Failure Analysis of Metal Problems
- Do you know the steps to take to get the information needed to fix product failures and quality problems?
- What typically happens at your company when there’s a product failure or quality problem? Get together with other people and guess at the root cause?
- When you get results from a metallurgical lab, do you know what to do next?
If you’re responsible for figuring out why a component failed or fixing quality problems, this webinar is for you. You’ll gain the knowledge that will help you get to the bottom of problems faster.
Metallurgical failure analysis of metal stock and metal components is an important step in the process of determining the root cause of component failures and quality problems. The information obtained during an examination is used to help determine the root cause of a problem.
During this webinar you will learn you will learn about the analysis equipment used, the data obtained, and how to use the information obtained to determine the root cause of a problem. Case studies of component failures and quality problems will be used to help teach the concepts.
By the end you will better understand how to work with metallurgical labs on a failure analysis, how to better participate in a failure analysis, and how to read failure analysis reports. You’ll gain confidence about what to do when a problem occurs. No longer does a problem have to drag on.
- Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021
- Time: 1:00 to 3:00 pm central time
- Instructor: Michael Pfeifer, Ph.D., P.E.
What you will learn during this webinar
- How to select, collect, handle, and prepare samples for metallurgical evaluation
- Common metallurgical analysis tools, how they are used, and the data obtained.
- How to perform a failure analysis for quality problems and fractured components
- Four common fracture modes and their appearance
- Relating fracture surface appearance to the fracture mode
Webinar attendees will receive a webinar slides document prior to the webinar and will have 14 days access to the webinar recording.
This webinar is targeted to design, manufacturing, and quality engineers.
Professional Development Hours
A certificate for 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDH) will be emailed to webinar attendees who log-in to the webinar, attend the entire session, and complete the webinar survey.
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