Atomisation for Metal Powders course scheduled for March 2020
August 27, 2019
Andrew Yule, Emeritus Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Manchester, UK, and John Dunkley, Chairman of Atomising Systems Ltd, Sheffield, UK, will hold the 13th edition of their popular Atomisation for Metal Powders course from March 5 – 6, 2020, at the Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK.
The intensive two-day course combines up-to-date practical information with theory and is expected to be of value to engineers working both in metal powder production and R&D. All current atomiser types will be covered for most metals, powder types and uses. In line with the interests of previous course participants, there will again feature expanding coverage of powder manufacture and properties for Additive Manufacturing.
The course will also cover key instrumentation, essential theory and computer modelling, and look in-depth at plant design, operation and economics across the entire process chain, from melting to cooling, drying, dewatering, sieving, conveying, feeding and more.
To date, Yule and Dunkley’s metal powder atomisation courses have been attended by approximately 400 registrants from sixteen countries. An early-bird discount is available to those who register for the 2020 course before October 30, 2019. A discount is also available for multiple bookings from the same company.