WAF 210: Welding Metallurgy
In this course, students will study the fundamental behaviors and properties of ferrous and nonferrous metals. Students will prepare samples for macro and micro inspection to identify different grain structures and properties. Following the American Welding Society codes and specifications, students will be able to recognize, repair, troubleshoot, and determine various weld procedures.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Academic Math Level 1; WAF 112 and WAF 215, minimum grade "C"; both courses may enroll concurrently
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