Our metallurgy courses teach practical concepts relevant to real-world design and manufacturing situations. Be more confident and productive when dealing with metal questions, decisions, and problems.
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Learn metallurgy of wrought aluminum, including effects of alloy composition, cold-working, and heat treating on strength.
Learn the parts of a corrosion cell, common corrosion mechanisms, and design approaches to prevent corrosion.
Learn electroplating process steps, coating properties and evaluations, and coating defects and causes.
Learn how Brinell, Rockwell, and microhardness tests are performed and how samples are prepared for testing.
Learn the analysis techniques and steps to perform a failure analysis of metal components and joints that failed by fracturing, corrosion, or poor manufacturing quality.
Learn how precipitation affects metal strength and the effects of heat treating on metal microstructure and strength.
Covers metallurgical fundamentals of how alloying, heat treatment, and cold working are used modify metal strength.
Learn the metallurgical changes that occur during case hardening and effects of alloy composition and process parameters on steel microstructure and properties.
Learn about the metallurgy of carbon and low-alloy steel. This includes effects of alloy composition and heat treating on steel microstructure, strength, and hardness.
Learn metallurgical changes that occur during through hardening and effects of alloy composition and process parameters on steel microstructure and properties.
Learn how tensile tests are performed and the mechanical properties determined based on the test data.