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An Introduction to Metallurgy

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An Introduction to Metallurgy

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 21 lectures (3h 3m) | Size: 1.6 GB

A Starting Point for Manufacturing Professionals to Understand Metals and Their Properties

What you'll learn
What is Metallurgy
A Brief History of Metals
Physical Metallurgy
The Periodic Table
Material Test Reports
Mechanical Properties of Metals
What is Alloying
How Steel is Made
Some understanding of manufacturing
Some understanding of chemistry
Metallurgy is a major topic within material science that deals with the physical and chemical behavior of metallic elements and their mixtures known as alloys. And this science of metallurgy that was birthed before the Bronze Age now extends into every sector of consumer and industrial products and structures. From the International Space Station to automobiles and airplanes ... from iPads to sky-scrapers ... nearly every product imaginable rests upon a foundation of metallurgy.
As a result, all sorts of manufacturing professionals -- quality and process engineers, supply chain professionals, production managers and more -- can benefit from understanding the basics of metallurgy. But for most of these professionals, metallurgy feels unapproachable. Its scientific concepts and terminology sounds foreign and complex, and few professional metallurgist take the time to explain the concepts to the outside world.
That is why we created this course, "An Introduction to Metallurgy". In it, you will learn a wide range of the fundamental concepts of this critical science. But don't worry ... we step through every concepts to help your learning process. In this course, we will cover
What is Metallurgy
A Brief History of Metals
Physical Metallurgy
Mechanical Properties
How Steel is Made?
Crystal Structures
This class is designed for quality, manufacturing, engineering and supply chain professionals looking to expand their skill set into this important field of study. "An Introduction to Metallurgy" will give you a foundational understanding of these key ideas and prepare you for more advanced training.
While an advanced understanding of chemistry and engineering is required to become a professional metallurgist, only a basic understanding of manufacturing is required to get started in this class.
Sign up today to begin your journey into the field of metallurgy!!
Who this course is for
Quality Engineers, Quality Managers, Quality Technicians
Buyers, Estimators, Supply Chain Professionals
Industrial Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Process Engineers
Manufacturing Professionals


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