Fall Courses 2013

Course #1

Practical Oilfield Metallurgy and Corrosion

9/26/13 to 11/14/13

Thursday Nights 7PM – 9PM

at Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

Date Subjects
9/26 Introduction / Basic Metallurgy
10/3 Oilfield Materials
10/10 Metallurgy in Drilling
10/17 Metallurgy in Production and Facilities
10/24 Metallurgy in Enhanced Oil Recovery and Offshore/Subsea Operations
10/31 Corrosion in the Oilfield
11/7 Metallurgical Processes
11/14 Failure Analysis
  • $550 Members
  • $675 for Non-Members
  • $225 for Students

Who Should Enroll: Engineers, managers and technicians responsible for materials selection and failure analysis in the petroleum industry.  This is an ideal first course for anyone who needs a working understanding of how metallurgy is specifically applied to the area of petroleum production.  The presentation of the principles and commonly used references for day to day decision-making may be useful to practicing metallurgists and materials engineers.

Course #2

Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist

9/25/13 to 11/13/13

Wednesday Nights 7PM – 9PM

at Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

Date Subjects
9/25 Metals – A History
10/2 Extractive Metallurgy Solidification of Metals
10/9 Metal FormingMechanical Properties and Their Measurements
10/16 Steels and Cast Irons: Applications and MetallurgyHeat Treatment of Steel
10/23 Case Hardening of SteelStrengthening Mechanism
10/30 Nonferrous MetalsJoining
11/6 Corrosion and Corrosion PreventionQuality Control and Failure Analysis
11/13 Materials Characterization and the Selection Process
  • $550 Members
  • $675 for Non-Members
  • $225 for Students

Who Should Enroll: Metal processing personnel, machine shop superintendents, QA managers, heat treating operators and managers, component designers, technicians, marketing writers and individuals without a materials background wishing to better understand the role of materials science. This course provides understandings of what metals are, how they behave, and why they behave differently than non-metallic materials.  This course will show how metals are processed to yield desired properties.

Location in Northwest Houston (near 290 and Eldridge)

Stress Engineering Services, Inc. Conference Center, Building #2,

13610 Westland East Blvd, Houston, TX 77449

Map to Stress Engineering

Course Fees:

  • $225.00 – Student
  • $550.00 – ASM Members and Chapter Sustaining Member’s Employees
  • $675.00 – Non-Members
  • Both prices include course materials.

If you are registering multiple students for different courses, you must submit registration for them separately.

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Registration can be made by submitting the online registration form paying online or by registering online and sending a copy of the e-mail confirmation along with a check, P.O. or money order to the address below. Make checks payable to ASM International Houston Chapter.

Mail to:

Leo Vega (281) 955-2900

Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

13800 Westfair East Drive

Houston, TX 77041

Leo.Vega@stress.com

Tax deduction applies for all expenses of continuing education (including registration fee, travel, meals and lodging) undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills. (Tres. Reg. 1-167-5)

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