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Weld-130 - Welding Metallurgy - David Bell

Course:Welding Metallurgy
Professor:David Bell
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 16 Week


Hello and welcome to Welding Metallurgy. My name is David Bell and I will be your professor for this course. We will be meeting via ZOOM weekly. The ZOOM link will be provided in CANVAS.

Course Description

Introduces basic metallurgy as applied to welding, emphasizing common heat treatment procedures, welding enhancement procedures, and thermal control of stress and strain in relation to ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

What to Expect in this Course

Each week we will have homework assignments that will be performed online in Canvas. We will also have lectures performed via Zoom. You will need Zoom installed on your device for the lecture. In addition to Zoom I would like everyone to at least have a microphone to be able to communicate with me in the Zoom meetings, a camera would be nice but is optional. The course will be provided via Canvas and if you need information on Canvas please look at this link from COC

Types of Assessments

The Weld 130 course consists of evaluation of students’ textbook unit review assignments, quizzes, exams and a final exam.

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

Metallurgy Fundamentals - With Access

Publisher - Goodheart Wilcox

ISBN 9781645645450

Additional Resources


This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:

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Last updated: 02/09/2022 Sub#: 1302