Carbon & Alloy Steel Metallurgy - Face to Face Course
Delivered in collaboration with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), this course provides an understanding of the metallurgy & processing of Carbon & Alloy Steels. The course focuses on basic metallurgical principles, primary & secondary steel making processes, how steels are specified & evaluated and matching grades to applications.
Is this course for you?
- Can you explain the fundamental principles of stainless steel metallurgy?
- Do you know how steel is made?
- Do you know how steel mechanical properties are determined?
- Can you match steel grades with a variety of engining applications?
If you’ve answered ‘no’ to any of these, then this course is for you.
Target Audience: Personnel in technical and engineering positions who require a full and detailed understanding of steel metallurgy. New or experienced personnel in technical and engineering occupations, who would benefit from an understanding of steel processing, products & properties. Attendees could be production or process engineers, quality and inspection personnel and could be at supervisory, managerial or professional engineering level.
Upon completion of this course, you will:
- Appreciate the fundamental principles of steel metallurgy.
- Describe how steel is made and processed.
- Explain how steel grades are specified and matched with a range of applications.
Forthcoming available dates:
- 18th September