In the Navy as well as private industry, welding is widely used by metalworkers in the fabrication, maintenance, and repair of parts and structures. While there are many methods for joining metals, welding is one of the most convenient and rapid methods available. The term welding refers to the process of joining metals by heating them to their melting temperature and causing the molten metal to flow together.This Navy Welding Manual book is an official welding handbook consists of entire welding process. This book divided into 8 main chapters as follow: Properties of Metal, Heat treatment of metals, introduction to welding, gas cutting, gas welding, soldering brazing and wearfacing, shielded metal arc welding and wearfacing, gas shielded arc welding. This book available free to download in pdf format consists of 194 pages and sized at 10Mb.
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