Metallurgy Videos - Industrial Metallurgists

Metallurgy Videos

Videos of past metallurgy webinars

Videos are 30 minutes to 2 hours.

Earn training credit and a certificate for recordings that are 1 hour or longer. 

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Learning Focus

Learn the fundamentals of metallurgy and metals engineering so you can:

  • Design better, lower-cost components
  • Quickly solve metal failures and quality problems
  • Select only good suppliers
  • Have productive discussions with customers and suppliers of metals and metal components

Anyone involved with product design and manufacturing will benefit.

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Videos are...

  • On-demand
  • 30 minutes to 2 hours long
  • Eligible for training credit and a certificate for recordings that are 1 hour or longer
  • Available for 6 weeks
  • Priced per person (contact us for group pricing)

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Learn the steps and metallurgical effects of the precipitation strengthening heat treatment used with aluminum alloys. Includes a discussion of critical process parameters and their effects on aluminum microstructure and strength. For design, manufacturing, and supplier quality engineers. Earn 1.5 hours training credit.

Learn about the metallurgy of wrought aluminum alloys. This includes metallurgical factors that influence aluminum strength and how alloy composition, cold working, and heat treating are used to modify aluminum microstructure to  obtain desired strength. 1 hour

Learn about the metallurgy of gray and ductile cast iron, including the effects of alloy composition and casting process.

Learn the parts of a corrosion cell, common corrosion mechanisms, and design approaches to prevent corrosion.

Learn about design for manufacturing and assembly (DFMA) principles that involve consideration of component form and materials. Applying these principles is critical if you want to reduce time-to-market, reduce total production costs, and meet shipment targets.

Learn how to identify the conditions that cause degradation of materials and lead to component failure. You’ll also learn how the effects of stressors can be evaluated without having to build the entire product.

Learn about aluminum, magnesium, and zinc die casting alloys and factors that influence die cast component quality.

Learn about the electroplating process, plated layer properties and their evaluations, and plated layer defects and their causes.

Learn electroplating process steps, coating properties and evaluations, and coating defects and causes.

Learn how to perform a failure analysis on fractured and cracked components and joints.

Learn the five key metallurgy concepts that are critical understanding and applying metallurgy to improve your manufacturing processes and products. These concepts apply to all metals.

 

Learn the key components of a galvanic cell, the driving force behind the corrosion, and the factors that influence corrosion rate. Learn considerations for selecting compatible metals and design methods to prevent galvanic corrosion.

In this course you’ll learn about the physics of the fatigue mechanism, design factors that influence component fatigue life, and practical ways to improve fatigue resistance.

Learn how metallurgical analyses are used to help determine the root cause of metal problems.

Learn about stainless steel metallurgy with respect to stainless steel strength and corrosion resistance.

Learn how to identify alloys and mill conditions for an application. Case studies will be used for demonstration.

Learn about the effects of heat treating on carbon and low-alloy steel microstructure and properties.

Learn the relationships between steel properties and composition, microstructure, and heat treating. The concepts apply to carbon and low-alloy steel. They also apply to many aspects of tool steels.

Start learning steel metallurgy fundamentals - phases present in steel, the iron-carbon phase diagram, and effects of steel microstructure on steel strength and hardness.

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