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Jurandir Primo, PE
The welding industry is broad and includes people who carry the job title of "welders”, and others like pipe-fitters, boilermakers and iron-workers, who may weld, but only for a part of their day on the job. Beyond these skilled positions, there are technicians, inspectors, supervisors, managers and engineers, all involved with welding subjects, in some way or the other. The American Welding Society (AWS) and the British Standards (BS) are always credentialing professionals for all of these areas, from simple and informal inside companies’ trades, to nationally and internationally recognized programs This course of Welding Technology - Quiz Questions – Terms and Definitions brings the fundamentals, in a very important didactic form, suited for everyone, beginners, students, technicians, engineers, contractors and all interested professionals, working or not, with welding production. The course is divided in 5 basic sections as follows: Introduction, Welding Inspection Certifications, NDT Certifications, Welding Terms and Definitions and Welding Technology – Quiz Questions, properly and clearly distributed in 120 pages. Quiz questions and consequent answers are, undoubtedly, the best way to learn the concepts and definitions and to pass a test in any specific area. These quiz questions are based totally in several welding technology training courses and brought here to help the students interested in advanced learning, even for specific areas. These questions are commonly used on applicants to a job, operations, maintenance and in inspection, as part of the global production businesses. A glossary, also known as a vocabulary, or clavis, is also presented with an alphabetical list of terms, considering the definitions for welding processes, inspection knowledge, safety, metallurgy NDT and Destructive Testing. Traditionally, a glossary appears at the end of a book and includes terms within that book, however, in this handbook the glossary is presented before each sector of this course that enables definition of major concepts, especially for newcomers to this field of study.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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