Today, Welding has acquired the status of a top class manufacturing process and is required by almost every sector of Industrial activity, everywhere in world. Means of transport - be it road, rail, air or water – all of them necessarily depend on welding technology for their manufacturing. The same goes for the consumer durable & white goods industry. The quality needs of various welded sheet metal and other components are vital for the producers to reach the A-class level of competence and consistency of the integrated final product.
The modern fast and automated manufacturing Technology required in these Mass-manufacturing industries, involves Welding processes such as Resistance Spot, Seam, Projection and Butt Welding, MIG/MAG Welding, FCAW, Laser Cutting & Welding, Friction Welding and Friction Stir Welding. In spite of the high end technology the quality inconsistency arising due to distortion and welding defects are still the major issues every welding Engineer faces.
This will help the practicing engineers in developing full technical understanding of the subject and solve manufacturing issues related to welding processes.
After undergoing the programme, the participants will be able to -
1.Clearly understand the mechanism of weld formation - the basic for all the welding done - to be able tocorrelate the dynamics of the various processes;
2.Convincingly choose the welding process for given applications on relative merits;
3.Develop the ability to analyze and solve the day to day problems more effectively and quickly;
4.Plan for the consistency of the quality levels while meeting the production targets by understanding theinteractive effect seven(7) engineering disciplines in action at a time;
5.Plan and run their DoE trials, as and when needed, more effectively and economically by choosing the rightparameters – the attributes;
6.Finally understand and grasp the whole picture – a common platform - to preempt and avoid the time consuminginterdepartmental meetings for problem solving and/or conflict resolution.
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