Metallurgy



The multi-disciplinary certified and experienced personnel team of professionals at TCR Academy includes: metallurgical, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineers; materials scientists; chemists; physicists; NDT inspectors and computer scientists who have the qualifications, the education and the experience to meet rigorous standards in the testing field, whether serving the Private and Public Sector, Government or the Military.

A. Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory – Level I

This course covers the following topics:

Part I Mechanical fundamentals
• Introduction to mechanical metallurgy
• Stress and strain relationships of elastic behavior
• Elements of the theory of elasticity

Part II Metallurgical fundamentals
• Plastic deformation of single crystals
• Dislocation theory
• Strengthening mechanisms
• Fracture


B. Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory – Level II

This course covers the following topics:

Part III Applications to materials testing
• Tensile test
• Hardness test
• Bend test
• Academy Measurements
• Brittle fracture and impact testing
• Fatigue of materials
• Creep and stress rupture


C. Microstructure Characterization Training

Good understanding of microstructures is the hallmark of any metallurgist. Students taking this course from TCR Academy will get hands on experience in working with microscopes; replica's as well as we performing analysis on TCR's uniquely designed MiC 3.0 software.

The students will be able to:?
• Determine the micro structural degradation due to creep
• Calculate the graphitization
• Evaluate the depth or width of decarburization
• Determine the phase/volume percentage
• Calculate grain growth
• Inclusion Rating Determination
• Particle Size Measurement
• Volume Percentage Calculation
• Particle Count Measurement
• Porosity Evaluation
• Coating Thickness Measurement


D. Metallurgy for Plant Executives and NDT Inspectors

This dynamic three-day course for non metallurgists, including designers, engineers, technicians, sales engineers and purchasers, is designed to give your company a strong competitive edge in today's rapidly changing marketplace.

The course focus is on translating complex principles and procedures into easy to understand terms that will enable participants to gain a valuable working understanding of the fundamental principles of metallurgy as well as the basic structure, properties, heat treatment and processing of metals and alloys.


E. Metallurgy for Non-Metallurgists

• Introduction to Metals
• Structure of Metals
• Steels
• Heat Treatment of Metals
• Non-Ferrous Metals
• Casting Methods and Cast Irons
• Types of cast irons, microsturctural features and salient charactertics.
• Metal Forming
• Joining
• Performance during Service
• Mechanical Testing & NDT


FRACTURE MECHANISM

Course Highlights:
The course will cover topics such as Overview of Fracture Mechanics, Determination of material toughness parameters like KlC, JlC & CTOD, and Influence of environment on Fatigue Crack Growth Rate. Modes and Mechanism of Failures, Fitness for Service Assessment Structural Integrity and Failure Analysis, Role of Condition Monitoring and NDE in Failure Prevention and Asset Management.

Course Need:
Structural Failures of Pipelines, Bridges, Planes, Ships, Buildi ngs, Boilers and Pressure Vessels based on conventional design has led to desire for increased safety and reliability. The newer method of fracture and fatigue testing based on fracture mechanics approach has assumed great importance in industry for reliable performance of structural component in diverse aggressive environments.

Who Should Attend?
Materials technologist
• Production engineers for Metallurgical industries
• Automotive and aeronautic engineers
• Mechanical Engineers of middle management level
• Maintenance / Inspection Engineers
• Design and research engineers
• Plant Engi neers / Managers
• QA / QC Engineers
• Reliability Engineer
• Metallurgical / Materials Engineers
• HAZOP Engineers / Managers
• Other Technical, Laboratory, Sales Personnel, Engineer from other disciplines, management and administrative staff who need a working understanding of    metals and their applications.


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