Original Press Release
Measuring Residual Stresses in Glass Products Focus of ASTM International Training Course
Press release date: August 4, 2009
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., August 4, 2009 - "Measuring Residual Stresses in Glass Products," a new Technical and Professional Training course sponsored by ASTM International, focuses on using non-destructive photoelastic methods of stress analysis in quality control processes to improve yield, productivity, and help prevent costly field failures.
This new course covers: principles of stress measurement in glass products; heat-treated glass applications; container and specialty glass applications; and verification, maintenance and calibration of equipment. Students will have the opportunity to get hands-on experience with testing samples they bring to the class. This course is intended for glass industry professionals, especially those in R&D and QC functions including: process engineers, QC technicians and supervisors, production personnel involved in product quality and R&D and manufacturing engineers.
The course will be offered on Sept. 29, 2009, at ASTM International Headquarters in West Conshohocken, Pa. The attendance fee is $495 and includes course notes, eight referenced ASTM standards, a course completion certificate, a continental breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks.
For registration and hotel information, contact Eileen Finn, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, Pa. (phone: 610-832-9686; email@example.com) or visit www.astm.org.
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