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At Matcor, a CETIM Company, we aim not only to provide excellent services but also to impart our knowledge to parties in the relevant industries. Through a wide range of courses, participants will acquire both theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on experience with real-life case studies to ensure a deeper understanding of the particular course attended.

With trainers, having had valuable industry experience, course participants can be assured that they are being taught by leading experts in the respective fields.

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FAILURE ANALYSIS

INDUSTRY 4.0

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

MATERIAL DESIGN

MTS 06

Gears: Definition, Manufacturing, Control and Implementation

Discover the key elements needed to achieve quality gears and be more efficient in your discussions with experts

Schedule 2019: 4 Sep – 5 Sep

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MTS 01

Corrosion Engineering Course

This 2-day interactive training provides general concepts of recognizing corrosion problems, establishing causes of corrosion and selection of corrosion control methods.

Schedule 2019: 3 Oct –  4 Oct

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MTS 04

Failures of Shafts, Gears and Bearings

Understand the causes of failures of power transmission components

Schedule 2019: 13 Nov – 15 Nov

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MTS 02/03

Failure and Damage Mechanisms of Pressurized Equipment in General Industries (with Reference to API 571) Part I (2-day)

Deeper understanding of the failure and damage mechanisms through case studies, comprehensive presentation of metallurgical and scientific evidence with explanation of the fundamentals behind the respective mechanisms.

Schedule 2019:
MTS 02: 27 Nov-28 Nov
MTS 03: 29 Nov

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MTS 05

Gears Failure and Tribology of Gears

Understand gear failures and tribology of gears to avoid disruptions to operations.

Schedule 2019: TBA

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Composite Materials

In-depth Knowledge Transfer of Composite Materials from Manufacturing, Remaining Life Assessment to Failure Analysis

Schedule 2019: 29 Oct – 31 Oct

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FA 11

Additive Manufacturing: How to Integrate it Into Your Production

Know when to subcontract or purchase your own equipment, assess the economic and organizational impact and run your project to incorporate additive manufacturing process into your production process.

Schedule 2019: 19 Nov – 20 Nov

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ROB 01

Robotizing Effectively – The Keys to a Structured Approach

This training course is essential to build a robotic project tailored to your business’ needs. It will lead to the identification of decision making elements to launch or evaluate a robotic project, and thus to a structured approach to success.

Schedule 2019: 8 Oct – 9 Oct

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FA 88-1

Control

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019: 15 Oct – 18 Oct

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FA 88-2

Post-Processing

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019: 12 Nov – 15 Nov

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FA 88-3

Qualification

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019:  17 Dec – 19 Dec

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FA 89

Part 2 – Additive Manufacturing
Consultancy Services: Leading to Qualifications & Production

We help companies involved in development projects in Additive Manufacturing:
In the choice of the best additive manufacturing process
In the development of the production and it’s qualification
On the justification of compliance with the standards or regulations

Schedule 2019: TBA

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FA 11

Additive Manufacturing: How to Integrate it Into Your Production

Know when to subcontract or purchase your own equipment, assess the economic and organizational impact and run your project to incorporate additive manufacturing process into your production process.

Schedule 2019: 19 Nov – 20 Nov

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ROB 01

Robotizing Effectively – The Keys to a Structured Approach

This training course is essential to build a robotic project tailored to your business’ needs. It will lead to the identification of decision making elements to launch or evaluate a robotic project, and thus to a structured approach to success.

Schedule 2019: 8 Oct – 9 Oct

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S18

MACHINING USING 5-AXIS MULTI-FUNCTION MACHINES

The latest 5-axis multifunction machines increase your competitiveness. Give your technicians the knowledge they need to make full use of these technologies and produce parts by adopting suitable strategies for this new equipment.

Schedule 2019: TBA

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M 12

TRIBOLOGY FRICTION, WEAR AND LUBRICATION OF MECHANICAL PARTS

Master the concepts of tribology to optimize the design and maintenance of your mechanical parts that are subjected to friction and wear.

Schedule 2019: 11 Dec – 12 Dec

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FA 88-1

Control

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019: 15 Oct – 18 Oct

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FA 88-2

Post-Processing

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019:  12 Nov - 15 Nov

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FA 88-3

Qualification

Successfully Integrate Additive Manufacturing into your Operations.

Schedule 2019:  17 Dec - 19 Dec

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FA 89

Part 2 – Additive Manufacturing
Consultancy Services: Leading to Qualifications & Production

We help companies involved in development projects in Additive Manufacturing:
In the choice of the best additive manufacturing process
In the development of the production and it’s qualification
On the justification of compliance with the standards or regulations

Schedule 2019: TBA

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CL 01

CRANE DESIGN IN ACCORDANCE WITH EN 13001 SERIES OF STANDARD

Master the scientific basis and the essential rules of crane design, in accordance with EN 13001 series of standards (with equivalent ISO standards)

Schedule 2019: 4 Nov – 6 Nov

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MTS 06

GEARS: DEFINITION, MANUFACTURING, CONTROL AND IMPLEMENTATION

Discover the key elements needed to achieve quality gears and be more efficient in your discussions with experts

Schedule 2019: 4 Sep – 5 Sep

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M 04

REFERENCES AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR METAL MATERIALSION

Specify and reference your steels, stainless steels, cast iron, aluminium and coppers in accordance with the applicable standards. Avoid quality shortcomings and litigation with clients, suppliers, subcontractors and project owners.

Schedule 2019: TBA

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M 12

TRIBOLOGY FRICTION, WEAR AND LUBRICATION OF MECHANICAL PARTS

Master the concepts of tribology to optimize the design and maintenance of your mechanical parts that are subjected to friction and wear.

Schedule 2019: 11 Dec – 12 Dec

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RDM 02

MATERIAL RESISTANCE AND SIZING LEVEL 2

Use the advanced notions of RDM to check the resistance of structures to buckling and fatigue phenomena

Schedule 2019: 10 Sep – 12 Sep

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EF 01

STRUCTURE ANALYSIS INITIATION WITH FINITE ELEMENT MODEL

Use finite element analysis for dimensioning structures

Schedule 2019: 5 Nov – 7 Nov

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L 70

SEALING OF FLANGED JOINTS

Integrate the leak-tightness factor as of the design stage by using the appropriate procedures, knowing the properties of the seals and by applying the appropriate design analysis method.

Schedule 2019: 4 Nov – 5 Nov

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M 48

FATIGUE ANALYSIS FROM FINITE ELEMENT CALCULATIONS

Consider the fatigue strength of your components and structures early in the design stage,
from finite element results to post-processing.

Schedule 2019: 7 Nov – 8 Nov

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L 67

TIGHT BOLTED JOINTS USING EN 1591 DESIGN METHOD

Design bolted flange joints according to the tightness level requirement by applying the theoretical and practical (case studies) knowledge of the European calculation standard series EN 1591.

Schedule 2019: 6 Nov – 7 Nov

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Composite Materials

In-depth Knowledge Transfer of Composite Materials from Manufacturing, Remaining Life Assessment to Failure Analysis

Schedule 2019: 29th to 31st October 2019

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Training and Schedule

REFTITLESCHEDULE 2019CLOSING DATE
FA 88-1Additive Manufacturing: Control - Laser Beam Melting15 Sep - 18 Oct16-Sep-19
FA 88-2Additive Manufacturing: Post-Processing – Laser Beam Melting12 Nov - 15 Nov11-Oct-19
FA 88-3Additive Manufacturing: Qualification – Laser Beam Melting17 Dec - 19 Dec18-Nov-19
FA 89Phase II Additive Manufacturing Consultancy Services : Leading to Qualifications and ProductionTo be agreed28-Feb-20
MTS 01Corrosion Engineering Course3 Oct - 4 Oct13-Sep-19
MTS 07Composite Materials29 Oct -31 Oct27-Sep-19
L 70Sealing of flanged joints4 Nov - 5 Nov23-Sep-19
CL 01Crane Design in accordance with EN 13001 series of standards4 Nov - 6 Nov27-Sep-19
EF 01Structure Analysis Initiation with Finite Element Model5 Nov - 7 Nov23 Sep 19
L 67Tight Bolted Joints Using EN 1591 Design Method6 Nov - 7 Nov23 Sep 19
M 48Fatigue Analysis from Finite Element Calculations7 Nov - 8 Nov27-Sep-19
MTS 04Failures of Shafts, Gears and Bearings13 Nov - 15 Nov18-Oct-19
FA 11Additive Manufacturing: How to integrate it into your production?19 Nov - 20 Nov11-Oct-19
MTS 02Failure and Damage Mechanisms of Pressurized Equipment in General Industries (with Reference to API 571) Part I (2-day)27 Nov - 28 Nov01-Nov-19
MTS 03Failure and Damage Mechanisms of Pressurized Equipment in Refining/Petrochemical Industries (with Reference to API 571) Part II (1-day)29-Nov-1901-Nov-19
M 12Tribology: Friction, Wear and Lubrication of Mechanical Organs11 Dec - 12 Dec25-Oct-19
F 06Cleaning and Cleanliness of Parts - Be Competitive11 Dec - 12 Dec25-Oct-19
M 04References and specifications of metallic materialsTBATBA
S 18Machining on 5-axis machining centre and multifunction machinesTBATBA
RDM 01Material Resistance and Sizing Level 1 – Basic applicationsTBATBA
REFTITLESCHEDULE 2020CLOSING DATE
FA 88-1Additive Manufacturing: Control - Laser Beam Melting14 Jan - 17 JanTBA
FA 88-2Additive Manufacturing: Post-Processing – Laser Beam Melting18 Feb - 21 FebTBA
FA 88-3Additive Manufacturing: Qualification – Laser Beam Melting17 Mar - 19 MarTBA
EF 01Structure Analysis Initiation with Finite Element Model18 Feb - 20 FebTBA
FA 89Phase II Additive Manufacturing Consultancy Services : Leading to Qualifications and ProductionTo be agreed18-Feb-20
L 70Sealing of flanged jointsMarchTBA
K 72Essential rules for the design of bolted assemblies19 May - 21 MayTBA
M 12Tribology: Friction, Wear and Lubrication of Mechanical Organs24 Jun - 25 JunTBA
F 06Cleaning and Cleanliness of Parts - Be CompetitiveJulyTBA
M 04References and specifications of metallic materialsTBATBA
S 18Machining on 5-axis machining centre and multifunction machinesTBATBA
RDM 01Material Resistance and Sizing Level 1 – Basic applicationsTBATBA
MTS 06Gears: Definition, , Manufacturing, Control and ImplementationTBATBA
RDM 02Material resistance (RDM) and sizing. Level 2-developmentTBATBA
ROB 01Robotizing Effectively - The Keys to a Structured ApproachTBATBA