POWTF-DP Power Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-1102Metallurgy, Codes & Regulations

A comprehensive knowledge of metallurgy is mandatory for a power engineer. In this introductory course students will study the basic principles of metallurgy, including crystal structures, solidification of metals, alloys and alloying agents, and heat treatment techniques for steel. Students will also perform destructive and non-destructive testing, in addition to studying codes and Provincial acts and regulations with respect to boilers and pressure vessels.
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