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Component Failure Analysis

Online

Description

This course focuses on the practical materials and processing knowledge necessary to perform failure analysis on these widely used component groups. The course materials and instruction will provide insight into the manufacturing of components, circumstances resulting in degradation, and diagnostic features for failure analysis and prevention. Half day component sections include shafts and bearings; mechanical fasteners; cast and wrought materials; welded, brazed and soldered joints; gears; boilers and heat exchangers; and pressure vessels.

Who Should Attend: Engineers and Technicians involved in the maintenance, failure analysis and failure prevention of components will benefit from the course.

Prerequisite Knowledge: General Knowledge of materials and some background in failure analysis principles would be helpful but not mandatory. ASM courses in principles of failure analysis would be good preparation for the detailed treatment of each of the component types covered, but are not mandatory.

  • Understand normal failure modes for the different types of components
  • Identify the fabrication factors and service characteristics that can lead to those failure modes
  • Participate in or help plan failure analysis investigations of these components
  • Interpret failure analysis conclusions in order to help identify preventative action

 

Course Outline

  • Failures of Shafts and Bearings
  • Failures of Mechanical Fasteners
  • Failures of Cast and Wrought Ferrous Materials
  • Failures of Welded, Brazed and Soldered Joints
  • Failures of Gears
  • Failures of Boilers and Heat Exchangers
  • Failures of Pressure Vessels


Main Info

Cost:

Members: $1550
Non Members: $1800

Location:

Online

Component Failure Analysis

Members: $1550
Non Members: $1800


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