Students in this course will explore the basics of threaded fasteners, what purpose specific product design features address, the importance of proper material choices, and the function of platings and coatings. This course will introduce participants to basic fastener engineering principles and explain why tension is all-important in the bolted joint, the relationship between torque and tension, how screws can be used to form their own internal threads, and new technologies and practices being deployed by automotive manufacturers to achieve lighter weight products. This course will include a segment on joining technologies that enable automotive designers and manufacturers to succeed in their light weighting activities. Many of these technologies are relatively new and state-of-the art.
This is a basic course and will best be received by those wishing to gain a broad and basic understanding of the topic. It would be very appropriate for both engineers and non-engineers that are in a technical or semi-technical role, who either use, design-in, or provide others with guidance related to fasteners. It would be appropriate for individuals that are new to the industry, have recently moved to a role that requires basic knowledge of fasteners and fastener engineering, or have been in the industry for a while but have never received formal education on fasteners or wish to improve their knowledge of fasteners. This course is NOT for the engineer or designer expecting an in-depth education on designing or understanding the engineering parameters of a bolted joint. While having some limited experience with fasteners and industry terminology will be helpful to the participant, it should not be a prerequisite or deterring factor that would prevent an individual from taking this course. However, if an individual has no knowledge of fasteners or fastener related terminology and struggles understanding basic mechanical concepts, there may be sections of this course that they find difficult to follow or understand.
This is a basic course well-suited for individuals just beginning to work in the area of threaded fasteners so no educational prerequisites are necessary. However, individuals with some prior experience with threaded fasteners and knowledge of fastener terminology will find this course easier.
Registration for the web seminar (live, online) is available on a per-person basis, similar to purchasing a seat in a classroom. The fee includes one connection to WebEx training center, using a PC with internet access and VoIP or a telephone,* and access to a secure course in the SAE Learning Center for presentations, supplemental materials, assignments, and learning assessment. To enjoy a more personalized experience, use of a webcam is encouraged.
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SAE Members: $1274.00 - $1274.00
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
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