Short course: Atomising Metals for Powder Production

January 12, 2010

The fifth course on “Atomising Metals for Powder Production” will be run on 25-26 March 2010 in Manchester, UK. Organised by Atomising Systems Ltd and Perdac, the course provides an overview suitable for those in both the industrial and research environments, and it also acts as a concise introduction to those new to the field.

The course presenters are John J Dunkley (Atomising Systems Ltd, Sheffield), Ghasem G Nasr (School of Computing, Science & Engineering, University of Salford) and Andrew J Yule (Perdac, Emeritus Professor of Mechanical Engineering, UMIST).

Since the course first began it has been attended by specialists from 15 countries. The course fee is £890 plus VAT at the relevant rate. A detailed course leaflet can be downloaded from www.perdac.com/5.html

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