CCN: MTE1651C Title: Basic Welding Credit Hrs: 4.00
Description : 
Provides basic welding knowledge and skills necessary to make repairs on ferrous materials used in the marine industry. Emphasis on metallurgy and uses of metals. The course is designed for the student with no welding background and includes the safety and theory of gas welding, metal cutting, brazing with brass and silver alloys, AC/DC arc welding stick, and introduction to aluminum TIG and MIG welding. Provides basic welding knowledge and skills necessary to make repairs on ferrous materials used in the marine industry. Emphasis on metallurgy and uses of metals. The course is designed for the student with no welding background and includes the safety and theory of gas welding, metal cutting, brazing with brass and silver alloys, AC/DC arc welding stick, and introduction to aluminum TIG and MIG welding.
 
Lec Hrs =   38.00 Lab Hrs =   58.00 Oth Hrs =   0.00 Fees =   158.43

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