This course is intended to give a detailed description of a variety of industrial materials and their uses, and to explain the importance of major manufacturing processes and how non-destructive testing applies to the serviceability of manufactured products.
- Demonstrate the manufacturing steps that consists of converting some raw material, which may be in rough unrefined shape, into a usable product.
- Understand various material properties and product costs.
- Explain the interrelation between material properties, qualities, quantities, and processes.
- Explain various methods and components of joining processes. Discuss variables and metallurgical effects of welding, brazing, and adhesive bonding.
- Discuss and understand material imperfections and defects, in-addition to welding related discontinuities and dimensional effects due to heating and cooling that can cause stressing, warping, and deformation.
- Understand concepts of non-destructive testing and application as quality control evaluations to determine acceptability of materials and products.
- Explain the value of non-destructive testing and the vital role of the production of engineered materials to the safe and efficient operation for intended use.
This course is 8 classroom hours worth 0.8 ICC continuing education units.
This seminar will be held online using Zoom with students able to participate in the class from the comfort of their own homes. Each participant will need a free Zoom account registered in their own name, a microphone, and a webcam in order to receive credit for attending this class. A properly configured tablet or smartphone may be used in lieu of the microphone or webcam, please contact program staff for guidance.
Invitations for the Zoom event will be sent to the email addresses associated with your teapprenticeship.org accounts after registration closes on August 13th.
On the day of the course the Zoom meeting room will be open by 7:15 AM and students will be expected to be logged on no later than 7:45 AM. Late attendees will be unable to join the event.
The seminar will begin at 8:00 AM. There will be a break of 1-hour between 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM for lunch. The seminar will resume promptly at this time and is expected to end at 5:00 PM. Students will be expected to remain on camera at all times that the class is in session and to participate where called upon to do so. Students judged to be absentee by program staff may be removed without credit.
Instructor — Don Peterson has worked in testing & inspection since 2002 with a primary focus on nondestructive testing including ASNT Level III in UT, PT, and MT. He is currently employed as a corporate ASNT Level III for Testing Engineers.
Online registration for this seminar will close on Thursday, August 13th at 7:00 AM.
Bookings are closed for this event.