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Welded Design Theory and Practice

Welded Design Theory and Practice
Welded Design Theory and Practice

Hicks Welded Design Theory and Practice by John Hicks. This book for engineers of all disciplines, and this includes those welding engineers who do not have a background in matters of engineering design, as well as the scientific disciplines of physics, chemistry and metallurgy. and for others in all professions who may find this subject of interest.

Contents of Welded Design Theory and Practice
The engineer and Responsibility of the engineer
Metals, Steels and Aluminium alloys
Fabrication processes & cutting
Considerations in designing a welded joint
Static strength
Fatigue cracking
Brittle fracture
Structural design
Offshore structures
Management systems
Weld quality
Standards

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