Introduction to Fracture Analysis

Introduction to Fracture Analysis

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Date(s) - 01/12/2021
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The AFS Twin Cities Chapter and the MN Chapter of ASM International will host a virtual meeting on Tuesday, January 12th at 5:00 p.m. The focus of this presentation will be on “Introduction to Fracture Analysis,” evaluating macro- and microscopic features of fractured components to aid in determining the cause of failure. Characteristic fracture features for a variety of materials and loading conditions will be examined. Common analytical methods and techniques to facilitate this type of investigation will also be discussed.

About the Speaker…Neal graduated with a bachelors degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Iowa State University in 2011 and became a licensed professional materials engineer in 2016. He has been consulting on materials-related problems and conducting materials testing and forensic investigations with Materials Evaluation and Engineering, Inc. for 8+ years. He provides expertise for failure analyses–particularly those involving fracture characterization–for clients from a wide range of industries including manufacturers of medical devices, automotive equipment, and industrial machinery.

Register below by January 11th at 12:00pm. A link to sign on to the online meeting platform will be emailed to the registrants on Monday, January 11th.



Bookings are closed for this event.

Attendees Registered

  • Joy Clifford
  • same
  • Joel DeKock
  • Travis Bodick
  • Joe Kranz
  • Sandra Meyer
  • Daniel DeMiglio
  • clint