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close this bookMachining of Material/Metal - Course: Machining of Metal. Methodical Course-Guide for Instructors
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View the document1. Objectives and Contents of the Practical Training in the Techniques of Making Threaded Joints
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View the document3. Recommendations for the Practical Training in the Techniques of Making Threaded Joints
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1. Objectives and Contents of the Practical Training in the Techniques of Making Threaded Joints

Trainees who have completed the course are supposed to have a good command of the techniques of making threaded joints. To achieve this, the following is required:

Objectives of training

- The trainees will have a ready knowledge of the purpose and the types of threaded joints and the stresses in these joints.

- The trainees will master the various techniques of making direct and indirect screwed joints for fastening purposes.

- The trainees are in a position to select those joints which serve an intended purpose.

- They can choose the right type of tools, auxiliaries and aids and use them properly, strictly keeping to all regulations on health and labour safety as well as fire protection.

To meet these requirements the instructor or teacher should emphasize the following points of content:

Content of training

Know-how

- Purpose and types of bolts, screws, nuts, locking devices, washers and threaded joints

- Stresses in threaded joints

- Types of tools and their uses

- The technological steps of making direct and indirect bolted and screwed joints for fastening purposes

- Undoing threaded joints

- Safety regulations

Abilities

- Preparing the component parts for assembly
- Assembling the component parts and inserting bolts, screws, nuts and locking devices
- Checking the component parts before and after assembly
- Undoing a threaded joint.