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Materials Joining Engineering Technology (MJTC)
Department of Engineering Technology

MJTC 2614   Joining Methods
A study of 14 different welding and related methods of joining metals. Laboratory experience includes such processes as oxy-fuel gas, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, and gas tungsten arc welding. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: MJET 2021 and MJET 2022. (Spring, Odd years)

MJTC 2634   Joining Methods and Processes
A study of the principles and methods embodied in a representative sampling of traditional and nontraditional processes for joining materials. Laboratory experience includes processes such as oxy-fuel gas, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, gas tungsten arc welding, laser beam, ultrasonic spot, atomic hydrogen, electric resistance spot, arc air gouging, and submerged arc welding. Also includes mechanical testing and metallography of completed welds. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: MJET2021 and MJET 2022. (Fall)

MJTC 4214   Joining of Metals
Application of welding metallurgy principles to fusion welding ferrous and non-ferrous engineering alloys. Specific alloys discussed include carbon, low alloy, HSLA, stainless steels, tool and die steels, aluminum, nickel-based, and titanium alloys. Laboratory includes weldability testing, metallographic sample preparation and evaluation techniques. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: ENGR 2313, MJET 2021, and MJET 2022. (Fall)

MJTC 4423   Nondestructive Testing
Principles and practices of nondestructive methods for evaluating conformance to applicable workmanship and quality standards. Laboratory experience includes performance of liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, radiography, ultrasonics, and eddy current testing techniques. Interpretation and written communication of test results are emphasized. Class 2. Lab 3. Prerequisites: PHYS1123 and ENGR2313. (Spring)

MJTC 4941-4993   Special Topics
Individual or group research, development, or design. Special permission only. Class 1-3.