The pandemic affected professional lives in many ways, forcing us to confront unprecedented challenges and modify our activities. As the effects of the pandemic abate, we are beginning to realize that understanding resilience is at the heart of moving forward.
Stress corrosion cracking is a progressive cracking mechanism that can often lead to catastrophic failure. There have been several notable failures due to this phenomenon, such as the collapse of the Silver Bridge in December of 1967. Learn about this failure in the first webinar of our "Famous Failures" series, as well as the metallurgy behind it, with other examples.
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As part of our ongoing innovation initiative, NSL Analytical Services is proud to announce the expansion of our battery materials testing capabilities. Our comprehensive range of ISO 17025 accredited chemical and physical analysis services test materials in nearly all types of battery systems, from lead acid to lithium-ion.
Watch this Tech Talk Webinar to discover how an accredited commercial laboratory like NSL produces accurate repeatable results in a timely manner. You'll learn how to select a lab, the differences in accreditations, and understand what it all means.
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ASM International Cleveland Chapter invites you to attend our Tuesday, January19th meeting via Ring Central. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Chapter Chair Dave Kovarik will do opening remarks, introduce our speaker and topic, with the presentation to follow.
The event is free. Please register and the link will be emailed to you in the registration confirmation email.
January Online Technical Meeting
Special Topic: A Forensic Investigation of Origin for the Image & Shroud of Turin Using Material Analytical Techniques
Guest Speaker: David Onysko
With nearly 1,000 materials restricted by California’s Proposition 65, compliance may appear to be a daunting and expensive task. In this Tech Talk webinar, NSL's Dave van der Wiel and Sarah Baskerville discuss common misconceptions of Prop 65 compliance, review the regulated products and materials, and provide practical advice for helping businesses navigate toward a compliance solution.
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Dr. Dave van der Wiel, NSL's Director of Technology Development, wrote an article about "How Metal Powder Surface Area Influences Additive Manufacturing" that was published in Powder Metallurgy Review Magazine. Learn more about the article and about the highly-respected publication below. Then, contact us to speak with the author or another member of our team.
Dr. Dave van der Wiel, NSL's Director of Technology Development, spoke at the 2020 ASTM International Conference on Additive Manufacturing. His presentation covered powder flow and avalanche rheometry.
Optical microscopy has been a staple of metallurgical analysis to determine cleanliness, grain structure, surface conditions, porosity, and more. In this Tech Talk webinar, NSL metallurgists Dave Kovarik and Rebecca Stawovy explain the history of metallurgical microscopes and how they work. You will also learn the features of modern-day microscopes and how they are used today.
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NSL Analytical Services, Inc. has registered with DDTC regarding the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). NSL is now accepting projects subject to ITAR/EAR registration.