Innhold kursmoduler

IWSD-1 Welding Technology

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The students will understand key terms and abbreviations and be acquainted with basic standards pertaining to welding and welded joints .The students will be acquainted with welding symbols and characters used in design drawings and how to produce engineering drawings for production. The student will become acquainted with the most common welding processes designated and designations for welding processes. The students will understand effects of welding on the material metallurgy. This includes effect on material microstructure, hardness, hot cracking, ductility, etc. 
Tema: 
Definitions and terminology related to: 
− basic types of welded joints; 
− joint preparation; 
− fusion joints. 
Welding symbols 
Weld drawing characters 
Weld process abbreviations specific processes included in this section may vary depending on the target industry of the audience. 
Manual metal arc 
MIG/MAG 
TIG 
Submerged arc 
Electron beam 
Laser welding 
Resistance welding 
Friction stir welding 
Welding of constructional materials and their properties in the as-welded condition 
Basics of welding metallurgy 
Effect of heat input 
Fe-C equilibrium- and TTT- diagrams 
Microstructures and the effect on the mechanical properties of weld 
Typical imperfections and errors

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Hovedsaklig nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Øvingar.
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftleg eksamen med flervalgsspørsmål
Lengd på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatne hjelpemiddel: Ingen
Emneansvarleg: HiST
Pensumlitteratur:  Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium  

 

IWSD-2 Strength of Materials

Mål (According to EWF guideline)
To be acquainted with basic concepts of static equilibrium from simple structures and how these are applied in the analysis of simple structural elements. 
To understand the basic concepts of stress, strain, strength and deformation of solids. 
The student will be introduced to potential common failure modes for structures and structural materials. 
The student will understand the keys concepts related to fatigue of materials and structures 
The student will be introduced to fracture modes and how the stress intensity factor can be used in modelling fatigue crack growth and brittle fracture. 
The student will understand several of the critical material parameters used to assess to suitability of a structure or structural material. 
Tema: 
Equilibrium of forces 
Equilibrium of moments 
Action and reaction forces 
Free body diagram 
Shear and moment diagrams 
Tension, compression, shear, bending and torsion force components 
Normal stresses and strains 
Shear stresses and strains 
Elastic deformation of solids 
Static and dynamic forces 
Plastic deformation of solids 
Stress strain curves for materials 
Yield strength 
Mohr’s circle 
Yielding 
Multiaxial stresses 
Plastic collapse 
Ultimate strength 
Fatigue and fracture 
Global buckling 
Local buckling 
Lateral buckling 
Slenderness 
Definition of a fatigue load cycle 
Variable amplitude loading 
Cumulative damage 
Crack growth 
Mean stress 
Stress range 
Stress concentrations 
S-N curve 
Fatigue limit 
Stress intensity factor 
Brittle fracture 
Ductile fracture 
Fatigue crack growth 
Paris equation 
Plastic zone 
Critical stress intensity factor 
Yield and ultimate strength 
Elongation 
Fracture toughness 
Elastic modulus 
Poisson ratio 
Fatigue limit

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen
Lengde på eksamen:1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler: 
Emneansvarlig: Weld-on-Sweden
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

IWSD-3 Design of Welded Structures

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The student should understand the basic classes of structural elements and how these elements are combined in a simple structure. 
The student will understand the important distinction between different classes of loads acting on a structure and be aware of how to compute loads for design. 
The objective is to provide an introduction to the philosophy and process of design for welded structures 
The student will be introduced to the use of simple and more sophisticated analytical tools in the design of structures. 
The student will become familiar with the appropriate use of design guidance documents in the design of fabricated structures. 
Tema: 
Tension elements 
Compression elements 
Beam elements 
Truss and frame structures 
Plate elements 
Joining and connections 
As appropriate a suitable design guidance document, e.g., EN 1993 Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures, may be used 
Dead loads 
Live loads 
Distributed and concentrated loads 
Partial safety factors for loads 
Design loads 
Statistical load variation 
As appropriate a suitable design guidance document, e.g., EN 1991 Eurocode 1: Actions on structures, may be used 
Design goals and constraints 
Safety, economy, durability and serviceability 
Proportioning of members 
Analysis and evaluation 
Partial safety factors 
Sources of variation in design loads and strength of structural components 
Ultimate and serviceability limit states 
Spreadsheet tools 
Finite Element Analysis 
Design guideline formulas 
Dimensioning 
Partial safety factors 
Design load 
Design strength 
Limit state design / allowable stress design

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske aktiviteter:  Oppgaver med regneøvinger 
 Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen.
Lengde på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler: 
Emneansvarlig: Weld-on-Sweden
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

IWSD-4 Design of Welded Joints

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The students will understand the differences between functional weld categories and how the design requirements will depend on the categories 
The students will understand how the throat thickness of weld will be defined in predominantly static loaded joints 
The students will understand how the fatigue behaviour of welded joints and be able to perform relevant fatigue life calculations. 
The students will be acquainted with the brittle fracture analysis based on linear elastic fracture mechanics 
Tema: 
Weld categories: 
− primary load carrying joints; 
− connecting joints; 
− binding joints; 
− accessory joints. 
Throat thickness 
Elastic and plastic design 
Deformation capacity 
Stress components in a fillet weld 
Correlation factor for weld strength 
Design strength 
Fatigue of welded joints: 
− stress concentrations 
− residual stresses 
− initial defects

Constant and variable amplitude loading 
Cumulative damage 
FAT class 
Overview of fatigue calculation methods in a relevant design guidance document, e.g., IIW Doc. XIII-1965-03/XV-1127-03 “Recommendations for fatigue design of welded joints and components” 
Fracture toughness 
Critical stress intensity 
Critical crack size 
Temperature and material toughness 
Overview of calculation methods in a relevant design guidance document, e.g., EN 1993 Eurocode 3-part 1-10: Design of Steel Structures: Selection of materials for fracture toughness and through thickness properties

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen
Lengde på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler
Emneansvarlig: Weld-on-Sweden
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

IWSD-5 Design of  Welded Plate Structures

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The students will have a basic understanding of plate buckling and design requirements to avoid buckling. 
The students will have a basic understanding of design methods for beam structures and beam / column structures to avoid buckling. 
The students will understand the theoretical background of residual stresses and distortion and can use simplified estimation methods. 
Tema:
Plate buckling 
Modified slenderness 
Effective width 
Stiffeners 
Buckling coefficient 
Beam and column profiles 
Cross section classes 
Local and global stability 
Plastic design 
Longitudinal stiffeners 
Design of slender webs 
Shape factors for beam profiles 
Welding induced residual stresses 
Welding induced distortion 
Classification of distortions 
Weld sequence effects and residual stresses 
Effect of residual stress on structural behaviour 
Lamellar tearing

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode:
 Skriftlig eksamen.
Lengde på eksame: 1 time 
Tillatte hjelpemidler:.
Emneansvarlig: Weld-on-Sweden
Pensumlitteratur:  Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

IWSD-6 Design for Purpose of Welded Structures

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The students will be introduced to the basics of the “design for purpose” strategy for welded structures 
The students will understand what are essential items concerning improved design of statically loaded joints 
The students will understand how the fatigue life will depend on the different parameters and how these parameters can be control in design and manufacturing phases of production 
The students will understand the theoretical background, advantages and disadvantages of post-weld treatment methods. They will be acquainted with the practical aspects for executing the methods and inspection requirements. Reference document should be IIW publication XIII-1815-00 “IIW recommendations on post-weld improvement of steel and aluminium structures 
The students will understand the design requirements and challenges involved in automated welding processes 
The students will be introduced to the use of numerical analyses methods in the fatigue design of welded structures
The students will have a general background on the role of laboratory testing and its role in research, development and design  
Tema:
Alternate structure solutions 
Assessment of weld importance in terms of loading 
Definition of weld quality for different purposes 
Flow of forces in welded joints 
Weld start / stop positions 
Slot and plug welds 
Deformation capacity of a weld 
Structural stress 
Weld defects 
Notch stress 
Welds starts / stops 
Root defects 
TIG dressing 
Grinding 
Needle peening 
Hammer peening 
Quality control 
Fatigue strength improvement 
Weld angle and position 
Interference 
Seam tracking 
Joint selection 
Nominal stress approach 
Structural stress approach 
Notch stress approach 
Linear elastic fracture mechanics 
Overview of fatigue numerical methods in a relevant design guidance document, e.g., IIW Doc. XIII-1965-03/XV-1127-03 “Recommendations for fatigue design of welded joints and components” 
Fatigue testing methods 
Quasi-static testing methods 
Evaluation of laboratory failures 
Methods for data analysis

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen
Lengde på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler:
Emneansvarlig:
 Weld-on-Sweden
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

IWSD-7 Fabrication

Mål: (According to EWF guideline)
The students will understand the average cost levels of various fabrication processes and how they affect the total cost of a product 
The students will have be acquainted with the costs of common fabrication processes of a welded structure and how these costs can be minimized during the design process. The student should know how to communicate these “fabrication friendly” concepts is a design drawing. 
The students will be acquainted with the role, methods and requirements for quality assurance in welding fabrication 
The students will have be acquaint with the common inspection methods of welded structures and their applicability 
Tema:
Joint preparation costs , Filler material costs
Welding speed and machine costs 
Fixed and marginal costs 
Semi finished components 
Production costs 
Manufacture friendly design 
Automated and robotized production 
LCC 
Production measures 
Quality standards involved 
Weld imperfections 
Acceptance of imperfections 
Quality systems for production 
Inspection methods 
Destructive testing: 
− Charpy; 
− Tensile; 
− Bending; 
− Etc. 
Non-destructive testing: 
− Magnetic particle; 
− Ultrasonic;

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen
Lengde på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler: 
Emneansvarlig: Vitec
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

HiST Module 8: Industrial Fabrication Specific Module for Norway

Mål:
The students will understand the basic consepts of deisgning for high tensile steels.
The students will understand how white materials, duplex materials and so forth can be used in design, with limitations on the design itself.
The student shall get basic understandings of surface protection for harsh conditions
The student shall get basic understanding or cracking problems in subsea environment

Studiepoeng: 3
Undervisningsform: Samlinger og nettbasert
Obligatoriske arbeidskrav: Oppgaver med regneøvinger
Vurderingsmetode: Skriftlig eksamen
Lengde på eksamen: 1 time
Tillatte hjelpemidler: 
Emneansvarlig: Vitec
Pensumlitteratur: Sveis-IT Grunnbok og lærerkompendium

 

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Mål:
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Studiepoeng: 6
Undervisningsform: Veiledning via samlinger og nett
Vurderingsmetode: Bestått eller ikke bestått

 

 

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