POWTF-DP Power Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-2126Power Engineering Design 2

Sequential to Power Engineering Design I, this course equips students with a extensive knowledge base in a variety of disciplines. Students will study the classification (ANSI and ASME), production, properties and applications of metallic/non-metallic materials, ferrous/non-ferrous metals and alloys, and learn about the structure, properties and applications of polymers, plastics, carbon fibres, ceramics and composites. They will perform material testing and corrosion analyses and examine the processes and applications of metallurgy and different advanced welding techniques, e.g., shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), submerged arc welding (SAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and describe the testing of welds and procedures. They will perform code calculations (using ASME code extracts and related tables) and explain the purpose and content application of legislation/codes, e.g., ASME sections I, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, CSA Standard B.51 and .52, National Board Inspection code. Leading from the first component of this course, the advanced section (working towards a 2nd class license) provides students with in-depth knowledge in advanced metallurgy and testing of materials, advanced welding techniques, advanced codes and calculations.
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