This course is an intensive combination of classroom lectures and live laboratory demonstrations that address the thermal properties of refractories, both theoretically and experimentally. The individual sessions are titled in the accompanying outline of the daily topics. The lectures are taught on the undergraduate senior / graduate level. The fundamentals, along with application to refractories, are emphasized. The live laboratory demonstrations are designed to give the participants experience with common thermal property tests.
The primary objective of this course is to provide the participants with an in depth understanding of the thermal properties of refractories. The live laboratory demonstrations are designed to provide the participants with direct experience in fabricating test specimens and the application of standard ASTM test methods.
Who Should Attend?
Engineers and scientists who are involved in the manufacturing, research and development, or consumption of refractory materials will find this course beneficial. A high level technical or engineering background is essential to take this course, although technical professionals may find the subject matter informative and useful.
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