Course – 90 days
Approximately 6 hours
Sample Metal Corrosion Screenshot
Corrosion is the most common form of metal degradation leading to product failure. Understanding how corrosion occurs and how to prevent it from occurring is critical to designing products that function as required over their entire life.
You should take this course if you make design decisions involving metal corrosion or need to be able to identify specific corrosion mechanisms when corrosion occurs.
Approximately 6 hours of instruction divided into 10 easily manageable modules.
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Participants can access the course 24/7 from any computer with an internet connection.
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Audio narration, animated graphics and video footage make even the most complex topics engaging and easy-to-understand.
Interactive elements, practice problems, and quizzes facilitate the mastery of concepts and measure content retention.
Course content was authored by Michael Pfeifer, Ph.D., P.E and was produced by Welding Metallurgist LLC.
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Module 1 – Introduction
Module 2 – Corrosion Rate
Module 3 – Uniform Corrosion
Module 4 – Galvanic Corrosion
Module 5 – Crevice Corrosion
Module 6 – Pitting
Module 7 – Intergranular Corrosion
Module 8 – Stress Corrosion Cracking
Module 9 – Dealloying
Module 10 – Course Review
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What are the requirements to pass this course?
• Complete all course modules.
• Achieve at least 70% correct on the course exam.
• Complete the course within 3 months of the course registration date.