Physical Metallurgy 2

An introduction to Physical Metallurgy. Metallurgy can be described as a branch of material science focused on metals
USD 99

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(70% Off Valid till October 31, 2014)

Course at a Glance

Mode of learning : Online - Self Paced

Domain / Subject : Mathematics & Science

Function : Teaching

Trainer name : Christo Hattingh

Difficulty : Medium

Physical Metallurgy 2

Physical Metallurgy 2 covers the basics of metallic structure formation. It handles alloy formation and the basic solidification of alloys through the exploitation of a basic phase diagram. It then jumps to the iron/ iron-carbide/ graphite system and lays the foundation of an understanding of the metallurgy, processing and application of ferrous alloys.

Physical Metallurgy 2 lays the foundation for study of further physical metallurgical subjects, such as casting processes, steels and other industrial alloys, application of alloys, heat treatment, etc.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 9 lectures and 50 mins of content!

  • To introduce you to the principles of metal alloys and physical metallurgy


Course eligibility

What is the target audience?

  • Persons working in metallurgical environments and want to pursue a career in physical metallurgy

  • Young persons who want to explore this field of physical science and our physical world

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Section 1: Solidification

  • Solidification

  • Nucleation and growth

  • Dendritic Solidification

  • Solid Solutions

  • Phase Diagrams

  • The Fe/Fe3C system introduction

  • Steel microstructures - carbon steels

  • The iron/carbon system eutectic - cast irons

  • Conclusion


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