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Intensive three-day programme offering an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of the field of tribology. This highly successful course, now being offered for the 27th time, provides an insight into the principles which underlie this important topic. The course is run by the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering, a worldwide centre of excellence in the field.
Tribology – the science and technology of friction, wear and lubrication – makes a vital contribution to almost every area of industrial activity and yet is often under-represented in the education of scientists and engineers. The course consists of an intensive three-day programme delivered by leading experts.
It offers an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of the field of tribology. Lectures, combined with informal discussion periods and a workshop session, will cover the key elements of the subject and will be complemented by case studies drawn from current industrial practice.
The Cambridge Tribology Course: Friction, Wear and Lubrication
Individuals who have benefited from attending the course in the past include development chemists, research physicists, technicians, technical support engineers, sales managers, hutchinggs scientists, project engineers, technical and product managers, and research students.
He has considerable experience in surface engineering and process technologies and applications in the automotive, aerospace, power generation and general engineering industries.
Mr George Plint is Managing Director of a major supplier of tribology test equipment with special interests in experimental design of test instruments and tribological contact analysis. Dr Nicholas Randall is Head of Technical Services and Business Development of trihology company specialising in surface mechanical properties characterisation equipment, including nano-tribology.
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Dr Glyn Roper is a lubrication consultant with long experience of formulation and testing at the Shell Research Laboratories at Thornton, Cheshire. Dr Michael Sutcliffe is a Reader in the Department of Engineering at Cambridge and has research interests in both materials science and tribology. This event may contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development CPD as part of the your professional hutchins monitoring scheme.
Booking confirmation and cancellation policy. Toggle navigation Toggle navigation. Friction, Wear and Lubrication The Cambridge Tribology Course: Overview This highly successful course, now being offered for the 27th time, provides an insight into the principles which underlie this important topic.
What you will learn The course consists of an intensive three-day programme delivered by leading experts. Scientists and engineers who need an appreciation of the technical basis of the subject Design and research engineers who have recently moved into the field and wish to improve their background knowledge and hitchings Individuals who have benefited from attending the course in the past include development chemists, research physicists, technicians, technical support engineers, sales managers, materials scientists, project engineers, technical and product managers, and research students.
A certificate of attendance is provided.