Glass failure analysis - October

Glass failure analysis - October

Date 
15 October 2019 to 17 October 2019
Location 
Sheffield

Delivered by experts from Glass Technology Services Ltd, the three day ‘Glass failure analysis’ technical course includes an introduction to glass strength, understanding and interpreting fracture markings, recognising fracture patterns, identification of failure origins and an analytical approach to understanding the mode of failure, weakening features and primary and secondary causes of product failure. The course features extensive practical sessions, product reconstruction and analysis. 

Who is it for?

Aimed at anyone dealing with manufacture, quality control or complaints for glass products, packaging and facilities. Prime candidates include:

•    Glass technologists
•    QA/QC personnel
•    Customer complaints
•    Insurance assessors

What will be covered?

Theoretical and practical sessions across the three day will cover:

•    Introduction to glass strength
•    Fracture Markings
•    Breakage Origins
•    Breakage Patterns
•    Impact Failures
•    Internal Pressure Failures
•    Thermal Failures
•    Hydrodynamic Failures
•    Vertical Load Failures
•    Investigation exercises

When is it?

Tuesday 15 – Thursday 17 October 2019.
9.30am – 4.00pm daily – lunch provided

Where will it be held?

British Glass
9 Churchill Way,
ChapeltownSheffield, S35 2PY

Just off junction 35a/36 of the M1.

Free parking available.

What does it cost?

British Glass members – £1200
Non-members – £1450

(All prices are per person excluding VAT)

How can I book?

Please email training@britglass.co.uk to book your place.