles and applications of Fluoroscopy/Real-time radioscopy . advantages. applications. New York. “Mathematical Modeling of Weld Phenomenon-2”. 2. Baldev raj. TEXT BOOKS 1. 5th ed. Eddy current testing . Practical Non – Destructive Testing. types. Numerical Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer: Classification of PDE. Optical & Acoustical holography. Unvariate. Krautkramer.Tech. Springer-Verlag (1983). The Institute of Materials. applications. Genetic Algorithm.M.Hull and V. Problems in structural Mechanics using 2D elements. Plane stress. applications and limitations.. types of UT Principles. Taguchi techniques for quality engineering – Philip J. Optimization Methods: Classical optimization methods.Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Radiography testing (RT) – Principles.Douglas C. Types and characteristics of X ray and gamma radiation sources. . Design and analysis of experiments. advantages and limitations of RT. Non-Destructive Testing. A. cast and formed components.. advantages and limitations Ultra sonic testing(UT) .modes of sound wave generation . applications. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Cerjak H. Liquid Penetrant Inspection principles..advantages and limitations . Josef and Hebert Krautkramer. applications.recent advances. Montgomery. Integer and geometric programming TEXT BOOKS 1. explicit and implicit method Finite element Methods: Introduction to I-D FEM. types and properties of penetrants and developers. limitations. fuzzy Logic.Principles.
James. E.dynamic behaviour of joints . design considerations. stress corrosion cracking. Tafel equation. application of fracture mechanics to fatigue Welding residual stresses .Nernst equation and electrode potential of metals. allowable defects.M. factor of safety.site investigation and laboratory analysis . joint efficiency. 1982 3. corrosion in ceramics. effects and measurements . ‘Design of Weldments’.causes. 1991 2. fixtures and positioners TEXT BOOKS 1. resistance polarisation. Greene N. John Wiley. 1978 Department Materials Science and Engineering.‘Mechanical Metallurgy’. coatings (metallic and non-metallic).transition temperature approach . Tata McGraw Hill. 1988 5.fatigue improvement techniques . fretting corrosion.corrosion map of India TEXT BOOKS 1.distortion control methods . ‘Rational Welding Design’.F. types of loading Permissible stress.fracture toughness testing. Bhattacharya. Flade potential. code requirement for statically loaded structures Design for fluctuating and impact loading . ‘Weldment Design’. Pourbaix diagram and its importance for iron. Gray T.laboratory. computation of stresses in welds. Omer W. design improvement. intergranular corrosion. standard electrodes and reference electrodes..Tech. different forms of polarisation: activation. ‘Corrosion Engineering’. high temperature oxidation.life prediction Concept of stress intensity factors .economic aspects of corrosion control and corrosion auditing in industries . electrochemical behaviour of active-passive metals. G. semi plant service and field tests. (Welding Engineering) MT 612 DESIGN OF WELDMENTS Type of joints.prediction . cathodic and anodic protection. D. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation. . Dieter G.correction. polymers and remedial measures Corrosion prevention.brittle fracture.. jigs..fatigue analysis . pitting.thermal and mechanical relieving. Fontana M. concentration.factors affecting distortion . types of distortion . McGraw Hill. Hertzberg R. and galvanic series. G. and corrosion inhibitors . corrosion fatigue. Butterworths. National Institute of Technology. weld size calculation. aluminium and magnesium Exchange current density.F. E.corrosion testing . catastrophic and internal oxidation On .M. 1996 4. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. theories of passivity Atmospheric. B. symbols.W. dealloying. selection of edge preparation.LEFM and EPFM concepts .M. ‘Deformation and Fracture of Mechanics of Engineering Materials’.stress concentrations .1991 MT 614 CORROSION ENGINEERING Electrochemical and thermodynamic principles .permissible stress. occurrence.Association of Engineers. 2nd Edition.
inspection and testing. 1992 2. materials. analyzing wear failure. recent trends and developments Materials..Tech. . American Welding Society.S and Mahoney. mean time between failures and life testing. fabrication. American Welding Society.factors influencing corrosion failures. R. ‘An Introduction to Metallic Corrosion and its Prevention’.W. ‘Principles and Prevention of Corrosion’. Causes of failure in forging. ASM. overview of various types of corrosion stress corrosion cracking. condition monitoring. parallel and series system. 1996 5. 1986 4. case studies. 1983 3. processes. characteristics of stress corrosion cracking. Oxford and IBH. classification and identification of various types of fracture. reheaters. Types of wear. improper heat treatment. sources. processes. MT 616 WELDING APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY Heat exchanges. Failure of weldments . Pergamon Press. stress rupture. Elsevier. Procedure for analyzing stress corrosion cracking. M. environmental induced failure. application of Poisson. ‘Welding for Challenging Environments’. processes. Friction Stir Welding and Processing. ‘Guide for Steel Hull Welding’. automation Oil and gas industry. use of automatic welding and systems in automobile industry. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Corrosion failures. Winter Mark H. Some case studies failures. bath tub curve. 1996. fabrication techniques and field welding for pressure vessel applications Materials.. metallurgical instabilities. Gooch T. fracture characteristics revealed by microscopy. auxiliary pipes. characteristics of ductile and brittle fracture. Raj Narayan. Mishra. elevated temperature fatigue. factors affecting fatigue life Creep. ‘Review of Overlay Welding Procedure for Light Water Nuclear Pressure Vessels’. exponential and Weibull distribution for reliability. stress concentration and service conditions. National Institute of Technology. life prediction. Overview of fracture mechanics. economiser. power cycle piping. ‘Materials and Welding in Off-Shore Constructions’. Reliability concept and hazard function. General concepts. super heaters. (Welding Engineering) 2. inspection and testing. processes and testing/inspection Materials.reasons for failure procedure for weld failure analysis. various types of hydrogen damage failures. Denny Jones. Welding Institute Canada. reasons for stringent quality control measures in nuclear industry TEXT BOOKS 1. Department Materials Science and Engineering. fabrication. 1991 3. failure of iron and steel castings. S.2007 MT 618 METALLURGICAL FAILURE ANALYSIS Stages of failure analysis.M. processes. materials. fabrication and construction. Prentice Hall of India.
specific industrial applications Thermal spraying.plasma surfacing. acceptance sampling. nickel and chromium . surface degradation. Quality organization. process capabilities. inspection by sampling. quality awards. ion plating. ASM Metals Handbook “Failure Analysis and Prevention”. chemical conversion coatings. and Heiser. roles of friction and lubrication. laser surface alloying and cladding. nickelphosphorous.overview of different forms of corrosion. 1997.J. specific industrial applications. TEXT BOOKS 1. cost of quality. ‘Quality Control and Application’. difference between reliability and quality. analysis of variance. alloy plating. quality control. MTTF. (Welding Engineering) TEXT BOOKS 1. quality certification. TEXT BOOKS 1. metal organic CVD.10.L. deposition of copper. statistical approaches. Quality – philosophy. properties. 10th Edition. concept of risk analysis. Marcel Dekker. PHI – EEE. introduction to surface engineering. MT 622 SURFACE ENGINEERING Introduction tribology. B. phosphating. Vol.F. Crosby. thermochemical processes -industrial practices Surface pre-treatment. tests for assessment of wear and corrosion behaviour. Colangelo. PDCA cycle. John Wiley and Sons Inc. Hansen. types of wear. “Analysis of Metallurgical Failures”. ASM Metals Park. Definitions and concepts. significance. P. advanced spraying techniques . time to failure distributions. electrocomposite plating. electroless composite plating. QS 9000. zinc. MTBF. wear and corrosion. ISO 14000. sputtering. evaporation. . chemical vapour deposition (CVD). plasma nitriding.. 1995. Deming. anodizing of aluminium alloys.V.Tech. Ghare. importance of substrate Chemical and electrochemical polishing. 1974. statistical process control. different measures of reliability. quality audit. control charts. single. MT 620 STATISTICALQUALITY CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT Variations. quality management. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.M. New York. Reliability – concept. quality system.An Engineer’s guide’. vendor quality assurance. 1989 Department Materials Science and Engineering. D-Gun and high velocity oxy-fuel processes. chromating. statistical tools. 2. Taguchi. specific examples. Inspection.A. double and multiple sampling plans. plasma assisted CVD. Newyork. statistical design of experiments. test standards (ASTM) for assessment of quality deposits.principles and practices. Ohio. application areas. quality loss function. quality assurance. chemical colouring.M. overview of the works of Juran. statistical quality control. USA. electroless plating of copper. process capability analysis. nickel-boron. typical procedure for ISO 9000. ‘Surface modification technologies . physical vapour deposition (PVD). National Institute of Technology. techniques. total quality management. Sudarshan T S.
creep fatigue interaction. failure in plants-definition of failure Toughness.D. wear resistant materials. RLA methodology for bulk and localised damages High and low cycle fatigue. creep damaged high temperature components. 1986 2. EPFM. repair welding procedures for components made of steel casting and cast iron. Dobly R. photothermal imaging. design rules. ‘Metallurgy of Failure Analysis’. OSD. cumulative damage. (Welding Engineering) 2. characterisation of coatings..K. Varghese C. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. temper embrittlement. temper bead techniques. etc. radiation protection. 1988 MT 626 LIFE ASSESSMENT OF WELDED STRUCTURES Historical evolution and operation of power plants and petrochemical plants-general description. repair of cracked petroleum pressure vessel/reactor Types of wear. selection of welding process for reclamation Integrating repair/maintenance into on-going operations. crack growth in fatigue Materials. steam generator repair. steam turbine blades. failure mechanism maps. MB and MCM. Kent K. crack growth models.. . case histories Mechanisms. ‘Maintenance Welding in Nuclear Power Plants’. thermalmechanical fatigue life prediction.A Practical Guide’. plugging. high temperature bolts. selection of materials for various wear applications. 1989 2. techno-economics. The Welding Institute. ‘Repair and Reclamation’. steam casings. case histories on selection application/materials combination TEXT BOOKS 1.LM. Das A. half bead. thermal-mechanical fatigue (TMF). reclamation surfacing techniques. LEFM. heat exchanger repair techniques-explosive expansion. hydrogen embrittlement.M. ‘Electroplating and Other Surface Treatments . DBTT. plugging Various types of hardness tests. MH. National Institute of Technology. rotors. valves and steam chests. temperature.S. 1993 MT 628 PROCESS MODELING Department Materials Science and Engineering. header. steam pipes. NDE of surface coatings. Tata McGraw Hill. usage of Ni base filler metals Damaged bends in gas transmission pipeline. damage mechanisms and RLA of boiler tubes. thermal fatigue (TF). TMH.. aspects to be considered for repair welding. Viswanathan R.E. American Society for Metals’. Non destructive assessment methods TEXT BOOKS 1. Coffin-Manson relationship. ‘Damage Mechanisms and Life Assessment of High Temperature Components’. American Welding Society. pressures and materials. parametric extrapolation techniques .. 1993 MT 624 REPAIR WELDING AND RECLAMATION Engineering aspects of repair.Tech.
welding and liquid metal treatment TEXT BOOKS 1. J. inventory control. various methods of computing standard time. safe handling of equipment. case studies of water models. composition of welding costs. 1984 2. type and metal recovery. concept of physical domain and computational domain. Bathy J. job shop operation Process vs product layout. cost overheads. assumptions and limitations in numerical solutions. instrumentation and data acquisition systems Review of transport phenomena. examples Introduction to software packages– useful websites and generic information about different products . formulae for total cost. ‘Standard Data for Arc Welding’. cost curves for different processes like CO2 . 1971 2. Tata McGraw Hill. Wiley. CFD.A Design Approach’. Ghosh Dastidar. mechanisation in welding. fit . ‘Welding Projects . phase transformations and thermo chemical calculations.. employees. 1998 MT 630 WELDING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Welding design. advantages and limitations. physical simulation..M. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. computerisation of time standards Definition of terms. positioners. (Welding Engineering) Mathematical modeling. “Computer Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer”. P. cost of consumables.. . electrode efficiency. process control. process services. etc. SAW. A. fixtures. different work stations in shop floor and their arrangements Selection and installation of equipment. planning for welding processes and materials... 1977 3. etc.S. size. production control.Tech. construction. usage of expert systems. Welding Institute U. use of computers for the construction of phase diagrams.. artificial intelligence and robotics.ANSYS. labour cost. jigs. differential equations & numerical methods. Case studies from literature – pertaining to modeling of solidification / heat transfer. ‘Industrial Administration and Management’. overwelding and joint. casting. Themelis N.K. Thermocalc.. Szekely J. crystallography. ‘Rate Phenomena in Process Metallurgy’. selection of electrodes. New Delhi. service consideration. services. operator efficiency Need for time standards.up welding position operation factor. demonstration of some software packages Physical modeling – cold and hot models. definition of standard time. 1994 Department Materials Science and Engineering. alloy design. ESW. analytical calculation. National Institute of Technology. stub thrown away. fluid flow. introduction to FEM & FDM. basic aspects of financial management and man power planning REFERENCES 1. Pendar J.
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