Atomising Systems Ltd (Sheffield) and Perdac (now part of CPFResearch Ltd) plan to run an intensive two-day advanced course on manufacturing metal powders by atomization.

The course takes place from 25–26 February 2016 in Manchester, UK.

This is the 12th course that Andrew Yule (Emeritus Professor Manchester University) and John Dunkley (Chairman of ASL Sheffield) have organized on the atomization of metals.

The course covers

  • All current atomizer types together with a wide range of metals and powder types and uses
  • Key instrumentation, essential theory and computer modelling
  • Plant design, operation and economics.

‘The course is unique and combines up-to-date practical information with theory and is of great value to engineers in both metal powder production and R&D,’ a press release said. Previous courses have been attended by more than 250 registrants, covering 15 countries and five continents.

This story is reprinted from material from CPFResearch Ltd with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.