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Solidification: Its Effect on Phase Formation and Metallography

Solidification: Its Effect on Phase Formation and Metallography

Course Fee

£165 Sterling plus 20% VAT 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 Hours

Via Zoom Conferencing Facility
Language - English

A certificate stating "You have successfully completed 2 Continuing Professional Development hours (CPD)" will be emailed to all attendees who have attended the entire sessions and completes our Web-Training Feedback form.

Key Learning Objectives

This 2-hour web-training course will be focussing on the solidification of metals, distinguishing the rate of cooling in metals and alloys and identifying what phase diagrams are and their importance in Metallography Investigations and how they are useful to metallurgists.

We will examine what the relationship is between solidification, phase diagrams and metallography and how this can help to troubleshoot quality problems.

Course Content

  • Examine why phase diagrams are useful

  • Determine the stages of solidification

  • Evaluate the formation changes of crystals

  • Differentiate the heating and cooling effects of metals and alloys

  • Analyse the grain structures of metals and alloys

Who is the Course For?

This course is suitable for those who work in the manufacturing engineering sector using casting/rolling and forging.

Metallurgical Technicians
Metal Cast Designers


To have knowledge of metallurgy


18 June 2024 at 14:00:00

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' workforce through 'Access and Bridging learning programmes, leading further education to higher qualifications within 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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