Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist
Who Should Attend:
- Mechanical, Industrial, Aerospace and Manufacturing Engineers
- Machine Shop Superintendents
- QA Managers
- Heat Treating Managers
Suggested Prerequisites: Basic understanding of chemistry and physics.
- Metals: A history of the discovery of the major commercially important metals.
- Extractive Metallurgy: Techniques used to win metals from mineral ores.
- Solidification of Metals: Introduction to the science of metal processing.
- Metal Forming: Techniques employed to form metals at room and elevated temperatures.
- Mechanical Properties and Their Measurement: Mechanical strength and testing procedures.
- Steel and Cast Irons: Applications and Metallurgy.
- Heat Treatment of Steel: Hardness and hardenability of steel.
- Case Hardening of Steel: Techniques used for surface hardening.
- Strengthening Mechanisms: Techniques used for nonferrous metals.
- Nonferrous Metals: Industrial applications and properties.
- Joining: Techniques of welding, brazing and soldering.
- Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention: Causes of corrosion and the environmental factors which contribute to it.
- Quality Control and Failure Analysis: Procedures for predicting and/or evaluating the performance of metals in service.
- Materials Characterization and the Selection Process: The interaction of design and the selection of materials to meet specific requirements.