This three day course details the scientific background associated with the destructive and non-destructive testing techniques currently deployed for metal, ceramic, polymer and composite assemblies, in a variety of market sectors.
The course is aimed at people who wish to gain an understanding of the key role that testing plays in ensuring that the combination of material and joining process is sufficiently robust in a range of market sectors. Typical candidates include both technical personnel and engineers.
To provide a good understanding of the interrelationship between material properties and joining methodologies, and the test methodologies that have been developed to ensure that fabricated assemblies are ‘fit for purpose’ in a broad range of market sectors.
An essential understanding of the range of key joining processes that are widely deployed for metal, ceramic, polymer and composite structures. Course delegates will be able to select the most suitable joining technique for a variety of materials, and determine the appropriate test methodology to relate the results obtained to in-service requirements.
2 hour written exam.
3 days plus assessment.
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