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Theory of Welding

Subject aims

The aim of the object is to provide students with the complex professional information about the theoretical principles of welded joints formation at fusion and pressure welding, physical principles of the metal welding processes, metallurgical behavior between weld metal and slag or shielding gases, weld metal formation and weld metal crystallization principles, phase transformations in the weld joints, weld joints cracking phenomena, deformation and tension processes in the welds, materials weldability and theoretical principles of materials brazing. Based on the received information the students will be able to independently professionaly solve the task in the technical activities in the field of welding.

Literature

BECKERT, M.: Grundlagen der Schweisstechnik, VT Berlin, 1977.
EASTERLING, K.: Introduction to the Physical Metallurgy of Welding, BMM,
London, 1983.

Advised literature

EASTERLING, K.: Introduction to the Physical Metallurgy of Welding, BMM, London, 1983.


Code345-0502
AbbreviationTS
Czech titleTeorie svařování
English titleTheory of Welding
Guaranteedoc. Ing. Petr Mohyla, Ph.D.
Guarantee departmentDepartment of Mechanical Technology
Language of teachingCzech, English