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Effects of Carbon Content on Steel 1: TED, Normalising and Annealing

Effects of Carbon Content on Steel 1: TED, Normalising and Annealing

Course Fee

£165 plus 20% VAT (if applicable) Sterling per delegate.

Payment is required 4 days before the start of the course.

Group discounts may be available - enquire at the time of booking

Cancellation Terms

up to 4 days before the event - 25% refund

3 days before and on the day of the event - no refund

Course Duration

Course Delivery

Course Certificate

2 hrs

On-line via Zoom

M&C's CPD Certificate of Attendence

Key Learning Objectives

During the course we will investigate the changes in microstructure with increasing carbon content along with the interpretation of the changes via heat treatment. We will also look at the importance of micro segregation of carbon and non-metallic inclusions and the role of thermal equilibrium diagrams.

Course Content

You will understand the process of the effects of normalising and annealing and what effect this has on metal.

The topics we will be covering:

  • The Role of Thermal Equilibrium Diagram

  • Hot Rolled Iron Bar

  • Normalized Carbon Steel

  • Hot Rolled Carbon Steel

  • Carbon Steel, rolled bar, heated and furnace cooled

There will be an in-depth review on macro and micro samples showing the effects of different temperatures and techniques and how it effects the carbon.

The course will examine carbon effects on steel, with no carbon inclusions and with 0.35 carbon in steel, and review the key difference between normalising and annealing.

Who is the Course For?

Suitable for Metallurgy Technicians, Metallurgists, Engineers, Designers, Steel Stockholders, heat treatment technicians


You must have a working knowledge of Metallurgy


20 June 2024 at 12:00:00

Your Tutor

Richard SA Brown BEd, CertEd, MIMMM, Fellow ICME

Richard is the Managing Director and Principal Academic of M&C Educational Training Services Ltd., which is an organisation providing opportunities for the Manufacturing Engineering Industries with specific courses for the Metallurgy and Casting Sector.

Richard is an innovative, experienced and versatile Metallurgist who gained his experience and practical knowledge within the industry sector working in various areas: quality, process control, and working with production departments. In his management roles he has been involved in liaising with production, inspection and quality control with the responsibility for production costs together with staff management of metallurgical technicians and metallurgists in the research and commercial environment.

Your Co-Tutor

Mario Galindo-Bulnes BEng, BA

Mario will co-host some of these training sessions.

Mario has 25 years' experience as an Industrial Engineer and over 10 years as a Metallurgist. His roles have covered quality technician, process engineer, quality assurance and control manager, process consultant, operations manager and operations director.

The roles involved several manufacturing and metallurgy processes such as casting, polymers, ceramics, forgings, machining and heat treatment for automotive, end customer, energy and aerospace companies.

In addition, he has provided consultant and training services to universities, energy generation and recycling companies.


When you click 'Register' you will be taken to the Registration Form. Please complete the required details and submit. We will then forward you an invoice to your company and payment is required at 5 days before the day of the event.

Once payment is received you will receive a Zoom Conference invite to the web-training.


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