Welder's Troubleshooting Guide

By: Stewart, John P.

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1st Edition / 1st Printing - Ex-library with usual marks. No marks or writing in text. Binding sound. Corners are rubbed. The second book by John P. Stewart Published in 1983 by RestonPublishing. It is now out of print but you can still find retired welders selling used copies. . . . . . TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1.) Learning to Weld -- 2.) Troublefree Stainless Steel Welding -- 3.) Troublefree Cast Iron Welding -- 4.) TIG Welding Instructions and Troubleshooting Data -- 5.) Welding High-Nickel Alloys - Different but Not Difficult -- 6.) Why Do Welds Crack and How Can Weld Cracks Be Prevented? -- 7.) Tips from Roiled Alloys. . . For Crack-Free, Heat-Resistant Alloy Welding -- 8.) Weld Quality and Inspection -- 9.) Visual Inspection: Troubleshooting Weld Defects -- 10.) Pipeline Welding Meeting Today's Quality Requirements -- 11.) Pipe Welding with Consumable Weld Inserts -- 12.) Troubleshooting Gas Metal-Arc Welding Processes and Equipment -- 13.) Troubleshooting Submerged Arc Welding Defects -- 14.) Machine Shop Troubleshooting -- 15.) Repair of Aluminum Automotive sheet by TIG and MIG Welding -- 16.) Troubleshooting Aluminum Weld Defects -- 17.) Hard-Facing: Fundamental Considerations and Procedures -- 18.) Air Carbon-Arc Cutting and Gouging Techniques -- 19.) Hot-Shot Troubleshooting -- 20.) Cost Considerations of a Welding Process -- 21.) Common Metals Identification -- 22.) How to Improve Electrode Performance -- 23.) Choosing the Right Shielding Gas for Better Quality Welds -- 24.) Comparison Charts -- 25.) Reference Guide ------ * APPENDIX 1: Useful Troubleshooting Information -- * APPENDIX 2: Other Books by John P. Stewart -- * INDEX. . . . . . . . . The author worked for 30 years as a welding and fitting specialist. Over the years he manually welded hundreds of parts for rail cars while working for Canadian Car co. in Montreal in the late 50's. He built and welded numerous apparatus for paper machinery and rolling mills working for Dominion Engineering in Lachine Quebec and he put bridge spans together working for the Dominion Bridge co. Later as a welder/fitter he helped build turbines for the Churchill Falls Power project in Labrador and also assembled mining equipment for large exploration companies. Building large heavy tonnage fabrications was his specialty and if something wasn't right he was the one the engineers turned to for solutions. He has written and published books that are the result of his experiences and which can be found in thousands of welding shops and schools throughout the American Continent and other parts of the world. -- johnstewartbooks.weebly dot com

Title: Welder's Troubleshooting Guide

Author Name: Stewart, John P.

Categories: Trades,

Publisher: Reston Pub Co: June 1983

ISBN Number: 0835986071

ISBN Number 13: 9780835986076

Size: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used - Good

Seller ID: 87211