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Metallurgy II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals

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Metallurgy II:  Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals
Metallurgy II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals
Study of metals and properties of metals for ferrous metals and non ferrous metals in a distant learning training course at Industrial Training School as a correspondence course. This course is intended to be taken after the Steelmaking correspondence course. More details...
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Study of "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals"

The study of metals and properties of metals for ferrous metals and non ferrous metals in a distant learning training course at Industrial Training School as a correspondence course.

Industrial Training School offers Study of "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" as a certificate course. This training course titled "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" is more intense and in-depth than Steel Making Process and Metals: Training Course Certificate which is intended to be taken before this course.

This training course "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" is offered to students that have some experience or have some background in metals. So, who would benefits by taking "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" are Laboratory Technicians or Lab Techs, Metal Fabricators, Quality Assurance Inspectors, Boiler Inspectors, Aboveground Storage Tank Inspectors or Engineers, or those that have jobs in:

Foundries or Foundry
Manufacturing Plant
Welder or Welding
Inspectors
Designers or Designing
Boiler Makers
Machinists

The Study of "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" discusses not only common practices of making steel including ferrous metals and non ferrous metals, but discusses mechanical and physical properties of metals in detail as well welding metals and how nondestructive testing is done, NDT. Study of Metals and Properties of Metals for Ferrous Metals and Non Ferrous Metals also explains how steel corrodes and how to prevent corrosion of metals.

Study of "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" is a distant learning training certificate course in the format of a correspondence course by mail. The training course comes with a text book. The internet is not needed and nor is a computer. Lessons and their quizzes are mailed and all quizzes and the final are open book.

The Study of "Metallurgy-II: Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metals" course outline and topics are as follows:

Overview of Metallurgy:

What is Metallurgy
What are Metals
Overview of Metals and Materials
How are Metals Identified or How to Identify Metals

Atoms and the Make Up of Metals:

Why Do I Need To Know About Atomic Structure of Metals
What is Important About Metal Crystal Structure and Grains of Metals
What is Grain Structure

The Mixing of Metals with Elements of the Periodic Table:

Can all Elements be Mixed In with a Metal
What is a Metal Phase Diagram and What Does It Mean to Me
What are the Types of Metal Phase Diagrams

Physical Properties of Metals:

What are the Properties in Metals that you Need to Know
Is Physical Properties of Metals Include Mechanical Testing of Metals
What is Mechanical Testing and How are Tests Done on Metals
What is the Difference Between Static Testing of Metals and Dynamic Testing of Metals
What is Hardness Testing of Metals and How is Hardness Testing Done
What Kind of Equipment Do I Used to Test Metals

How To Examine Metals:

Is Just looking at the Metal Sufficient and Why:

What Type of Microscopes are Used to Examine a Metal
What is the Difference Between Macroscopic and Microscopic
What is a Macroscopic Examination and What Can You Learn From a Macroscopic Examination
What is a Microscopic Examination and How Microscopic is it
Why is Fractography Important in Examining Metals
Describe How You Would Use Fractography
I Heard a lot about Failure Analysis, so What Is Failure Analysis
How is Quantitative Done and What is Important to Know...
Damaged Metals

How are Damaged Metals Classified:

What is Important About Classifying Damaged Metals and What Properties in Metals are Effected
What is Meant by Plastic Deformation of a Metal and an How Does It Effect Properties of Metals
How Does Heat Damage Metals and are there Temperatures that Damage Metals
Why Does Heat Treatment Not Damage Metals

Heat Treating of Metals to Condition Metals for Service:

What is Heat Treatment of Metals and How Does Heat Treating Effect Properties of Metal
Why is a Cooling Rate So Important and Explain
Case Hardening of Metal
Annealing and Why is it Different from Post Weld Heat Treatment PWHT
What is Austenitizing and I Understand Quenching but Not Sure
How is Tempering Different from Other Forms of Heat Treating of Metals

Ferrous Metals:

What is Ferrous Metals and What are Ferrous Metals
What are Carbon Steels and How Are Carbon Steels Categorized
What is Low Carbon Steel verses Medium Carbon Steel and High Carbon Steel
What is Tool Steel

Iron and Steel:

What is Iron and How is Iron Made
What is Cast Iron and How is Cast Iron Categorized
What are the properties of Cast Iron and What is in Cast Iron
What is Steel and How is Steel Made from Iron
Describe the Process of Making Iron
Describe the Steel Making Process of Making Steel

Ferritic Stainless Steel:

Why is Some Stainless Steels Magnetic
What is Ferrous Stainless Steel or Ferrtic Stainless Steel
What are the Properties of Stainless Steel

Non Ferrous Metals:

What are Non Ferrous Metals and What are Non Ferrous Metal Properties

Stainless Steels:

How Do You Identify Stainless Steels
How is Stainless Steel Made and What are the Properties of Stainless Steel
Why is Stainless Steel Important

Copper:

How is Copper Made and what are the Properties of Copper
Why is Copper Important Including its Sister Alloys
How Do You Identify Copper and the Other Forms of Copper

Nickel:

How Do You Identify Metals that Use Nickel
How is Nickel Used to Make Steel and What are the Properties of Nickel Steel
Why is Nickel Important

Aluminum:

Why is Aluminum Important
How Do You Identify Aluminum
How is Aluminum Made and What are the Properties of Aluminum

Magnesium, Titanium, Lead, Zinc, and Tin:

How is are These Used to Make Steel and What are their Properties in Making Steels

Casting, Powder and Welding:

What is a Metal Casting and How Is a Metal Casted
What Should I Look For in a Metal Casting
What is Powder Coated and Powder Metallurgy
What are Typical Metal Forming Methods That I Would Find
What is Welding and What are the Typical Welding Methods
What King of Documentation Should I Expect When Welding
What is Meant By Welding Metallurgy
When Should Welds be Repaired
When Welding What is the Difference Between Hard Facing and Surface Treatment

Nondestructive Testing or NDT / NDE:

What is NDT
What are the Common NDT Methods
What NDT Test Should I Use to Test Metal
What is a Level 3 , Level 2 and Level 1 NDT Technician and How Does ASNT Apply

Corrosion:

What is Corrosion and How Does Metal Corrode
What are the Common Forms of Corrosion
What is the Differences Between Pitting, Crevice, and Uniform Corrosion
How Do I Prevent Corrosion

ID Metals in the Field and Ordering and Receiving Materials:

Sorting Metals in the Field
How To Label Metals
What Metal Standards Should I Follow
How Should I Order Metals and What Should I Ask For


The Study of Metals and Properties of Metals for Ferrous Metals and Non Ferrous Metals training course is intended for everyone including non - metallurgist or non-engineers as well as engineers. As a correspondence course by mail the Study of Metals and Properties of Metals for Ferrous Metals and Non Ferrous Metals is for beginners who have some experience and who have a background in working with steel and metals.


Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.

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Math Level- Low
Average Hours of Completion-200 Hours
Course Degree of Difficulty -4 Stars
Tools Required: None
You have one-year to complete the course.
You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee. This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule. 1 Star - Easiest to 5 Stars Most Difficult
Course is Equivalent to 10 CEH (Continuing Educational Contact Hours) and Can Be Applied to National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers Accredited Contact Hours Requirements.




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