WA Branch Meeting
Panel Discussion - The Do’s and Don’ts of Nickel Alloys
When: Monday 10 September 2018
Time: Finger food and drinks starts at 6.00pm, presentation at 6.30pm
Where: North Metropolitan TAFE, 140 Royal St (cnr Fielder St), East Perth. Block B, Level 2, Room B202 (NE end).
Cost: MA Members with Food/Drink $20, Non-Members with Food/Drink $25, Presentation Only FREE
RSVP: Noon, Friday 7 September 2018
Booking: Book Here
Nickel Alloys are widely used in industry, both for structural and pressure containing applications. Whilst they have proven to be of significant benefit and have provided superior performance when compared to other materials in special applications, like any materials, they can also be vulnerable to failure if their unique properties and performance are not subjected to careful consideration during the material selection, fabrication and installation phases.
About the Panel Discussion
This meeting format is designed to provide knowledge from a panel of experts whilst also welcoming contributions of experience, insights and questions from the audience.
Many of our members and members of associated societies (all welcome at this meeting) work regularly with the numerous grades of nickel alloys and other exotic materials, whether it be in design and engineering of equipment and processing systems, welding and installation or monitoring of their performance in asset reliability assessments.
This evening promises to be an interesting and stimulating opportunity for attendees to learn from the experts; bring and share knowledge and experiences; and to develop beneficial networks within their industry.
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