This comprehensive, 4-hour course employs easy-to-understand language, audio narration, and guided questions to help participants familiarize themselves with the code. Presented in 17 short modules, participants will learn to quickly locate important clauses, charts, and tables in time sensitive testing or working environments. No previous knowledge is required. This course is designed to guide you in navigating and reading the D Participants will learn to quickly locate important paragraphs, charts and tables, which is crucial to navigating the code in a timed testing environment and time sensitive working conditions. Who should take this course?
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Down in the stratosphere, but still at elevations higher than human habitation, at any given time, there are 5, aircraft in the sky. Aerospace needs the best practices to make things fly.
Integral to this is the welding of the materials, components, and systems that are utilized in the aerospace industry. For guidance in this activity, AWS D AWS D Fusion welding for aerospace applications is simply a variant of these processes, but it serves an industry that is subject to some of the most stringent rules and practices to support its extreme demands.
When the AWS D The document is broken up into 9 main clauses, with the earliest ones being devoted to general guidance, references, and background information, while the remainder address the design of welded connections, qualification for welding procedures and the welders performing them, fabrication when welding aerospace hardware, inspection, the repair of existing structures and nonflight hardware.
Changes to AWS D Added Annex D for materials in Table 5. These samples were removed from elsewhere in the standard. Added Annex H for qualified positions for production welding. Added Annex I for common acronyms that appear throughout the standard to ease compliance for the user. Added Figure 5. Separated Table B. Customary Units and one for the International System of Units, respectively.
AWS D17.1, Specification for Fusion Welding of Aerospace Applications
Training Requirements There are no mandatory training requirements. Candidates are encouraged to attend a seminar or self-study to become familiar with AWS D Re-examinations for this endorsement shall be in accordance with section 6. Candidates may not use photocopied versions of the standard unless they can supply evidence of purchase of the document.
D17.1 Code Clinic
D17 Committee on Welding in the Aircraft and Aerospace Industry