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Becoming a registered professional metallurgical engineer

procedures, exam strategy and sample problems and solutions

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      • The problems and materials in this publication are designed to acquaint the reader with typical NCEES examinations.--T.p.Includes bibliographical references (p. 76).

        StatementMineral, Metals & Materials Society
        PublishersMineral, Metals & Materials Society
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        LC Classifications1994
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Metallurgical engineers may be employed in the following industries: Mining and Quarrying, Electricity, Gas and Water Supply, and Construction.

On being a professional

Some metallurgical engineers concern themselves solely with processing the metals to determine such properties as strength, hardness or stiffness.

This method has resulted in the development of new alloys and composite materials. Enjoy technical and engineering work;• Occasionally, evening or weekend work may be necessary to complete special projects or work on experiments.

Special recognition—awards, scholarships, grants, and fellowships—are often given to those who demonstrate outstanding achievement in the field.

Metallurgical Engineer

Above - average physical stamina is required for field work;• Metallurgical engineers are also focusing on issues concerning environmental protection because extraction processes create pollutionrecycling methods, and more efficient, automated processes of metal recovery, production, and reuse.

Metallographers conduct the laboratory investigations on metal samples and prepare reports for physical metallurgists to evaluate. They monitor operations and suggest new methods and modifications needed to improve efficiency.

— A woman who loves the challenge of taking engineering ideas from concept through to manufacture, Yewande has been recognised for her commitment to sustainability and innovation, especially around water supply technology. These persons or institutions are not authorized to practice engineering. Physical metallurgists may conduct X-ray and microscopic experiments on the metals to determine their physical structure and other characteristics, such as the amount of alloys and base metals present.

To do this, the extractive metallurgist processes small batches of ores in a laboratory and analyzes the efficiency of each operation and the feasibility of adapting the operations to commercial use. Advises operators on production methods and quality control systems;•