Topics: Supplier assessment , Aluminum alloys , Wrought alloys , Metallurgy
There are a wide variety of wrought aluminum alloys, each developed to provide specific properties. Getting the strength you need in an aluminum alloy requires knowledge of the effects of alloy composition, cold-working, and heat treating on aluminum metallurgy and properties. A good understanding of how aluminum alloys behave and what can be done to modify their properties is critical for being more productive and profitable. The course takes about one hour to complete and consists of one module and a final exam. Also, quizzes and problems give you opportunities to apply the concepts taught.
By participating in this online course, you'll be able to:
This course was designed for design, manufacturing, and quality engineers who need to better understand the metallurgy of aluminum alloys in order to make design decisions, evaluate suppliers, and fix quality problems.
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Industrial Metallurgists, LLC provides materials engineering expertise and training to help you develop and manufacture products. Industrial Metallurgists, LLC believes that understanding the science and engineering of materials enables the design and manufacture of successful products that meet their performance, reliability, and cost requirements.
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