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This course gives insights into the metallurgy of welding and additively manufactured deposits of different metal alloys widely used in the industry. The influence of the thermal cycles involved in the welding and additive manufacturing processes on the microstructure and properties of metal alloys is studied. In addition, the course covers several aspects connected to welding metallurgy: quality, residual stresses, fatigue, and some initiation to computational thermodynamics to predict microstructure. It is expected that the students combine the previous knowledge acquired in the courses: Advanced Materials Science, Welding Processes and Additive Manufacturing processes with the contents of this course. This course is designed and developed in cooperation with industries, therefore, industrial guest lecturers and study visits complement this course. The previous knowledge of the students on materials science is essential.

FACTS


CYCLE

Second cycle

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

General entry requirements and approved result from the following course/courses:
ADT610-Additive Manufacturing Processes and
AMT601-Advanced Materials Science or the equivalent.

PACE OF STUDY

Part-time

TYPE OF INSTRUCTION

On Campus

PROGRAMME/COURSE DATE


SPRING 2024

SPRING 2024

TEACHING HOURS

Daytime

APPLICATION DEADLINE

16 October 2023

APPLICATION CODE

HV-E1767

START/END

From v.13 2024 to v.22 2024

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