1 edition of Opportunities for metallurgists and material scientists found in the catalog.
Opportunities for metallurgists and material scientists
by Central Services Unit for University and Polytechnic Careers and Appointments Services in Manchester
Written in English
|Statement||Michael Gavin, Alan Catherall, Richard Pethen.|
|Series||Graduate careers information booklet|
|Contributions||Catherall, Alan., Pethen, Richard., Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services., Central Services Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Metallurgists are materials scientists who specialize in metals such as steel, aluminum, iron, and copper.
They often work with alloys - metals that are mixed with each other or other elements - to create materials with specific desirable properties. They're also referred to as metallurgical engineers or material science engineers.
They might also be called materials engineers and will often find themselves working in a team made up of engineers, chemists and other materials scientists.
Metallurgists usually specialise in one of three areas: Chemical metallurgists focus on the extraction of metals. They conduct tests on ores and figure out the best method of extraction.
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• Permission has been obtained for use of copyrighted material from other sources (including the Internet) and promotes equal opportunities. Content should make no assumptions about the beliefs or. To become a metallurgist, it is usually necessary to attend a training program which offers opportunities to people who are interested in careers in metallurgy, ranging from a technical school which teaches people forging techniques to a college or university engineering metallurgists may also acquire their skills on the job, working under supervision initially and .