GMAW – Plate – Module ID 29209-15

GMAW – Plate – Module ID 29209-15

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Module Six (29209-15) introduces the trainees to the methods and procedures related to gas metal arc welding (GMAW) of plate. Trainees will learn safety procedures and the techniques used to produce various basic weld beads.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 • Identify GMAW-related safety practices and explain how to set up for welding.

  • Describe basic GMAW processes.
  • Identify GMAW-related safety practices.
  • Explain how to safely set up the equipment and work area for welding.

Learning Objective 2 • Describe equipment control and welding procedures for GMAW and explain how to produce basic weld beads.

  • Describe equipment control and welding techniques related to GMAW. b. Explain how to produce basic GMAW weld beads.

Learning Objective 3 • Describe the welding procedures needed to produce proper fillet and V-groove welds using GMAW welding techniques.

  • Describe the welding procedures needed to produce proper fillet welds using GMAW welding techniques.
  • Describe the welding procedures needed to produce proper V-groove welds using GMAW welding techniques.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objectives 1 through 3) • Make multiple-pass GMAW-S (short-circuit) fillet welds on carbon steel plate coupons in all four 1F through 4F positions, using solid or composite electrode.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objectives 1 through 3) • Make multiple-pass GMAW-S (short-circuit) V-groove welds on carbon steel plate coupons in all four 1G through 4G positions, with or without backing, using solid or composite electrode.

Performance Task 3 (Learning Objectives 1 through 3) • Make multiple-pass GMAW spray-transfer fillet welds on carbon steel plate coupons in both the 1F and 2F positions, using solid or composite electrode.

Performance Task 4 (Learning Objectives 1 through 3) • Make multiple-pass GMAW spray-transfer Vgroove welds on carbon steel plate coupons in the 1G position, with backing, using solid or composite electrode.

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