(Welding Engineering)




Department Materials Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.

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.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 .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 .Phase I SEMESTER IV Code MT 640 Course of Study Project work . Programme in Welding Engineering is 62. WELDING ENGINEERING The total minimum credits required for completing the M. (Welding Engineering) M.M. SEMESTER I Code MA 613 MT 601 MT 603 MT 605 MT 619 Course of Study Engineering Mathematics Physical Metallurgy Welding Processes .Tech. National Institute of Technology. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.I Elective .I Materials Characterization Elective . .Tech.Tech.

National Institute of Technology. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.Tech.M. (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. .

H.normalising . Finite difference scheme for elliptic. Van Nostrand Reinhold... V. “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”. TTT diagram and CCT diagram . National Institute of Technology. parabolic. tin.Isoperimetric problems. stainless steels types of cast irons compositions. Desai. Introduction to Finite Element Method. Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations. and hyperbolic partial differential equations. S. Department Materials Science and Engineering. McGraw Hill.Shape functions . Prentice Hall of India. Elsegolts. chemical and mechanical properties. McGraw Hill. Avner.heat treatment (specific examples) Copper and its alloys: physical. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. P. chemical and mechanical properties of aluminium of aluminium alloys.S..phases and microconstituents in steels and cast irons equilibrium and non-equilibrium cooling of various Fe-C alloys . and Abel.case hardening techniques Introduction to specifications. L. properties and applications.microstructural features.microstructural features .Variational problems in parametric form . J.types of steels: plain carbon steels. 4.Rules for forming interpolation functions .hardening and tempering .. Grewal. tool steels. Calculus of variations .hardenability measurement. annealing . 2. titanium alloys . “Physical Metallurgy”. J. gold alloys ..Tech. B.atmospheres quenching media .N. C.Two dimensional heat flow equation in steady flow in Cartesian and Polar coordinates.S. 3.effects of alloying elements and cooling rate on structure and properties of steels and cast irons Introduction to heat treatment. Khanna Publishers. silver. lead. alloy steels. Numerical Solution of ODE’s – Euler’s.Euler's equation . Reddy. magnesium. Raghavan. 1985.physical. MT 601 PHYSICAL METALLURGY (This is a core course for both WE and MS specializations in MME) Concept of phase diagram .Application to fluid flow and heat transfer problems. classification of copper alloys.heat treatment furnaces .Natural boundary condition – Conditional Extremum .. zinc. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Introduction to Finite Element Method . Introduction to Finite Element Method. 1985. typical properties and applications . References 1. .M. heat treatment (specific examples) Aluminium and its alloys. (Welding Engineering) MA 613 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Partial Differential equations – basic concepts – One dimensional heat flow equation .properties and applications TEXT BOOKS 1. Mir Publishers. second edition. 2. Taylor’s and Runge Kutta methods – Milne’s and Adams’ predictor-corrector methods. .

Concepts.Tech. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. 4th Edition. ‘Modern Metallographic Techniques and their Applications’.M. modern developments. applications. . DTA. arc physics. hot-stage. in-situ techniques. depth of field and depth of focus . processes and applications . 1985 Philips V. narrow gap submerged arc welding. A. ‘Elements of X-ray Diffraction’. phase contrast. 1984 Department Materials Science and Engineering. S... 4. Butterworths. types and applications. ‘Welding Engineering and Technology’. Howard. 1971 Cullity B. FCAW. limit of resolution. . National Institute of Technology. 1997 2. prentice Hall. Concepts. Chapman and Hall. elemental analysis by WDS and EDS systems . processes and applications. Stud welding and under water welding TEXT BOOKS 1. spectrometry.. advantages and limitations.. gas metal arc welding. significance of flux-metal combination.bright field and dark field illumination . Arc welding. Magnetically impelled arc butt (MIAB) welding Resistance welding. TEXT BOOKS 1. Smallman R. Gas tungsten arc welding: Concepts. Auger spectroscopy.. H. Concepts. 1978 Loretto M. (Welding Engineering) MT 603 WELDING PROCESSES . X-ray residual stress measurement Construction and operation and applications of TEM. 3. Flash butt welding. “Modern Welding Technology’. stereographic projections and reciprocal lattice. E. process variables and their effects.polarised light. electro slag and electro gas welding Plasma welding. quantitative metallography Powder. D. CO2 welding. Khanna Publishers. Gas welding. applications. 2.I Classification of welding processes. Wiley Interscience. keyhole and puddle-in mode of operation. Addison Wiley. Cary. ‘Electron Beam Analysis of Materials’. processes and applications . Submerged arc welding.lens defects and correction. Manual metal arc welding: Concepts. specimen preparation techniques. interference contrast. Construction and operation and applications of SEM.analysis of fractured surfaces X-ray fluoroscopy. working principle. Types and applications of strain gauges. DSC and TGA. power source characteristics. types of electrodes and their applications. rotating crystal and Laue methods. pulsed and synergic MIG welding. Parmer R. low current and high current plasma arc welding and their applications. 1998 MT 605 MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Numerical aperture. 4th Edition.types of metal transfer. ‘Modern Physical Metallurgy’.

1 Department Materials Science and Engineering.. Microscopic examination of • Magnesium alloys • Aluminium alloys • Titanium alloys • Copper alloys • Super alloys 5. allowable stress values. Grffin.effect of metallurgical parameters.weldability tests . TEXT BOOKS 1. National Institute of Technology. ASM. 1994 3. Hot cracking cold cracking -lamellar tearing .temperature distribution-cooling rates . 2nd Edition. 2007 MT 604 WELDING CODES AND STANDARDS Design requirements. ‘Fundamentals of Welding Metallurgy’. Jaico Publishing House. D. E. Ti and Ni alloys – processes.absorption of gases . workmanship and inspection.influence of heat geometry. Jackson M.weld metal solidification . Al. Study of metallurgical microscope and sample preparation 2.Tech. Volume I and II. difficulties.significance .micro and macro. (Welding Engineering) MT 619 PHYSICAL METALLURGY LABORATORY List of Experiments 1. Butterworth Heinmann. joint Epitaxial growth .. plate thickness.S and Mahoney. AWS D1.gas/metal and slag/metal reactions Phase transformations. maraging steels and tool steels 3. ‘Welding Methods and Metallurgy’.. defects and remedial measures Origin . Microscopic examination of plain carbon steels. 1992 4. preheat. Mishra. 1994 2. welding of stainless steels use of Schaffler and Delong diagrams. Kenneth Easterling. R. .types . AWS. and evaluation of tensile properties MT 602 WELDING METALLURGY Heat flow .weld CCT diagrams . Microscopic examination of cast irons 4.reheat cracking ..‘Welding Metallurgy’. . stainless steels. Saferian D. introduction to welding codes and standards. 4th Edition.W.columnar structures and growth morphologyeffect of welding parameters . Friction Stir Welding and Processing. significance of thermal severity number input. 1985 5. microstructures.remedial measures. ‘The Metallurgy of Welding’. welding of cast irons Welding of Cu. ‘Introduction to Physical Metallurgy of Welding’. Chapman and Hall.M. Granjon H.carbon equivalent-preheating and post heatingweldability of low alloy steels.process induced defects. 1967 6. London. Demonstration of hardness measurements . M. Linnert G. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.

2. VIII and IX Welding procedure specification. 1996 3.2007 MT 629 WELDING METALLURGY LABORATORY LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1.A Practical Guide’. composition.Division 1 5. types and applications.V. ASME II. ASM. 1994 4. diffusion and ultrasonic welding.Metal Joining Manual’. M. phase diagram. Friction Stir Welding and Processing. Surfacing and Cutting TEXT BOOKS 1. Jaico Publishing House. Khanna Publishers. performance qualification.M. API 1104 4. National Institute of Technology.welding procedure and welder qualification. applications Brazing: Wetting and spreading characteristics. (Welding Engineering) Process and product standards for manufacturing of pipe . ‘Modern Arc Welding Technology’. Schwartz M. AWS D1. procedure qualification records. solders. field welding and inspection. operation of laser welding setup.. fabrication methods. Oxford IBH Publishers.1 Structural Welding Code 2. Friction stir welding: Metal flow phenomena.‘ Materials and Applications . V. McGraw-Hill. tools. 1979 2. principles of operation. surface tension and contact angle concepts. .II [[ Friction welding: Concepts. Bead-on-plate welding Department Materials Science and Engineering. ASME Section II Part A and C MT 606 WELDING PROCESSES . Christopher Davis. process variables and applications and induction pressure welding: Process characteristics and applications Explosive. types and applications.W. Nadkarni S. process characteristics and applications EBW: Concepts. 1997 5. Mishra. consumables testing and qualification as per ASME/AWS requirements REFERENCES 1.S and Mahoney. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. LBW: Physics of lasers. Parmar R S. brazing fillers. adhesive bonding Cladding. API 5L 3. Welding Engineering and Technology. joint categories.Tech. post weld heat treatment and hydro testing. API 1104 and API5L Design requirements.. ASME Section IX 6. welding and inspection. Arc striking practice. atmospheres for brazing. types of lasers. R. role of flux and characteristics. applications Soldering: Techniques of soldering. advantages and limitations. ‘Laser Welding . variables Introduction to materials standards and testing of materials. ASME Section VIII .

generators for welding. dispersion hardening Department Materials Science and Engineering. Prentice Hall of India. stress fields around dislocations. pulsing techniques. seam tracking devices. LVDT. .Tech. crater filling devices. yielding theories Elements of theory of plasticity. CRO. inverters Alternators and D. motors. application of dislocation theory to work hardening. Practice for preparation of procedure qualification record. resistance welding monitor TEXT BOOKS 1. temperature. Welding Handbook. different methods of control of volt-ampere characteristics. Effect of welding parameters on weld bead by GTA welding GMA welding Submerged arc welding 4. load and displacement. NC and computer controlled welding machines. use of thyristors. magnetic control of arcs. American Welding Society 2. controls in resistance welding machines Measurements of welding current. slope control. grain boundary strengthening.C. types of forces and metal transfer in the arc. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Volume 2. dual control. ‘ Rotating Electric Machinery and Transformer Technology’. carriage movement control. solid solution strengthening.C. dislocation theory properties of dislocation. volt-ampere relationship and its measurement. Richardson V. arc welding analyzer. setting of power source. volt control.basic assumptions. operation. static and dynamic arc characteristics. power source characteristics. synchronous motors Wire-feed system. 7th Edition. welding rectifiers. X-Y and strip chart recorders.. three brush generator. Practice for preparation of welding procedure specification. ELECTIVES MT 611 ELECTRICAL ASPECTS OF WELDING Physical phenomenon occurring in the arc. voltage. up and down slopes. resistance welding transformers. Microstructural observation of weldments Carbon steel Stainless steel Aluminium alloy Titanium alloy Dissimilar joints 5. elastic and plastic behaviour. characteristics of D. Basic principles. arc blow. stress–strain relationship for elastic behaviour. 6. D. 1978 MT 613 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS Strength of materials.M. National Institute of Technology. elements of plastic deformation of metallic materials. Mohr’s circle. potential distribution. choice of diode material. (Welding Engineering) 3.

Prentice Hall India. water. ANOVA Department Materials Science and Engineering. Power plant requirement. piston. Prentice Hall Inc. ‘Testing of Metallic Materials’. materials and coatings for wear resistance. liner.Impact resistant materials . material for Chemical and Petroleum industries. . exhaust. availability. ‘Structure and Properties of Materials’. 3rd Edition. Materials for aero structure. corrosion fatigue Introduction to creep . ‘Mechanical Metallurgy’. ductile to brittle transition-HSLA steel. clad materials etc. F A. Gladius Lewis. “Selection and Use of Engineering Materials”. 1984 MT 615 SELECTIONS OF MATERIALS Technologically important properties of materials.. London UK. M.Anti-friction materials .. Dieter G. NDT and FATT. 2. 3. TEXT BOOKS 1. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Charpy and Izod testing. McGraw Hill. Materials for engine components. Shepard L. rocker arm and tappet. elements of fractography . etc. shafts. Materials for chasis. wings. Materials with special thermal properties.. cam shaft. Materials for atmospheric.Manson Hafred parameter TEXT BOOKS 1. E. acid and alkaline resistance.. crank shaft. compressor blades. 3rd Edition.A. soil. High temperature steels and super alloys. ECT. Corrosion prevention coatings. John Wiley. COD and J integral Characteristics of fatigue failure. Wulff J. 1979. etc. Rose R. cost. Criteria of selection of materials like properties. Larsen Miller parameter . .. accelerated creep testing. A. manufacturing process. MT 617 COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES Design of Experiments: Factorial Design. National Institute of Technology. Volume III. mechanics of fatigue crack propagation. (Welding Engineering) Ductile and brittle fracture. low temperature materials. 1988 2. Physical. Chemical. Electrical & Magnetic materials. initiation and propagation of fatigue cracks.M. pin.creep mechanisms. head. Charles J A and Crane. connecting rod. significance of DBTT. 4th Edition. legal and safety factors. Hot hardness requirements. Butterworths.Friction materials .Tech. New Jersey USA. 1995. Suryanarayana. Taguchi Techniques. High temperature strength and stability. ring. cylinder block. Thermal expansion.Griffith’s theory. factors affecting fatigue strength and methods of improving fatigue behaviour – testing analysis of fatigue data. development of creep resistant alloys. creep curve. Mechanical and Electrical properties of metals. “Selection of Engineering Materials". coolants. variables affecting creep. 1996. LEFM– COD and J integral – determination of KIC.Wear resistant materials .Bearing materials. control rods. landing gears. Nuclear fuels. turbine blades.

Integer and geometric programming TEXT BOOKS 1..Douglas C.principles. unconstrained minimization . Macmillan (1988) 3. advantages and limitations Ultra sonic testing(UT) .Tech. types and properties of penetrants and developers. feasible direction and projections. Josef and Hebert Krautkramer. “Mathematical Modeling of Weld Phenomenon-2”. Optimization Methods: Classical optimization methods. Case studies: weld.M. advantages and limitations of eddy current testing. applications. wave propagation . B and C scan . types of UT Principles. Ultrasonic Testing of Materials. applications. MT 621 – NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING Visual Inspection.Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Radiography testing (RT) – Principles. Optical & Acoustical holography. B. 2..Principles. plain strain. National Institute of Technology. Design and analysis of experiments. steady and unsteady conduction. 1995.Principles.Ross. three dimensional analysis. applications and limitations. Types and characteristics of X ray and gamma radiation sources. John Wiley and sons 2. New York. Genetic Algorithm. Narosa Publishing House(1997).. Finite differences. A. constrained minimization.modes of sound wave generation . . Department Materials Science and Engineering. TEXT BOOKS 1. Applications in Materials Engg. applications. advantages and limitations of RT. 3rd edition. types. Unvariate. 5th ed. limitations. advantages and limitations. Thermography . Plane stress. Taguchi techniques for quality engineering – Philip J. explicit and implicit method Finite element Methods: Introduction to I-D FEM.recent advances.Various methods of ultrasonic wave generation. Problems in structural Mechanics using 2D elements. advantages. types. Eddy current testing . Liquid Penetrant Inspection principles. fuzzy Logic. Baldev raj. ax symmetric analysis.Principles. Springer-Verlag (1983). conjugate direction. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Non-Destructive Testing. Principles and applications of Fluoroscopy/Real-time radioscopy .Nature of sound waves. cast and formed components. Montgomery.Hull and V. applications. applications. gradient and variable metric methods.advantages and limitations .John. McGraw-ill book Company 3. types. Advantages and limitations of various methods of LPI. The Institute of Materials.tools. Numerical Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer: Classification of PDE. Magnetic particle inspection. advantages and limitations. applications. Cerjak H. Practical Non – Destructive Testing. Krautkramer. (Welding Engineering) Artificial Intelligence: ANN.

correction.W. design considerations. types of distortion ..fracture toughness testing. ‘Design of Weldments’. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation. ‘Corrosion Engineering’. joint efficiency.fatigue analysis .fatigue improvement techniques . stress corrosion cracking. Butterworths. corrosion in ceramics.stress concentrations . Pourbaix diagram and its importance for iron. ‘Weldment Design’. John Wiley. corrosion fatigue. ‘Rational Welding Design’. Tata McGraw Hill.economic aspects of corrosion control and corrosion auditing in industries .causes.. effects and measurements . electrochemical behaviour of active-passive metals.1991 MT 614 CORROSION ENGINEERING Electrochemical and thermodynamic principles . (Welding Engineering) MT 612 DESIGN OF WELDMENTS Type of joints. G.Tech. pitting. allowable defects. Dieter G. E. Omer W. D. standard electrodes and reference electrodes.‘Mechanical Metallurgy’. and corrosion inhibitors . code requirement for statically loaded structures Design for fluctuating and impact loading . concentration. National Institute of Technology.site investigation and laboratory analysis . ‘Deformation and Fracture of Mechanics of Engineering Materials’. B. polymers and remedial measures Corrosion prevention.life prediction Concept of stress intensity factors . different forms of polarisation: activation. Gray T. Hertzberg R. cathodic and anodic protection. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. application of fracture mechanics to fatigue Welding residual stresses .corrosion testing . Flade potential. fixtures and positioners TEXT BOOKS 1. symbols. G.M.dynamic behaviour of joints .M. . dealloying.LEFM and EPFM concepts .Nernst equation and electrode potential of metals.F.laboratory. 1978 Department Materials Science and Engineering. James.corrosion map of India TEXT BOOKS 1. 2nd Edition.thermal and mechanical relieving. types of loading Permissible stress.brittle fracture. high temperature oxidation. and galvanic series.Association of Engineers. E. design improvement.F. intergranular corrosion.. selection of edge preparation. computation of stresses in welds. weld size calculation. jigs. resistance polarisation. factor of safety. semi plant service and field tests.M. aluminium and magnesium Exchange current density. 1982 3. McGraw Hill. fretting corrosion. Greene N. Fontana M. catastrophic and internal oxidation On .permissible stress. 1988 5. 1996 4. coatings (metallic and non-metallic).factors affecting distortion .distortion control methods . theories of passivity Atmospheric.transition temperature approach . Tafel equation. occurrence. 1991 2.prediction . Bhattacharya.

failure of iron and steel castings. ‘Materials and Welding in Off-Shore Constructions’. fabrication techniques and field welding for pressure vessel applications Materials. Winter Mark H.M. Procedure for analyzing stress corrosion cracking. classification and identification of various types of fracture. mean time between failures and life testing. materials. ASM.factors influencing corrosion failures.. processes. 1991 3. Department Materials Science and Engineering. parallel and series system. bath tub curve. MT 616 WELDING APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY Heat exchanges. overview of various types of corrosion stress corrosion cracking. condition monitoring. 1992 2. characteristics of stress corrosion cracking. Failure of weldments . Oxford and IBH. sources. 1986 4. American Welding Society. elevated temperature fatigue.reasons for failure procedure for weld failure analysis. 1983 3. Gooch T. processes. ‘An Introduction to Metallic Corrosion and its Prevention’. stress concentration and service conditions. processes.W. materials. reasons for stringent quality control measures in nuclear industry TEXT BOOKS 1. factors affecting fatigue life Creep. fabrication. exponential and Weibull distribution for reliability. inspection and testing. Overview of fracture mechanics. super heaters. General concepts. National Institute of Technology.S and Mahoney. M. Causes of failure in forging. recent trends and developments Materials. R. processes and testing/inspection Materials. analyzing wear failure. application of Poisson. Types of wear. inspection and testing. improper heat treatment. 1996. characteristics of ductile and brittle fracture. case studies. ‘Principles and Prevention of Corrosion’. Corrosion failures. Denny Jones. power cycle piping.Tech. use of automatic welding and systems in automobile industry. Friction Stir Welding and Processing. automation Oil and gas industry. Reliability concept and hazard function. (Welding Engineering) 2. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Welding Institute Canada. various types of hydrogen damage failures. fabrication. fabrication and construction. processes. environmental induced failure. . Pergamon Press. 1996 5. economiser. fracture characteristics revealed by microscopy. Elsevier. ‘Guide for Steel Hull Welding’. reheaters. metallurgical instabilities. Prentice Hall of India.2007 MT 618 METALLURGICAL FAILURE ANALYSIS Stages of failure analysis. Mishra. auxiliary pipes. ‘Welding for Challenging Environments’. ‘Review of Overlay Welding Procedure for Light Water Nuclear Pressure Vessels’. S. stress rupture. American Welding Society. Raj Narayan.. Some case studies failures. life prediction.

physical vapour deposition (PVD). types of wear. Sudarshan T S.A. ion plating.V. Newyork. techniques. concept of risk analysis. MTTF. TEXT BOOKS 1. chromating. ASM Metals Park. Quality – philosophy. B. total quality management. P. quality control. (Welding Engineering) TEXT BOOKS 1. . time to failure distributions. Definitions and concepts. statistical tools. PDCA cycle.plasma surfacing. 1997. anodizing of aluminium alloys.10. quality loss function. MT 622 SURFACE ENGINEERING Introduction tribology. application areas. process capability analysis. Reliability – concept. typical procedure for ISO 9000. importance of substrate Chemical and electrochemical polishing. ISO 14000. PHI – EEE. ‘Surface modification technologies . USA. quality system. plasma assisted CVD. 1995. different measures of reliability. Deming. 10th Edition. plasma nitriding. quality awards. thermochemical processes -industrial practices Surface pre-treatment. Ghare. properties. and Heiser. New York. inspection by sampling.L. vendor quality assurance. specific examples. Marcel Dekker. Colangelo. Crosby. analysis of variance. metal organic CVD. statistical approaches. tests for assessment of wear and corrosion behaviour. 2.. advanced spraying techniques . chemical vapour deposition (CVD). test standards (ASTM) for assessment of quality deposits. process capabilities. D-Gun and high velocity oxy-fuel processes. John Wiley and Sons Inc.An Engineer’s guide’. wear and corrosion. nickel and chromium . deposition of copper. specific industrial applications Thermal spraying. 1989 Department Materials Science and Engineering. alloy plating. Taguchi. quality certification. statistical design of experiments. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Inspection.principles and practices. surface degradation.overview of different forms of corrosion. nickelphosphorous. laser surface alloying and cladding. electroless composite plating.Tech. quality assurance. “Analysis of Metallurgical Failures”. phosphating. QS 9000. quality audit. significance. zinc. quality management. evaporation. sputtering. control charts. difference between reliability and quality. ‘Quality Control and Application’. chemical colouring.J. overview of the works of Juran. Hansen. Quality organization. statistical quality control.F. cost of quality. 1974.M. MT 620 STATISTICALQUALITY CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT Variations. roles of friction and lubrication.M. acceptance sampling. statistical process control. electroless plating of copper. specific industrial applications. double and multiple sampling plans. ASM Metals Handbook “Failure Analysis and Prevention”. chemical conversion coatings. MTBF. Vol. electrocomposite plating. National Institute of Technology. single. TEXT BOOKS 1. nickel-boron. introduction to surface engineering. Ohio.

Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. DBTT. 1989 2. header. EPFM. thermal fatigue (TF). hydrogen embrittlement. rotors. ‘Electroplating and Other Surface Treatments . steam turbine blades. aspects to be considered for repair welding. . 1988 MT 626 LIFE ASSESSMENT OF WELDED STRUCTURES Historical evolution and operation of power plants and petrochemical plants-general description. heat exchanger repair techniques-explosive expansion. steam generator repair. ‘Metallurgy of Failure Analysis’. repair welding procedures for components made of steel casting and cast iron.. ‘Repair and Reclamation’. damage mechanisms and RLA of boiler tubes. crack growth models. MH. Varghese C. RLA methodology for bulk and localised damages High and low cycle fatigue. The Welding Institute. repair of cracked petroleum pressure vessel/reactor Types of wear. selection of materials for various wear applications. creep damaged high temperature components. OSD. plugging Various types of hardness tests. selection of welding process for reclamation Integrating repair/maintenance into on-going operations.Tech. American Society for Metals’.. plugging.LM. parametric extrapolation techniques . ‘Damage Mechanisms and Life Assessment of High Temperature Components’. American Welding Society. Tata McGraw Hill. reclamation surfacing techniques. steam pipes. Dobly R. temperature. MB and MCM. cumulative damage. Coffin-Manson relationship. photothermal imaging. 1986 2.D. NDE of surface coatings. LEFM. ‘Maintenance Welding in Nuclear Power Plants’. thermal-mechanical fatigue (TMF). radiation protection. pressures and materials. thermalmechanical fatigue life prediction. Viswanathan R.M. steam casings. characterisation of coatings. techno-economics.. case histories Mechanisms. crack growth in fatigue Materials. Non destructive assessment methods TEXT BOOKS 1. temper bead techniques. Kent K. etc. case histories on selection application/materials combination TEXT BOOKS 1. failure mechanism maps. (Welding Engineering) 2.. 1993 MT 628 PROCESS MODELING Department Materials Science and Engineering. National Institute of Technology.A Practical Guide’. wear resistant materials. high temperature bolts. creep fatigue interaction. half bead. TMH.E. 1993 MT 624 REPAIR WELDING AND RECLAMATION Engineering aspects of repair. temper embrittlement. usage of Ni base filler metals Damaged bends in gas transmission pipeline. Das A. failure in plants-definition of failure Toughness.S.K. design rules. valves and steam chests.

type and metal recovery. operator efficiency Need for time standards. phase transformations and thermo chemical calculations. ESW. job shop operation Process vs product layout. computerisation of time standards Definition of terms. Welding Institute U.Tech. crystallography.S.. size..up welding position operation factor. overwelding and joint. assumptions and limitations in numerical solutions. casting. instrumentation and data acquisition systems Review of transport phenomena. positioners. 1984 2. physical simulation. “Computer Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer”. different work stations in shop floor and their arrangements Selection and installation of equipment. CFD. cost of consumables. process services. construction. etc. etc.. services. SAW. mechanisation in welding. introduction to FEM & FDM. planning for welding processes and materials. ‘Welding Projects . concept of physical domain and computational domain.. 1977 3. 1971 2. artificial intelligence and robotics. jigs. inventory control. ‘Standard Data for Arc Welding’. analytical calculation. selection of electrodes. Themelis N.A Design Approach’..ANSYS. welding and liquid metal treatment TEXT BOOKS 1. ‘Industrial Administration and Management’. production control. Thermocalc. A. Bathy J. formulae for total cost. Wiley. Case studies from literature – pertaining to modeling of solidification / heat transfer. use of computers for the construction of phase diagrams. labour cost. Ghosh Dastidar. Tata McGraw Hill. National Institute of Technology. ‘Rate Phenomena in Process Metallurgy’. basic aspects of financial management and man power planning REFERENCES 1. stub thrown away. 1994 Department Materials Science and Engineering. composition of welding costs. cost overheads. differential equations & numerical methods. (Welding Engineering) Mathematical modeling. demonstration of some software packages Physical modeling – cold and hot models. J. employees. New Delhi. fit . cost curves for different processes like CO2 . alloy design. electrode efficiency. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.K.. Szekely J. service consideration. fixtures. usage of expert systems.M. P. 1998 MT 630 WELDING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Welding design. process control. safe handling of equipment.. fluid flow. advantages and limitations. case studies of water models. Pendar J. . various methods of computing standard time. definition of standard time. examples Introduction to software packages– useful websites and generic information about different products .

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