Failure Analysis Course

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Brief Description:

This course is developed for Distributor Certified Technicians who investigate engine failures in the field. After attending this course the technician will have a better understanding of problem solving techniques, as well as understand the methodology associated with determining the root cause of failures so they can be prevented in the future. A practical "hands on" approach to how failures are analyzed. Students adopt a new vocabulary established by the American Society of Metals and will be able to communicate consistently with the Waukesha factory. Third, it will provide a new level of in-


Target Group:

Distributor Technicians who investigate engine failures in the field. The content covered in this course is practical in nature and involves both hands on activities and classroom tuition.



GET - Gas Engine Technology, ESM - Engine System Manager and One Product Course - Passing grades are required before Failure Analysis can be taken.


General Course Information:

Every participant will receive the relevant training material at the beginning of the course.

Beverages and lunch will be provided on each full day of class.


Note: lunch is the student's responsibility for class days that end at noon.

Students staying at the Grand Riverside Hotel will receive a complimentary Breakfast Buffet.

Evening dining is the student's responsibility.


Dress Code: Casual. Jeans, tennis shoes, and t-shirts are acceptable. Because you will be visiting an industrial manufacturing and service shop, sandals, open toed shoes, shorts, and ripped jeans are not permitted.

Free transportation from Phitsanulok Airport to the Hotel is provided when flight details have been communicated to us in advance.


Failure Analysis Course - Detailed Overview
Problem Solving
Definition of Terms
How Components fail
Failure Analysis of Fasteners
Failure Analysis of Bearings
Failure Analysis of Crankshafts
Failure Analysis of Cylinder Heads
Failure Analysis of Gear Trains
Failure Analysis of Pistons & Liners
Technician on Location
Case Studies