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Materials Engineering Training | Evaluate Various Industry-Grade Materials

Model Name: Materials Engineering 1 Learning System

Model Number: 96-MT1

Learning Topics

  • Material Quality Controlli>
  • Non-Destructive Testing
  • Tensile Strength Analysis
  • Tensile Testing
  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Transducers
  • Material Science Concepts
  • Alloy Design
  • Compression Testing and Analysis
  • Shear and Hardness Testing and Analysis
  • Design Evaluation

Material strength properties affect the performance and safety of almost every product made. As technology has advanced, material choices have broadened and become more complex. Engineers and technicians alike must be able to select the proper material for an application and analyze material properties when a product fails. That’s where Materials Engineering comes into play.

Amatrol’s Materials Engineering training system (96-MT1) uses industrial quality components to teach students how to evaluate and use different industry grade materials. The 96-MT1 allows students to conduct a wide array of tests including tensile testing on steel alloys. Students learn industry-relevant skills in materials testing (tensile, compression, hardness, and shear), computerized data acquisition, chemistry of metals, interpretation of industry-standard numeric identification systems of various types of metals (steel, aluminum, brass, and copper), material strength analysis, and product design.

Data Acquisition System Provides Hands-On Student Skills

Amatrol’s data acquisition system allows students to measure the stress and strain of many different materials through the use of sensors integrated with software. A signal conditioner unit interfaces with real-time data acquisition software using a graphical interface. Student investigation is enhanced through the ability to create custom formulas, configure channels, conduct time and event-driven sampling as well as display graphical results real-time.

Materials Engineering Training Features Wide Array of Industrial Material Testing

Students use the 96-MT1 to learn about non-destructive as well as destructive testing. Non-destructive topics include measuring, visual inspection, penetrants, magnetic-particles, ultrasonic and radiographic testing with hands-on skills in penetrants. Destructive tests covered include tensile, compression, shear, torsion, fatigue strength, toughness and hardness. Amatrol is unique in providing the ability for students to test a wide variety of industrial materials under conditions they will encounter in industry, including power tensile testing on steel alloys.

Multimedia Curriculum Available in Stunning Graphics

Amatrol’s unmatched multimedia utilizes text, audio, and stunning 3D animations that engage learners in both theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills. This thorough, exceptionally detailed curriculum is built to begin with the basics and steadily advance to more complex concepts and skills. Through partnerships with key industry leaders and leading edge educators, Amatrol developed the right balance of knowledge and applied skills needed to train learners to work in their chosen field.

Student Reference Guide

A sample copy of this course’s Student Reference Guide is included with the learning system. Sourced from the multimedia curriculum, the Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfect-bound book. If you would like to inquire about purchasing additional Student Reference Guides for your program, contact your local Amatrol Representative for more information.

Key Features

  • Understanding of realistic array of industrial materials such as steel, copper, aluminum, and brass
  • Visualization of material stress
  • Excellent preparation for study of engineering, manufacturing, industrial maintenance
  • Data analysis and problem solving
  • Industrial quality components and relevant skills

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