Aluminum Metallurgy 201: Live Online
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When and Where
11/2/2021 12:00 PM
11/4/2021 4:00 PM
The purpose of this course is to provide target audience participants with knowledge and skills regarding the nomenclature, terminology, principles, and techniques for the metallurgy of aluminum base casting alloys. This course makes clear the reasons why foundry personnel 'do what they do' in relation to aluminum casting metallurgy. This course examines aluminum structure and properties, the effects of alloying elements and the influence of melting operations on impurities; how to interpret (read) phase diagrams and recognize characteristics from microstructures; how grain refinement and modification work in foundry operations, how they are measured and the benefits of both; inclusion formation and filtration techniques; and much more.
12:00 PM- 4:00 PM CT each day on Zoom
Dave Palmer, P.E.
Modine Manufacturing Company
Dave Palmer has a B.S. in materials engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and an M.S. in materials engineering from UW-Milwaukee. He works as principal materials engineer for Modine Manufacturing Company. Palmer is an experienced teacher and has worked for both producers and end-users of metal castings.