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- Engineer and optimize metals and processes
- Solve and prevent problems
- Ask suppliers better questions
Our courses were designed for non-metallurgists such as design, manufacturing, and quality engineers. Also, purchasing agents and salespeople have found our courses helpful for discussions with suppliers and engineers.
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Learn how metal composition and various microscopic structures are modified to modify metal strength.
Learn about steel microstructures, their influence on steel properties, and how they are modified during heating/cooling.
Learn about the metallurgy of steel quenching and tempering, martempering, and austempering.
Learn about processes like carburizing, nitriding, and flame and induction hardening.
This is a combination of 3 courses: Metallurgy of Steel, Steel Through Hardening, and Steel Case Hardening.
Learn about precipitation strengthening heat treatment processes and their effects on alloy metallurgy and strength.
Learn about the physics of seven common types of corrosion and methods for controlling corrosion.
Learn about the mechanisms involved in metal corrosion and the factors that influence corrosion behavior and corrosion rate. This course contains the content of Corrosion of Metals modules 1 & 2.
Learn about the factors that influence metal uniform corrosion and how to prevent the corrosion. This course contains the content of Corrosion of Metals module 3.
Learn about the factors that influence metal galvanic corrosion and how to prevent the corrosion. This course contains the content of Corrosion of Metals module 4.
Learn how tensile tests are performed and how various mechanical properties are determined based on the test data.
Learn how Brinell, Rockwell, and microhardness tests are performed and how samples are prepared for testing.
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