Course Title:
Materials Weldability - Aluminium Alloys
Course Details:
Certification/Awarding bodies:
Starting: 06 September 2017
Duration: 1.00 (days)
Location: United Kingdom
Venue: Cambridge

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Suitable for:

Engineering staff involved with the design, specification, fabrication, inspection and application of aluminium and its alloys.

Course Content:

Basic metallurgy and properties of aluminium and its alloys; influence of alloying elements; heat treatable and non-heat treatable alloys; weldability; joint design; metallurgical defects; joint strengths; filler metal composition and selection; applicable welding processes and techniques.


Course Objectives:
  • To understand the various grades of aluminium and its alloys
  • To appreciate the effect of alloy elements on properties and weldability
  • To identify weldable grades and appropriate filler metals
  • To appreciate practical implications of welding aluminium and its alloys.

Additional Information:

Book four one-day Materials Weldability courses as a combined training package and save £250 + VAT!