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Metallurgical Evaluation

With extensive experience of metallic components and systems that must perform under harsh environments, our metallurgical engineers provide critical insight into your materials problems.

We have thorough knowledge of casting, additive manufacturing, machining, welding, brazing, soldering, babbitt, and heat-treatment processes, as well as specialized expertise in superalloys, blade materials, stress-corrosion cracking, qualifying new alloys, failure analysis and performing characterizations to support nuclear commercial-grade dedication testing for safety-related applications.

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On Demand Webinars

  • Hydrogen - Diffusion, Permeability, Hydride Formation and Metallic Embrittlement - Part 2

    The growing use of hydrogen in the energy industry sets in motion a myriad of metallurgical issues and problems. The metallurgical community has long been dealing with problems associated with hydrogen interaction with metals; from containment in its liquid state at cryogenic temperatures to its burning as a fuel at high temperatures and everything in between. This is part two of a two-part webinar series that addresses some of the more complex metallurgical issues related to hydrogen..

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  • Hydrogen - Diffusion, Permeability, Hydride Formation and Metallic Embrittlement - Part 1

    The growing use of hydrogen in the energy industry sets in motion a myriad of metallurgical issues and problems. The metallurgical community has long been dealing with problems associated with hydrogen interaction with metals; from containment in its liquid state at cryogenic temperatures to its burning as a fuel at high temperatures and everything in between. This is part one of a two-part webinar series that addresses some of the more complex metallurgical issues related to hydrogen.

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  • Cleaning Issues with Additive Manufactured Devices

    While this general topic has been covered in various webinars in the past, here we isolate several key aspects of the problem. The unique porous coated surfaces of new additively manufactured (AM) medical implants have proven to be quite complex and are creating challenges with respect to effective cleaning.

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    Your Metal Component has Failed in Fatigue: What do you do next?
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