Steel metallurgy for non-metallurgists, II
In design, construction, maintenance, failures etc. the properties of the materials play a crucial role. Learn about the application of various types of steel.
ParticipantsEngineers and technicians employed with projection, construction, manufacturing, maintenance and inspection and purchase and sale of steel products.
The course is prepared for non-metallurgists who are not in need of specialist knowledge on a daily basis.
For participation in course St. 52-1 Steel metallurgy for non-metallurgists I or similar is a prerequisite.
TargetTo supply the participants with practical and wide application –oriented knowledge on the properties, behaviour and heat treatment of various types of steel.
To provide the course participant with metallurgical aspects on various groups of steel and cast iron.
ContentThe course will provide you with metallurgical basic knowledge on various steel types and their application. Furthermore, possible types of delivery and pricing will be reviewed.
The following topics will be dealt with:
- Constructional steel
- Tool steel
- High strength steel
- Cast iron
- Heat treatment
- Strength enhancing mechanisms
- Welding metallurgical aspects
- Classification and specification of steel types.
Registration deadlineNo later than three weeks prior to course commencement.
Cancellation deadlineShould you be prevented from participating in the course, you are welcome to hand over your ticket to a colleague.
You are free to cancel or move your course participation until 6 working days prior to course commencement. If you cancel later than 6 days prior to course commencement total pay for your course shall be charged.
Course LanguageThe course is held in the following languages:
Through metallurgy, it is possible to understand themes such as micro structure, mechanical and thermal processes as well as joining and coating processes.
Understanding this role and the structure of these properties is achieved through metallurgy where topics such as micro structure, mechanical and thermal processes as well as joining and coating processes are extremely technologically important.