Rolled Steels: Plates, Sheets, and Strips
Online Course with e-Instructor Support
This course is instructionally designed for all individuals who work with steels, work with ASTM steel standards, or those who simply want to learn more about rolled steels: plates, sheets, and strip.
Learning Outcomes [+]
Participants who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- identify and apply ASTM standard steel terminology for rolled steels;
- recall the purpose of rolling steel;
- describe how to determine the steel rolling reduction ratio;
- apply the concept of anisotropy to steel rolling direction and orientation of testing specimens; and
- recall specialty rolling processes.
Who Should Attend
This e-learning course is designed for inspectors, QA/QC personnel, engineers, tradespeople, and others working for plant owners, pressure equipment manufactures and repair organizations, engineering procurement and construction companies in oil and gas industries (oilfield, upgraders, refineries, etc.), automotive plants, chemical plants, petroleum refining, petrochemical plants, power plants, pulp and paper plants, fertilizer plants, and others.
Course Outline [+]
The following topics are covered in this course:
Introduction to Rolled Steels: Plates, Sheets, and Strip
- terminology for plate, sheet, and strip
- rolling steel to make plates, sheets, and strips
- purpose of hot-rolling steel
- rolling mills
Rolling Thickness Reduction
- rolling thickness reduction in a reversing stand
- hot rolling reduction ratio
Rolling Directions, Mechanical Properties, and Mechanical Testing
- rolling directions
- rolling direction and anisotropic behavior
- rolling direction and orientation of test specimens
Specialty Rolling Processes
- control rolling
- thermal-mechanical control process (TMCP) rolling
- coiled steel products
CASTI e-Instructor provides support for any questions about the online course content.
Practice problems throughout the course content are graded to allow self-assessment of student learning. Grades are reported at the completion of each lesson within the online content.
Certificate and Professional Development Hours
Participants will receive a digital CASTI Certificate of Completion with 10 Professional Development Hours (PDH) for completing all online lessons successfully.
Minimum System Requirements for Online Training with e-Instructor Support
- Broadband Internet connection
- Windows Vista (or higher)
- Mac and Android computers and tablets are not supported
- Google Chrome. (Microsoft Edge NOT supported.)
- Latest version of Adobe Reader
Note: Use of Adobe software may have additional system requirements (Please refer to the Adobe specifications provided with your Adobe software or visit the Adobe website at www.adobe.com for more information.)
Note: Please consult with your company IT department if you are unsure that your company computer meets the above requirements