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Selecting the optimum metals for a product and controlling their properties is critical for your profitability and productivity. And understanding the differences in properties between different alloys and how alloy composition and manufacturing processes affect metal properties is critical to selecting metals and controlling their properties.
Our metallurgy courses teach practical metallurgy concepts that will help you
- Decrease the time to design products
- Improve quality
- Determine suppliers’ technical capabilities
- Solve problems quickly
- Have productive discussions with customers and suppliers
Developed by metallurgy experts, designed for non-metallurgists
Our courses were designed for design, manufacturing, and quality engineers. Purchasing agents and salespeople have also found our courses to be helpful.
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Access our on-demand courses any time you want over the 3-month registration period. Registration is immediate, and you’ll receive a certificate once you complete a course and pass the exam. Click any of the courses below for course details.
Learn the metallurgy of how metal strength is modified by alloying, cold-working, and heat treating.
Learn techniques & steps to evaluate components that fractured, corroded, or have poor quality.
Learn how alloy composition, cold-working, and heat treating influence wrought aluminum alloy strength
Attend our June 25 webinar for answers to real-world metallurgy problems and to learn about a failure analysis
Learn about precipitation strengthening heat treating and the effects on alloy microstructure and strength.
Learn steel microstructures, their influence on properties, and how they are modified during heating/cooling.
Learn about the metallurgy of steel quenching and tempering, martempering, and austempering.
Learn how the microstructure and properties of steel are changed by processes like carburizing, nitriding, and induction hardening.
This is a combination of 3 courses: Metallurgy of Steel, Steel Through Hardening, and Steel Case Hardening.
Learn about the physics of seven common types of corrosion and methods for controlling corrosion.
Learn how tensile tests are performed & the mechanical properties determined based on the test data.
Learn how Brinell, Rockwell, and microhardness tests are performed and how samples are prepared for testing.
Learn the materials engineering perspective for successful product design and manufacturing.
Learn about the factors that influence metal properties. Controlling these factors is critical to make great products.