Carbon Steel Alloy Selection
Are you responsible for selecting steel to use in engineered components? Do you struggle to understand the pros and cons of different alloys?
In this webinar you will learn how to identify carbon and low-alloy steels that meet component design requirements. Design requirements discussed include performance, reliability, fabrication, and joining. Alloys considered include low and medium carbon alloys from the following families 10xx, 11xx, 12xx, 15xx, 15Bxx, 41xx, 43xx, 51xx, and 86xx.
Examples, with attendee participation, will be used to demonstrate the selection process.
If you’re a material supplier, learn what your customers should know next time they ask for help selecting an alloy.
- Webinar date: Thursday, August 23, 2019
- Time: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. central time
- Instructor: Michael Pfeifer, Ph.D., P.E.
What you will learn during this webinar
- Design requirements considerations for selecting an alloy to use for a component.
- Commonly available steel alloys and effects of composition and metallurgical factors on strength, ductility, toughness, machinability, cold-formability, and welding
- How to identifying candidate carbon steel and low-alloy steel alloys
A pdf document of the webinar slides will be emailed to webinar registrants 1-2 days before the webinar. You will also have 7-day access to a recording of the webinar.
Knowledge of the concepts taught in the Carbon Steel Metallurgy and Carbon Steel Heat Treating webinars or the Carbon Steel Metallurgy and Carbon Steel Through Hardening online courses will be helpful for this webinar.
Engineers involved with product design and development.
Individual: The fee is $109 per person. After registering you will receive an email with a link to the information about how to access the webinar.
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