NIT Silchar to Host a Course on ‘Surface Engineering’

HTCampus Expert updated on : 30 Aug 2016
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A course on ‘Surface Engineering’ is scheduled from September 13 to 17 at NIT SIlchar

National Institute of Technology, Silchar will host a course under the aegis of GIAN: Global Initiative of Academic Networks on ‘Surface Engineering’.
 
The course is scheduled from September 13 to 17, 2016 at Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Silchar.
 
The course is open to undergraduate students, post graduate students, design engineers, materials engineers, chemical engineers, R&D personnel, process engineers, mechanical or manufacturing engineers, product managers and others who want to learn the fundamentals of surface engineering will all benefit substantially from the 35 years of expertise of the instructor.
 
 
Course Fee:
 
  • Participants from abroad: US $500
  • Industry/ Research Organizations: INR 10,000
  • Academic Institutions (Faculty): INR 5,000
  • Academic Institutions (Students) : INR 1,000
How Does the Course Benefits the Students?
 
  • Understand the basics of wear, corrosion and oxidation
  • Learn how to use analytical techniques to investigate problems including modelling
  • Review the major processes used in industry for reducing wear, corrosion and oxidation
  • Better understand the limitations of “standard” materials and how they can be improved with surface engineering
  • Make objective comparisons between processes, free of commercialism
  • Learn to identify the surface treatment best suited to a particular application
  • Learn whether to change materials for a component or apply a surface treatment
  • Learn how to evaluate the cost effectiveness of various surface treatment technologies
  • Understand the capabilities of recent processes such as jet vapor deposition, diamond like carbon, plasma-based ion implantation, cold spraying and super hydrophobic/omniphobic coatings
  • Discover how to improve manufacturing productivity and product quality
 
 
Source: Ghufran Alam Siddiqui, HTCampus Specialist 
 
 
 
 
 

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