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Effects of Carbon Content on Steel 2: Rapid Cooling and Tempering

Effects of Carbon Content on Steel 2: Rapid Cooling and Tempering

Course Fee

£165 Sterling plus VAT (If applicable) per delegate

Payment is required 5 days before the start date

Group Discounts may be available upon request

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

Online delivery Via Zoom

M&C's CPD Certificate

Key Learning Objectives

During this course we will review sections of Carbon 1 course and we will expand your knowledge to include water quenching.

Course Content

The start of the course will have a quick review on thermal equilibrium diagrams, normalising and annealing. We will now expand on the "Effects of Carbon Content on Steel" and investigate the following topics:

  • Water quenching

  • Water quenching and tempering

  • Water quenching and over tempering

  • Mechanical properties and hardness

We will review the temperatures suitable for water quenching and the differing effects it has on steel.

Who is the Course For?

metallurgy technicians, metallurgist engineers, engineering designers, steel stockholders, heat treatment technicians


You must have a working knowledge of metallurgy

To undertake Effects on Carbon Content on Steel No. 2 course, you should undertake Carbon Content on Steel no. 1 first.


2 May 2024 at 12:00:00

Your Tutor

Richard S A Brown

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' workforce through specific learning programmes, 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.


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