ASME Oregon Section: Principles of Failure Analysis
February 23 6:00PM - February 23 8:00PM, 2021
23 February 6:00 - 23 February 8:00, 2021
Learn about techniques that can identify direction of loading, discriminate between dynamic, static, and impact loading, or determine the role or corrosion, wear, and temperature on susceptibility to failure. Discover how the study of this field can cut through the speculation, identify the causes of fracture, distortion, corrosion, wear, and contamination and how to use this information to improve designs, increase reliability, enhance safety, and make products stronger, tougher, more corrosion resistant and more reliable. Mark Lisin with his team of engineers and technicians use optical and electron microscopy, chemical analysis, mechanical testing, non-destructive inspection and other techniques to solve problems with corrosion, fracture, wear and contamination. He is a registered PE with the State of Oregon, and has degrees in Metallurgical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University and the Colorado School of Mines.
Venue & Location
Virtual event / Time zone: PST
ASME Oregon Section - Portland, OR, USA
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