Stainless Steel Alloy Families - Video

Stainless Steel Alloy Families

Stainless Steel Alloy Families

Learn stainless steel metallurgy fundamentals

There are five families of stainless steel alloys: austenitic, ferritic, martensitic, duplex, and precipitation hardening. They are differentiated by the metallurgical phases present.

In this video recording of a webinar presentation webinar you’ll learn about the metallurgical aspects of each family of stainless steel alloys, the metallurgical differences between the families of alloys, and the metallurgical aspects of their strength and corrosion resistance.

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Video details

The video is about 30 minutes. You will receive a course slide document and have 6 weeks access to the video.

Knowledge of the concepts covered in our Five Key Metallurgy Concepts video will be helpful for understanding the concepts covered in the Stainless Steel Alloy Families video. Use discount code 5KeyConcepts for a $15 discount when you purchase Five Key Metallurgy Concepts along with the Stainless Steel Alloy Families video.

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Topics covered

  • Composition and microstructure differences between the five stainless steel alloy families
  • Effects of alloy composition and processing on alloy strength
  • Effects of alloy composition on corrosion resistance
  • Relative strength and corrosion resistance for different alloys

Who should watch this video

People who want a solid understanding of stainless steel metallurgy fundamentals in order to...

  • Design better, lower cost components.
  • Solve reliability and quality problems faster.
  • Have productive conversations with metal and component suppliers and metallurgical labs.
  • Be more confident when dealing with decisions and problems involving stainless steel.

Course certificate

No training credit is awarded for this training because of its short length

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    Mechanical Design Engineer
    Oil & Gas Industry
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    Ensign-Bickford Aerospace and Defense
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    Test House, Abbey Forged Products
  • I learned a bunch from this course. I needed an understanding of the heat treating and metals for our heat treating process in house. I now have a much better understanding of what is accomplished in the process along with understanding what could be a problem in our process.
    Tim Harris
    Gesipa Fasteners USA

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Registering

Individual: Add the video to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the course. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Contact us to register more than one person or for pricing for groups of 5 or more people.

Registering

Individual: Add the webinar to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the training. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Register more than one person by clicking the "Add to Cart" button multiple times or by editing the quantity in the shopping cart. After registering you will receive an email with information about how to access the course that you can share with the others in your group. Contact us for pricing for large groups of people.

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