Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Description: This course provides an in-depth understanding of how to verify hypotheses developed in RCA. Hands on presentations are made to teach attendees how to identify mechanical failure modes by reading fracture surfaces.
This course can be customized in its presentation by picking certain topics to emphasize while deleting others, or by focusing the class on teaching how to perform certain techniques versus gaining an appreciation for numerous techniques. Part of a principal analyst’s role is to be aware of technology available for verifying. They do not necessarily have to be an expert in the “how to” but rather they must know when to apply a certain technology and who can do it.
This is a two-day session which is recommended for lead investigators who will be expected to perform RCA in the field. Because of the nature of the content, it is recommended that attendees have an appreciation for the use of computers in engineering applications and an engineering background or equivalent experience.
Course Objective: To enhance the knowledge and experience of attendees in mechanical failure analysis verifications.
Terminal Objectives: The attendee will:
Enabling Objectives: The attendee will be able to:
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