SHM 208 - Industrial Metal Fabrication
1 Lecture Hours 4 Lab Hours
Prerequisites: WLD 295 , WLD 296 , WLD 297
This is a course in fabrication techniques associated with ferrous and non ferrous metals thicker than .0625”. Lay-out of industrial products and fit up techniques will be discussed and practiced. Principles of industrial air and particle movement systems will be discussed and fabricated.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Calculate metal required for round fabrication given metal thickness and desired outside and inside diameters.
- Calculate shear lists for blow pipe systems and products given a field sketch with necessary dimensions.
- Explain principles of particle collection systems.
- Discuss applications of bag house filter systems.
- Fabricate rolling offsets given material and critical dimensions.
- Explain principles to take into consideration when designing a material conveying system.
- Fabricate a rolling offset.
- Fabricate a kitchen hood exhaust.
- Fabricate portions of a dust collection system.
- Fabricate portions of a material conveying system.
- Fabrication with Heavy Gage Metals
- Blow Pipe Systems
- Dust Collection Systems
- Material Conveying Systems
- Rolling Offsets
- Layout of Duct Collectors
- Layout of Blast Gates
- Layout of Rolling Offsets
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 05/05/2008
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