Advances in Welding and Joining Technologies

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The progress of several welding and joining processes is ever increasing with the development of new materials and their application in modern technologies. The micro joining and nano joining is even more challenging area with the development of miniature components. This course is primarily designed from fundamental understanding to the most recent advances in welding and joining technologies. The syllabus is oriented to the advancement of the joining technologies which is different from conventional welding and joining processes. The modules cover almost all the direction of joining technologies and it is blended with fundamental development to the recent technologies. Audience will be able to develop fundamental understanding on different perspective and recent development in this field through the lectures and reinforce their knowledge by solving assignments. This course is presented in a lucid and simplified way to make it enjoyable to the beginners.

INTENDED AUDIENCE:Bachelor/Master/PhD students having background in Mechanical/Material Science/Metallurgical engineering/ Production Engineering/Manufacturing Technology
PREREQUISITES: There are no pre-requisites in educational qualification.INDUSTRY SUPPORT: Nil



Week 1-2 : Fundamentals of welding and joining (04 lectures)Assignments for Week 1 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 2-3: Laser and electron beam welding (02 lectures)Assignments for Week 2 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 3-4: Solid state welding processes (03 lectures)Assignments for Week 3 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 4-5: Computational welding mechanics (02 lectures)Assignments for Week 4 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 5-6: Micro-joining and nano-joining (03 lectures)Assignments for Week 5 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 6-7: Welding metallurgy (02 lectures)Assignments for Week 6 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 7-8: Welding and joining of non-metals (02 lectures)Assignments for Week 7 – MCQ and Fill blanksWeek 7-8: Metal transfer in welding and metal printing (02 lectures)