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Tech Connect

Welding

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

Rulers

Steel rule

Hook rule

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Pocket tape

Steel tape

Micrometers

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Outside

Inside

American and U.S. standard metal gauges

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Fillet gauge

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Calipers

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Outside

Inside

Protractor

Measuring Tools Used in Welding

(continued)

Units of Linear Measurement

Reading a Ruler

Reading inches: Each inch is marked by a

numbered line. These lines are the longest.

Reading ½ inch: The second longest lines indicate

the ½ inch marks.

Reading ¼ inch: The third longest lines indicate the

¼ inch marks.

Reading a Ruler (continued)

Reading 1/8 inch: The fourth longest lines indicate

the 1/8 inch marks.

Reading 1/16 inch: The shortest lines indicate the

1/16 inch marks.

Reading a Ruler (continued)

Step 1: Determine what type of ruler you are using.

Step 2: Line up the left end of the ruler with the left

edge of the object to be measured.

Step 3: Record the largest inch number closest to the

right edge of the object.

Step 4: Count the number of lines from the whole inch

mark to the edge of the object.

Step 5: Determine what fraction to use.

Step 6: Record the entire measurement.

Converting Units of Linear

Measurement

Types of Angles

Straight angle

Right angle

Types of Angles (continued)

Obtuse angle

Acute angle

Using a Protractor

Step 1: Locate the common endpoint shared by both

sides of the angle and place the center of the protractor

on that point.

Step 2: Line up the edge of the protractor so that one

side of the angle crosses the zero mark on one of the

scales.

Step 3: Determine where the other side of the angle

crosses the protractor, and use the same scale you

used in Step 2 to read the measurement of the angle.

Polygons and Formulas used to

Calculate Area and Perimeter

Polygons and Formulas used to

Calculate Area and Perimeter (continued)

Polygons and Formulas used to

Calculate Area and Perimeter (continued)

Units Used to Measure Area

Converting Square Units of

Measurement

Parts of a Circle

Circumference – The distance around a circle.

Radius – A line that joins the center of a circle with any

point on the circle.

Diameter – A line that passes through the center of a

circle.

Pi – A Greek letter (π) that represents the ratio of a

circle’s circumference to its diameter.

A circumference is expressed using the

uppercase letter C.

C = π x d, where d= diameter of a circle.

Calculating Circumference

Calculating Area

Area (A) = πr

2

Calculating Volume

Cube

Volume = length x width x height

Calculating Volume (continued)

Rectangular solid

Volume = length x width x height

Calculating Volume (continued)

Cylinder

Volume = πr2 x height, where r = radius

Units Used to Measure Volume

Converting Cubic Units of Measurement

Calculating Flat Stock Length Given

Outside Measurements

Flat stock length = (total length of bent metal) –

[(number of 90º bends) + (2 x (metal thickness))]

Calculating Flat Stock Length Given

Inside Measurements

Flat stock length = sum of inside dimensions

Calculating Flat Stock Length Given

Outside Diameter

Step 1: Subtract the thickness from the diameter.

Step 2: Calculate the circumference using the diameter

calculated in Step 1.

Step 1: Add the thickness to the diameter.

Step 2: Calculate the circumference using the diameter

calculated in Step 1.

Calculating Flat Stock Length Given

Inside Diameter

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Oklahoma Department of Career

and Technology Education

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