Physical Metallurgy I

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This “Physical Metallurgy I: Learn Physical Metallurgy Principles” course introduces you to basic chemistry and metallurgy. This is the basis for further studies in chemical and metallurgical engineering, physical metallurgy and heat treatment. Iron and steel-making, foundry technology, refractories. See www.simulasie.co.za and link training.

The basics of the atom, elements and the periodic table, chemical reactions are explored. This leads them to crystal structures and phase transformations. Alloying. Solid solutions. Full solubility, and limited solubility. Intermediate compounds. Introduction to phase diagrams.

You should take about 2 to 3 hours to complete the course online, and it is …

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This “Physical Metallurgy I: Learn Physical Metallurgy Principles” course introduces you to basic chemistry and metallurgy. This is the basis for further studies in chemical and metallurgical engineering, physical metallurgy and heat treatment. Iron and steel-making, foundry technology, refractories. See www.simulasie.co.za and link training.

The basics of the atom, elements and the periodic table, chemical reactions are explored. This leads them to crystal structures and phase transformations. Alloying. Solid solutions. Full solubility, and limited solubility. Intermediate compounds. Introduction to phase diagrams.

You should take about 2 to 3 hours to complete the course online, and it is recommended that you do some self-study for another 10 hours. Should you need references contact us on www.simulasie.co.za.

The Physical Metallurgy course leads you by video and slide combination from the basics of the atom through a logical sequence to metallic alloying. This course has been developed by us over a number of years offering it to industry in South Africa.

This Physical Metallurgy: Physical Metallurgy Principles course is very interesting by exploring the secrets of atoms to solutions and reactions, phase transformations and metallic compounds. You will find this satisfying from the perspective of knowledge you gain. It can also lead to exploring this field as to decide if you want to make chemistry or metallurgy a career.

Further courses follow this one to help you in your work environment to understand the processes you work with. See www.simulasie.co.za link to the training.

Take this Physical Metallurgy I course now and learn physical metallurgy principles.

I wish you a satisfying period of exploration and study.

Category: Math and Science
  • Over 13 lectures and 2 hours of content!
  • By the end of this course you will be able to do the further industry courses we offer, such as engineering metallurgy, heat treatment, foundry, steel-making, refractories
  • In this course you will learn about atoms, elements, the periodic table, reactions, states of matter, crystal structures, transformations, alloying and phase diagrams.

A basic understanding of school chemistry and physics will assist you to do this course. If you work in a chemical or metals or materials environment this course will help you to understand your work better. You may be a student that intend to study further in chemistry, materials or metallurgy. This course will help you to know what it is about. This may help to further your career.

You need to have an inclination towards science, technology and engineering. A school knowledge of chemistry, physics and mathematics will help, but is not essential. If your knowledge is limited at this stage, do some reading and explore the internet, for example youtube.

BSc Ing Met Hons (PRET) 5 year engineering degree in metallurgical engineering with 1 year post graduate. ECSA registered. SAIMM member.

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