Practicals in materials testing

The course is a follow-up to the course Materials testing 1. Goals: Acquiring basic knowledge on matter-specific, physico-chemical properties necessary for the identification and determination of microstructural elements and components in metal and non-metal materials; Familiarising with the methods appropriate for practical work in analysing the structure and micro-chemical composition and getting used to independent work, being able to appropriately select the analytical method in terms of a particular target goal in the analysis and characterisation of materials; Knowing how to apply light microscopy methods as well as electron microscopy and microanalysis. Additionally, the student gets deep insight into some mechanical, technological and non-destructive testing methods that are used in the analysis of materials in laboratories and industrial practice. Testing methods include: tensile, compressive and torsion test, permanent static tests, hardness measurements, permanent dynamic test, impact indentation test, impact tensile test, determination of fracture toughness, machinability test, weldability test, ultrasound testing and eddy current testing.

Metallurgical technology (VS)





TeacherMilan Bizjak

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